POSTED ON FEBRUARY 22, 2012:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Late Night
3310 E. 32nd, 918-742-4563
This locally owned diner cooks up all the classics for a traditional American breakfast or lunch. Try the avocado cheddar omelet, and if you're not into avocado at the crack of dawn, then try the chicken fried steak and eggs. Pancakes and French toast complete the succulent down-home breakfast. If biscuits and gravy are calling your name, Phill's is the place to be.
5629 E. 41st St., 918-622-2668
This hidden gem has been a Tulsa staple for over 30 years. 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. Try any of their tempting array of chicken quesadillas, beef fajitas and burritolatas. Don't forget about the margaritas!
MON-THURS 11AM-9:30PM; FRI-SAT 11AM-10PM
Go West Restaurant and Saloon
6205 New Sapulpa Rd., 918-446-SLIM(7546)
It's time to giddyup to Go West! Contemporary cowboy cuisine is served with a Western Twist. The brave souls should begin their journey with Calf Fries. Try the mouthwatering Center Cut Rib Eye or the Campfire Steak Medallions. Chicken, quail, salmon, and catfish are also available. If you still have room, order the jalapeno cheesecake with fresh berries.
TUES-FRI 11AM-2PM; TUES-THURS 5-9PM; FRI-SAT 5-10PM
Kilkenny's Irish Pub
1413 E. 15th St., 918-582-8282
Feed the beast at this pub, fully stocked with favorites from the old country. Scotch eggs are always a good choice to get started. For the main course, try the traditional Irish Boxty or the Kilkenny Bake, an excellent blend of cold water lobster, shrimp and crabmeat in a white wine sauce, topped with mashed potatoes and parmesan and browned in the oven.
MON-FRI 11-2AM; SAT-SUN 9-2AM
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