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Schlotzsky’s is one of my very favorite places to eat. It’s a sandwich shop that you can take out or eat in the shop with plenty of tables always available. It’s a bit pricier ($6-7 for a sandwich) than most other sandwich shops but definitely worth it.
It's a place where you order at the counter, then wait for your food and pick it up when they call your number. It's very casual and I'm sure you'll love the food!
Hours of operation
Some hours vary depending on location
Favorite Dish: The highlight is the sandwiches. They make it with thick sourdough bread and very thinly sliced meat. Then they sprinkle cheese (the best is a mixture of cheddar and mozzarella) on one piece of bread and run it through an oven conveyor belt. Therefore the sandwich is warm and very tasty. The Original is their signature sandwich and comes with: “Home of The Original® Sandwich. Lean smoked ham, Genoa and cotto salamis, and melted cheddar, mozzarella, and parmesan cheeses layered with black olives, red onion, lettuce, tomato, mustard and our signature dressing on toasted Sourdough bread.” (From the website.)
Their sandwiches are quite large. I’ve never ordered a large, the mediums are quite enough when you’re at your hungriest.
Their original chips are delicious! Their pizzas are as well. The cheese and pizza is definitely worth trying, also cooked on a sourdough. The bbq chicken looks just as good but it’s hard not to get my favorite sandwich, the turkey and cheese.
Written Dec 31, 2012
Address: 8425 N. Rockwell Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73132
Phone: (405) 722-3279
I really enjoyed the food here and drinks were yummy. A very elegant restaurant, with such sumptuous décor. We dined at a booth that faced the lake. It was so beautiful at night. Very enjoyable experience.
Favorite Dish: We had the Steve’s Special of Broiled tilapia, topped with shrimp and Scallops in a mildly spicy Cajun cream sauce With fresh vegetables and rice for $14.95. It was really good.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 9201 East Lake Hefner Parkway
Phone: (405) 748-6113
The Varsity Sports Grill
The Varsity Sports Grill is Oklahoma's most
popular sports bar and grill - with three OKC metro locations.
The Varsity is the place for sports viewing.
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Favorite Dish: PEEL & EAT SHRIMP
1/4lb. 4.95 1/2lb. 8.95
Served over ice with cocktail sauce and lemon.
LAYERED DIP 7.50
All Mexican! Refried beans, guacamole, sour cream, tomatoes, chives, Cheddar and Monterey Jack cheeses and your choice of spicy beef or chicken. Served with a large basket of tortilla chips and salsa.
This is so good!
TELLY'S GREEK SALAD 4.25
Mixed greens tossed in vinaigrette with black olives, tomato and crumbled Feta cheese. Topped with red onion, cucumber, egg and a green bell pepper ring.
Everything is good!
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 1120 N.W.63rd OKC, OK
Phone: 405 842-0898
This is the last of Beverly's Restaurants in OKC. The first restaurant was opened in 1921 and when I was in college there in the 50's there were at least 4 others and their specialty was "Chicken in the Rough" (see the golfing rooster on top of the sign). They always focused on fried chicken, huge delicious hamburgers (Bevburgers) and pancakes.
Favorite Dish: I usually visit OKC 2 or 3 times a year (I was born and raised in Oklahoma and went to Oklahoma City University), and on most trips I join my favorite cousin for breakfast at this place. I love their pancake sandwiches: two pancakes surrounding eggs scrambled with sausage (you can opt for bacon). I am sure part of my enjoyment is nostalgia, but the pancake sandwiches are wonderful.
Updated Dec 20, 2009
Address: Northwest Expressway and Independence Ave
This is a fairly new place in Oklahoma City but our friend’s daughter, who lives nearby, already knows the waiters by name which means she has already adopted Victor’s a favorite. The place is pretty pedestrian looking from the outside but the interior has some very nice and colorful décor. The chips and salsa they served as soon as we sat down were several cuts above average. The most important thing though, is that they make a really good tamale which, in my experience is hard to find. Not only that but they have some Mexican beers on tap. Imagine my delight when my Tecate was served in a mug which was not only frosted, but salted as well. I will go back when I am back in OKC
Written Oct 17, 2009
Address: 10904 N May Ave Ste F
Othello’s offers a rare combination of really good food and enough charm and offbeat decor to be really appealing to me. The building itself is in the center of the old town of Edmond, now a large and bustling suburb of Oklahoma City. In former lives it was a movie theater and a hospital. We had a table upstairs with a view over the main room which adds a little bit of an elegant touch. The decor is hard to describe but very appealing and to me it was crowned by photos of Marilyn Monroe which I encountered covering the walls of the men’s room.
