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Birria

Birrieria Diaz
What is birria? And, more importantly, what’s so great about it that it has inspired the name of a restaurant? Spicy stews of meat that are served on special occasions, birria originates in the Mexican state of Jalisco, the same area that introduced us to the sombrero and tequila. Stewed beef or sheep is served with a spicy broth and topped with the bright flavors of cilantro and onion at this birrieria, and sizes range from small to large. Birrieria Diaz also offers traditional Mexican dishes, such as tamales, menudo and tortas, but it’s the restaurant’s namesake that is the star. 6700 NW 39th Expressway, Bethany. 405.603.1304

Breakfast Bagel

Old School Bagel Cafe
Old School Bagel is just that; they’re not serving anything fancy or new – just delicious, old-school water-boiled bagels topped simply with cream cheese or stuffed with your choice of meats, cheeses and veggies, sandwich-style. The café’s six locations statewide are teeming with hungry guests each morning, most jonesing for their breakfast bagel fix. The bagel is served with a choice of ham, bacon or sausage; egg and American cheese. Are there more elegant breakfasts? Certainly. Are there any more filling and satisfying? You’d be hard-pressed to find one. Six locations statewide. www.oldschoolbagelcafe.com

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