POSTED ON MARCH 16, 2011:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Late Night
FILE PHOTO/KENNETH M. RUGGIANO
115 W. 5th St., 918-895-8403
An upscale, white tablecloth restaurant in the re-furbished Mayo Hotel. Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner in style and elegance. The breakfast menu includes Eggs Benedict, Huevos Rancheros, Homemade Corned Beef Hash and much more. Whether or not you spent time at the Mayo in it's heyday, it will take you back. You almost get a sense of the old oil days and what it must have been like.
SUN-SAT 6:30-10AM, 11:30AM-2:30PM & 5:30-10PM
5629 E. 41st St., 918-622-2668
Southwestern cuisine with a historical and festive ambience. One of the most popular choices is the Chile Relleno, a mild Anaheim pepper, skinned, stuffed with cheese, battered, fried, and smothered with their famous chile con queso. Or try any of their tempting array of chicken quesadillas, beef fajitas and burritolatas.
MON-THURS 11AM-9:30PM; FRI-SAT 11AM-10PM
Ti Amo Ristorante
6024-A S. Sheridan, 918-499-1919
219 S. Cheyenne, 918-592-5151
Since 1989, locally owned Ti Amo Ristorante has been serving elegant Italian cuisine that dazzles the taste buds. Offering selections from all over Italy ranging from pasta practically any way you like it to Vitello Tuscany, you'll have plenty of opportunities to stray from the usual. Perfect for a romantic evening.
SOUTH: MON-THURS 11AM-2PM & 5-9PM; FRI 11AM-2PM & 5-10PM; SAT 5-10PM, SUN 11AM-2PM & 5-8:30PM
DOWNTOWN: MON 11AM-2PM; TUES-FRI 11AM-2PM & 5-10PM; SAT 5-10PM
1325 E. 15th St., 933-5050
This Cherry Street hangout offers a full selection of pub grub throughout the day but switches to pizza and paninis only after 10pm. The eight-inch stone-baked thin crust pizzas come in a handful of flavors. If it's a Panini you seek, try the Cuban, made with pulled pork, Swiss cheese, pickles and mustard on Ciabatta bread. Plus, there are plenty of flat-screen TVs for you sports fanatics.
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