POSTED ON NOVEMBER 16, 2011:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Late Night
Brookside by Day
3313 S. Peoria Ave., 918-745-9989
With a wide choice of omelets (and a build-your-own option), BBD's Florentine omelet is one of the most raved about favorites. The homemade biscuits and gravy, French toast and home fries offer visitors a taste of the country in a laid back, urban setting. If the weather permits, take advantage of the outside seating.
MON-SAT 7AM-2PM; SUN 8AM-2PM
5966 S. Yale Ave., 918-488-8800
If you're in the mood for Tex-Mex, you just can't go wrong with Andales' marinated chicken or steak fajitas. The marinade is composed of 14 different ingredients and spices to create a unique, juicy flavor. For the health conscious folks, try the skinny dinner: grilled chicken breast, grilled squash and zucchini and rice.
3308 S. Peoria, 918-293-9333
Start out with gorgonzola, walnut pizza, fried ravioli or calamari to settle your stomach until the main course. Ciao offers classic Italian favorites, a variety of authentic regional pastas, fresh seafood, perfectly grilled steaks, handmade desserts, and bread baked fresh every day. Live Jazz music is a regular occurrence.
MON-THUR 5-10PM, FRI-SAT 5PM-12AM, SUN 5-11PM
112 S. Elgin Ave., 918-794-6563
Brick oven pizza, live entertainment and an awesome atmosphere! If you don't want Joe Momma to build your pizza, then you can build it yourself, but maybe you could try a taste of the Aloha chicken pizza or the Natalie Portman vegetarian pizza. Sandwiches, calzones and "Rabbit Food," are up for grabs, too.
MON-THURS 11-12AM, FRI-SAT 11-3AM, SUN 11AM-10PM
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