POSTED ON AUGUST 5, 2009:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
3948B S. Peoria, 749-3447
Hey, early birds! If you're feeling hungry, try the new Jimmy's Egg in town. Breakfast is served all day and includes favorites like three-egg omelets, waffles, pigs in a blanket and much more. If you're feeling creative make your own omelet with your choice of cheeses, veggies and meats.
Hours: SUN-SAT 6:30AM-2PM
8102-B S. Lewis 392-3354 & 8955 S. Memorial, Suite B, 392-0770; 720 N Aspen, Broken Arrow 258-3354.
Need some carbs for your lunch hour? McAlister's giant baked potatoes come in varieties like the chicken fajita spud or the veggie spud, stuffed with red onions, bell peppers, olives, mozzarella and more. If you want something a little different, try the salmon filet sandwich, prepared with olive oil and balsamic vinaigrette.
Hours: 10:30AM-10PM SUN-THURS; 10:30AM-10:30PM FRI-SAT
18 E. Brady, 588-2469
Caz's recently made franchises available so very soon you could have your favorite home style meal somewhere other than Tulsa. Caz's does comfort food right, like the juicy chicken tenders served with your choice of dipping sauce. If you're not looking for an entrée, try the Great Balls of Fire, calf fries served with spicy buffalo wing sauce.
Hours: MON 11AM-2PM; TUES-THURS 11AM-9PM; FRI 11AM-10PM; SAT 5PM-10PM.
3132 S. Garnett Rd., 622-9464
Ah, wings. Spicy, delicious and not actually made of buffalo--but it is fun to pretend. Wing Stop has a wide array of spicy and creative flavors but if you're looking for a real wing experience, you must sample the atomic wing. Sure you may tear up a bit, the sacrifice is worth it. Other favorites include the lemon pepper, Cajun, BBQ, teriyaki and original.
Hours: MON-SUN 11AM-12AM
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