POSTED ON JUNE 2, 2010:
Breakfast, Lunch, Diner & Late Night
1820 Utica Square, 742-0712
Choose traditional breakfast fare like the two-egg breakfast served with either biscuits and gravy, patty sausage, apple smoked bacon or chicken fried steak. If you're in a less traditional mood, try the Atlantic Salmon Frittata, a baked, open-faced omelet with salmon, spinach, potatoes, Roma tomatoes, scallions and Italian cheeses.
HOURS: MON-SAT 7AM-10PM
Hebert's Specialty Meats
2101 E. 71st St., 298-8400
Add a taste of the Bayou to your day at this meat shop and lunch spot. Meats to cook at home include turkey or chicken to Cajun sausage or even rascally rabbit. Or let Herbert's do the work, and enjoy catfish filled with shrimp and crab stuffing or turducken (turkey, duck and chicken combined) served with dirty rice.
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 Tulsa Shock game, concert or any other event happening downtown. Also open for breakfast and lunch.
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.
SUN-THURS 11AM-12AM; FRI-SAT 11-2AM
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