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The Dog House

A hot dog slathered in mustard, onions, peppers, bacon and barbecue sauce; another topped with cream cheese, spicy mustard and onions. It’s food porn for hot dog connoisseurs, and that’s exactly what The Dog House is aiming to be. The small shack in downtown Tulsa houses some of the most creative dog creations around. The Dog House is stacking half-pound hot dogs with a variety of ingredients, some traditional (mustard, ketchup, sauerkraut, onions) and some not so much (slaw, cream cheese, mushroom, falafel). Open for lunch and dinner, The Dog House operates until 4 a.m. Friday and aturdays, catering to the late night crowd looking for a little hot dog nightcap. 1101 S. Detroit, and mobile carts throughout downtown Tulsa. www.doghousetulsa.com

Taj Cuisine of India

Popular among vegetarians and Indian food enthusiasts, Taj serves cuisine that embodies the quintessential tastes of India. Practically an institution in Oklahoma City, Taj has recently re-opened in a new location along the popular 23rd Street corridor. Taj offers an all-you-can-eat buffet at lunch and dinner, or you can select your meal off their expansive menu menu. Crispy vegetable samosas, spinach pakora and Indian chicken wings offer to begin the meal at Taj, while traditional tandoor, curry, noodle and rice dishes are all included. The Tandoori Chicken, marinated in yogurt and spices and grilled in a tandoor oven, is succulent and not overly spiced. Served with Taj’s flavorful naan, it epitomizes all that is good about Indian food. 1500 NW 23rd St., Oklahoma City. 405.601.1888

Broken Egg Café

It’s the Holy Grail of breakfast creations: scrambled eggs, spicy chicken and smoked turkey, avocado and jack cheese rolled in flour tortillas and topped with Southwest sauce and sour cream. These Breakfast Eggchiladas are accompanied by a crispy tostada topped with beans, cheese, tomatoes, chiles and a fried egg and hash browns or potatoes. This huge beast of a breakfast is a specialty at Broken Egg Café, a small Broken Arrow breakfast-and-lunch eatery that stays busy from open to close. The expansive menu also includes crepes, omelets, waffles, French toast and other standard breakfast fare, along with other specialties. Lunch offerings include hearty sandwiches, salads, burgers and melts. Come hungry and leave positively stuffed. 3120 W. Kenosha St, Broken Arrow. www.brokeneggcafe.com

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