Favorite Dish: I had the stuffed manicotti with proscuitto and a nice cream sauce which was very nice and we finished by sharing a very good tiramisu. We went with my nephew and his family who live nearby and are regulars at Othello’s. We will go back again.
Written Sep 22, 2009
Address: 1 South Broadway, Edmond, Oklahoma
Phone: 405 330-9045
Some places really have great locations and Bricktown Brewing is one of them. Situated right in the renovated Bricktown area of downtown Oklahoma City, it is at the forefront of the city's push towards tourism. It's also near their minor league ballpark, making it popular with locals. It's in a big old brick (how appropriate) building and the interior has high ceilings and a great old pub feeling though obviously quite modern. Aside from the usual seating, there is a big square bar that is maned by a great social bartender (at least we were lucky to have one) which makes for a camaraderie all around it.
Favorite Dish: This was not a planned stop but $1.75 pints have to be taken seriously. Those are prices from another time and space back east. So, we figured we'd stop in and give it a try. First up was the Copperhead, a nice light malty brew with just enough hops to keep it clean in the finish and an appropriate copper hue and thin head. The Red Brick was not as interesting as the Copperhead, a mostly malty brew with a fairly clean finish. The Bison Weizen lacked the typical banana clove overtones you'd expect in a Bavarian Weiss beer and light in body but certainly quaffable on a hot day. The last of the bunch was the Black Gold Stout, dark ruddy brown brew with a thin tan head and roasty malt flavor. It was a bit thin for a stout, more a porter. We decided to have something small to eat and got a couple of loaded backed potatoes, quite good size with bacon, butter and cheddar cheese and a side of sour cream and chives. Yummy. I think they were about three or four dollars apiece. The bill with a generous tip (she was good and giving out ample samples of the beer before buying a pint) was $25 for quite a few beers and the potatoes.
Written May 7, 2009
This little place is unimposing but a very good stop for breakfast or lunch. We had lunch here and found the food and service excellent. Their sandwiches and salads are fresh and flavorful and they bake a wide variety of cakes and muffins for dessert. I want to go back and try their very interesting looking breakfast menu and some other lunch items like Brasilian Pie and Brasilian Muffaleta. They are only open for breakfast and lunch (7:00-15:00) Mon-Sat.
Updated Aug 21, 2008
Address: 440 NW 11th St # 100
Phone: 405 525-9779
This restaurant serves Greek/Middle Eastern cuisine in a casual setting. The service is fast and the food is delicious every time. You can also call in an order for pickup.
Favorite Dish: The vegetarian plate lets you sample a little bit of everything: falafel, hummus, dolmades (grape leaves stuffed with rice), spanakopita (spinach pie), tyropita (cheese pie), and your choice of Greek salad, Persian salad, or tabouli. Served with pita bread. Get a baba ganoush (roasted eggplant dip) and a piece of baklava for dessert and you're all set.
Updated May 28, 2007
Address: 4621 N May Ave
Phone: (405) 947-7788
This is owned by the same group that manages Deep Fork and a few other "local" restaurants. Cafe Nova is very attractive inside, on the cool part of the Western corridor. The food is great, most of the time, I have had a few not so great moments. However, when I commented (not complained) that my chicken picatta was perhaps too salty (though I'd eaten every bite) - the chef sent out a lovely desert tray for the table. Stuff like that goes a long way with me. Have had many lovely lunches here. The water is good, they slice up oranges, lemons, and strawberries in it. Very tasty and refreshing on a hot day. There is a covered outdoor area for dining. There is a large wine list and the menu features a nice mix of items. Sunday Brunch is also quite good. At night this place hums with youthful ambitious heat (young professionals) - the very beautiful and the too hip for words can be found here - as well as the over-aged who enjoy good food and wine. The menu is such that one could eat for under $15.00 or for over $40.00 - how hungry are you? The menu and more information is available at their web site listed below. In from out of town, try this place - OKC does have a level of sophistication.
Favorite Dish: The Beef Fillet is my husband's favorite. Very good.
For a hearty lunch I really love the Chipolte Cheese Burger with fries. The fries are really special here - long and skinny - delicious.
Updated May 21, 2007
Address: 4308 N. Western Avenue
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