POSTED ON NOVEMBER 9, 2011:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Late Night
8178 S. Lewis Ave., 918-296-9960; 8104 E. 68th St., 918-610-3447
Omelet fans, get ready to make some tough decisions. First Watch has some doozies like the Acapulco Express, made with chorizo, avocado, chilies, onions and smothered in melted cheese. Want something a little more basic? Try like the Bacado Omelet, made with bacon, avocado and melted Monterrey Jack cheese.
Hebert's Specialty Meats
2101 E. 71st St., 918-298-8400
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.
MON-WED 10AM-8PM THURS-SAT 10AM-9PM
3300 E. 51st St., 918-747-9931
All aboard the Sushi Train! What a fun dining experience for the entire family--even if everyone is not a sushi fan (non-sushi items are available). Customers can sit at the sushi bar, watching sushi circle the bar on a train. Rolls of sushi are placed on color-coded plates that indicate price. Full menu also available.
Fox and Hound Pub
7001 S. Garnett Rd., 918-307-2847
Want to be surrounded by TVs to watch the big game while you eat? This is the place for you. While you cheer on your favorite team, start your dinner with the Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps. Choose from an array of entrée selections from Angus steak burgers and ziti pasta to flat-iron grilled steak or a slab of ribs.
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