POSTED ON OCTOBER 10, 2012:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Late Night
8104 E. 68th St., 918-610-3447; 8178 S. Lewis Ave., 918-296-9960
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.
Baxter's Interurban Grill
717 S. Houston Ave., 918-585-3134
A longtime downtown favorite for both the daytime business lunches and the hungry crowd after a BOK Center event. With a diverse menu and a personalized touch, this locally owned establishment aims to please -- and hits the spot. With options such as Tortellini with Creamy Tomato Basil Pesto, Steak Sandwich, Rack of Lamb, and Tequila Bread Pudding, you'll find exactly what you were looking for.
MON-THURS 11AM-10PM; FRI 11AM-11PM; SAT 4:30-11PM
Albert G's BBQ
2748 S. Harvard Ave., 918-747-4799
Albert G's BBQ prepares its BBQ meats the old fashioned way -- slow smoked over hickory logs. Brisket, chicken, ribs, and even turkey are likely meats found on the smoker. Pair your BBQ with a big glass of sweet tea. They've got the homemade side orders covered, too. Baked beans, coleslaw, potato salad and tabouli are prepared fresh daily, as are key lime pies and banana pudding. Catering is also available.
MON-THURS 11AM-8PM, FRI-SAT 11AM-9PM
1849 S. Aspen Ave., B A, 918-251-1973
Build your own stuffed burger or choose a plate of two sliders and fries. Steaks, sandwiches, salads, and shrimp complete the menu. A good casual bar to eat dinner, grab some drinks and listen to live music.
OPEN DAILY 11AM-2AM; DAILY LUNCH 11AM-2PM, DINNER 4-10PM
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