POSTED ON DECEMBER 9, 2009:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Late Night
Pare calls itself “your neighborhood gourmet take-out market,” and it’s a good place to pick up a quick lunch that’s still “real food.” Pare’s rotating selection of seasonal options includes salads such as the Chicken and Basil Pesto Pasta Salad as well as cool and refreshing Gazpacho soup
The Crusty Croissant, 3629 S. Peoria Ave., 743-2253
If you can't make it to Paris every morning, Tulsa's Crusty Croissant serves a variety of French breakfast fare. Start your day with a hearty Quiche Lorraine or Spinach Quiche. The restaurant offers a variety of crepes, including the Chocolate Banana Crepe and the Strawberry Romanoff Crepe, which is topped with a brandy cream sauce.
1141 S. Quaker, 582-7273
Pare calls itself "your neighborhood gourmet take-out market," and it's a good place to pick up a quick lunch that's still "real food." Pare's rotating selection of seasonal options includes salads such as the Chicken and Basil Pesto Pasta Salad as well as cool and refreshing Gazpacho soup.
HOURS: MON-FRI 11AM-6PM
100 E. 2nd St., 295-7748
Classic American cuisine is what's on the menu at this downtown bistro. Fill up on Broiled Shrimp Pomodoro, or try one of their juicy steaks. Daily Grill is a good location for a romantic yet relaxing dinner before catching a hockey game, concert or any other event happening downtown. Also open for breakfast and lunch.
HOURS: SUN 7AM-9PM; MON-SAT 7AM-10PM
In the Raw
3321 S. Peoria, 744-1300
6151 S. Sheridan, 524-0063
Sushi may not be for everyone, and In the Raw knows this. Non-sushi eaters can enjoy the blackened salmon, the macadamia nut halibut or the pepper filet. Sushi fans will delight in a broad selection of creative, tasty rolls like the rainbow roll- a California roll topped with five different kinds of fish.
HOURS: MON-FRI 11AM-2PM; MON- THURS 5PM to 11PM; FRI-SAT 5PM-12AM
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