8104 E. 68th St., 918-610-3447; 8178 S. Lewis Ave.,918-296-9960
Omelet fans, get ready to make some tough decisions. First Watch has some doozies like the Acapulco Express, made with chorizo, avocado, chilies, onions and smothered in melted cheese. Want something a little more basic? Try like the Bacado Omelet, made with bacon, avocado and melted Monterrey Jack cheese.
2508 E. 15th St, 918-747-1086; 9701 E. 61st St, 918-254-1086
No one leaves hungry at this homestyle restaurant. Bros. Houligan offers basic burger choices you›d expect as well as some less traditional fare like the Green Bean Burger or the Bayou Burger. But burgers aren't the only star of the menu, of course, their Chicken Fried Steak is a Tulsa favorite.
MON-FRI 11AM-10PM; SAT 4PM-10PM
8144 S Lewis Ave, 918-518-5554
With traditional dishes like Cochinita Pibil and Shrimp Veracruz, Chef Alfredo at Tres Amigos will take your tastebuds on a trip through Mexico with new exciting flavors. Don't forget to ask about their awesome variety of tacos and pair it with a Skinny Margarita.
SUN-THURS 11AM-10:30PM, FRI-SAT 11AM-11PM
409 E. 1st St.; 918-382-PINT
Plenty of beer and good food abound at McNellie's. A rich atmosphere that is appropriate for the whole family greets you as you walk in the door. Try the local favorites -- McNellie's Charburger with Mom's Sweet Potato Fries.
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