POSTED ON APRIL 22, 2009:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
8178 S. Lewis Ave., 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.
HOURS: MON-SUN, 7AM-2:30PM
More Than Noodles
9365 S. Riverside, 299-5900
It's not just about the noodles. It's what you do with them. More Than Noodles offers noodle dishes from all corners of the globe. Italian lovers can choose from cappelini primavera or the margherita pasta. The Spicy Cajun fettuccine is also a house favorite: fettuccine pasta tossed with a rustic tomato cream sauce, onions and bell peppers.
HOURS: SUN-THURS 11AM-9PM; FRI-SAT 11AM-10PM
Stone Mill BBQ and Steakhouse
2000 W. Reno, Broken Arrow, 258-4227
Get that hunting lodge experience without leaving Tulsa County. Start things off with the Stone Mill sampler: two pork ribs, pork tenderloin, sliced brisket, boneless chicken and six onion rings on the side. When you're ready for the main course, choose from the 12oz. ribeye, the 12oz. KC strip, the 8oz. filet or the 10oz. sirloin.
HOURS: MON-THURS: 11AM-8:30PM; FRI-SAT 11AM-9:30PM; SUN 11AM-2:30PM
3401 S. Peoria Ave., 748-9977?
7725 E. 91st, 392-9977?
Serving food until 1am every night besides Sunday, The Brook's got the answer to your late night hunger call. Start off with the famous Cheddar Fries loaded with a double layer of cheese, real bacon bits, chives and jalapenos. For the main course, you can't go wrong with a burger or blackened chicken sandwich.
HOURS: MON-THURS 10AM-1AM; FRI-SAT 10AM-2AM; SUN 10AM-11PM
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