Photo courtesy Bricktown Brewery

The Heart of Bricktown

Upscale pub grub is redefined at Bricktown Brewery. Taps are filled with locally brewed beer, ingredients are sourced nearby and these guys know their burgers, pizza and bacon. With locations opening up across the Midwest, the brewery is a rapidly growing American fare phenomenon. Multiple locations in the Tulsa and OKC metros;

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Greece in Tulsa

All the best restaurants start with a great story, and Savoy Restaurant’s began when Greek immigrant Nick Kelamis opened the joint in Tulsa in 1925. Fast forward several generations and one thing stays the same at this breakfast and lunch haven: a commitment to treasured family recipes like pastitsio (Greek lasagna), cinnamon roll bread pudding and stuffed bell peppers. 6033 S. Sheridan Road, Tulsa;

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Do-Nut Miss Brown’s

Early birds will be pleased to know that Brown’s Bakery in Midtown Oklahoma City opens bright and early – 5:30 a.m. – to serve up delectable items. Along with enough doughnut flavors to make your head spin, delve deeper into the sugar coma with cinnamon rolls, doughnut holes, cake and cookies. Savory items like sausage rolls are also available, should your sweet tooth need a break. 1100 N. Walker Ave., OKC;

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