POSTED ON JUNE 24, 2009:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
1543 E. 15th, 585-1796; 710 W. 23rd St., 584-7812. 3121 S. Yale, 749-2968.
Started right here in Tulsa, America, Daylight has been serving its brand of doughnuts since 1954. Daylight is known for its doughnuts and other pastries. They have ham and cheese breakfast sandwiches and coffee and juice. If you're a fan of savory treats, try one of Daylight's sausage rolls.
Hours: MON-SAT 5:30AM-11:30AM
3023 S. Harvard Ave., 742-7013?
Thyme's executive chef Bill Harris has decided to make the switch from a full time restaurant to instead focusing on catering and cooking classes. Until June 30, enjoy one of Thyme's unique offerings like the salmon wrap, Portobello crepes or spinach raviolis while you still have a chance.
Hours: TUE-FRI 11AM-2PM; THURS-SAT 5:30-10PM
Kolam Innovative Indian Cuisine
4844 S. Memorial Drive, 270-1445
In the mood for something different? Start with a vegetable samosa or a pakora, then onto one of Kolam's popular entrees like Chicken Tikka Masala. Kolam has a generous vegetarian menu including favorites like Aloo Gobi, a mixture of cauliflower and potatoes cooked in a saffron cream sauce.
Hours: MON-FRI 11AM-2:30PM, 5PM-10PM; SAT-SUN 11:30AM-3PM, 5PM-10PM
Kilkenny's, 1413 E. 15th St., 582-8282
Leprechauns keeping you awake at night? Feed the beast at this pub, fully stocked with favorites from the old country. Scotch Eggs are always a good choice to get started: two hardboiled eggs wrapped in sausage and fried. For the main course try the boxty, a grilled potato cake filled with your choice of meats and veggies.
HOURS: SUN-THURS 11AM-12AM; FRI-SAT 11-2AM
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