Photo courtesy Fassler Hall

A German Gem

Fassler Hall boasts a menu full of German delights like bratwurst and chicken schnitzel, but the restaurant is more than a one-hit wonder –  it also provides a popular brunch menu with tasty items like chorizo breakfast tacos, spicy chicken biscuits and Belgian waffles. Splendid happy hour deals, a plethora of German beers and live entertainment round out a popular hot spot in Oklahoma. 304 S. Elgin Ave., Tulsa; 421 NW 10th St., Oklahoma City;

Photo courtesy The R&J Lounge and Supper Club

Dine in Style

For those in need of a killer atmosphere to pair with killer food, visit The R&J Lounge and Supper Club. The menu is expansive, but a few delectable items include shrimp and grits, trout amandine and grilled pimento BLT. Crafted cocktails and brews flow freely and the brunch menu is a can’t-miss.

320 NW 10th St., OKC;

Sushi Euphoria 

Sushi enthusiasts, look no further than the trendy and tasty Yokozuna to fulfill your culinary needs. With an expansive sushi bar plus popular dishes like pad thai, fried rice, pork belly tacos and grilled salmon, your taste buds will sing. And if you’re on the fence, Yoko’s outstanding happy hour deals will surely seal the deal. 13230 Pawnee Drive, OKC; 309 E. Second St., Tulsa; 9146 S. Yale, Tulsa;

Photo courtesy Clanton’s Cafe

Fieri-Approved Cuisine

Clanton’s Cafe is the oldest continually family owned restaurant on all of Route 66 in Oklahoma. Serving hearty Southern American meals has been a Clanton family tradition since 1927. Clanton’s has been featured on the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, and host Guy Fieri claims that Clanton’s chicken fried steak is “the best.” Make sure to check out the calf fries and from-scratch homemade pies, too. 319 E. Illinois Ave., Vinita;

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