POSTED ON DECEMBER 7, 2011:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Late Night
18 E. Brady St., 918-588-CHOW
It's Sunday and you're craving brunch downtown, but where do you go? Caz's Chowhouse now offers Brunch Specials as well as the full menu. Try the Chicken and Waffles served with a side of black-eyed peas. For the larger appetite, opt for the Chicken Fried Steak with mashed red potatoes, cream gravy, and a side of green beans.
SUN 10:30AM-3:30PM; MON 11AM-2PM; TUES-THURS 11AM-9PM; FRI 11AM-10PM; SAT 5-10PM
3313 E. 32nd Pl., 918-743-9669
Serving a lunch and dinner buffet with moderate prices and a casual atmosphere, Bangkok Thai puts out a buffet from the heart of Thailand. Curry sauces or stir-fry with Thai vegetables are traditional Thai dishes that highlight the popular Asian buffet line. The dishes are rotated constantly, so the food is always fresh and delicious.
Juniper Restaurant & Martini Lounge
324 E. 3rd St., 918-794-1090
Start your meal off right with one of their many tasty martini concoctions. The Mushroom Fritto is the perfect appetizer. For your main course, try the Duck Two Ways or the Rack of Oklahoma Lamb, and finish your meal with the Cobbler for Two. Sales tax is included in the listed price, so you won't be surprised when your bill comes.
Hibiscus Caribbean Bar & Grill
3316 S. Peoria Ave., 918-749-4700
Chances are if you're out on the town late at night, then you're already pretty close to Brookside and even closer to Jamaica. Try the Lil' Jerk, a half chicken marinated in spicy jerk seasoning and fire-grilled topped with special hibiscus sauce. Try something from the island-inspired rum bar, featuring authentic rum from the Caribbean.
SUN 11AM-4PM; MON-FRI 11AM-3PM, MON-WED 5-10PM; THURS-FRI 5PM-2AM; SAT 11-2AM
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