The Japanese fare at this trendy Nichols Hills spot is worth the visit. The simplistic design in the restaurant and bar is not necessarily comfortable when you have to sit on the floor, but definitely authentic. Select from a great variety of Japanese sushi, sashimi and other classic dishes like Teriyaki Chicken, Beef and Salmon, they all are served with a side of Japanese potato salad. This place is also a great place for take-out.
When most think of South Padre Island, the thought usually portrays a sun-splashed, beach refuge for spring breakers and sunbathers. It's seems somewhat bizarre that this rustic, family-style, Italian restaurant on Padre Boulevard would be here. However most guests who enter are pleasantly surprised. With a menu that has everything Italian from the kitchen sink, there is no lack of options. Some popular items include the bruschetta, pizzas, calzones and plenty of dolci or desserts. Additionally, the wine list is extremely extensive, where Gabriella has more than 500 different wines from around the world in the cantina.
Once a popular florist's shop, the folks at Cheever's recently redesigned the place without tinkering with its vintage charm; enriching it with exceptional modern embellishments and intimate seating arrangements. The cafe specializes in serving Southwestern fare with a touch of international panache. The shop's flower ice storage room is now a charming wine cellar that welcomes guests for tasting sessions. Order the Chimichurri Hangar Steak or Quinoa Avocado Salad to accompany your glass of wine and follow it up with the Pan Seared Atlantic Salmon if you wish to savor their best offerings. Don't miss out on the delightful Roasted Pecan Ice Cream Ball for dessert as it is known to be quite moreish.
This restaurant which features farm-to-fork ingredients is elegant, cozy and propelled by creativity in the kitchen. The menu highlights include the constantly changing Charcuterie plate, meticulously prepared entrees like the Ponderosa Farms Duck Meatballs and the perfectly Pan Roasted Neah Bay Ling Cod, alongside their exquisite desserts. Don't forget about their extensive wine list, it has varietals from across the globe and every glass can be matched with your meal. Overall, this restaurant could rival any other in San Francisco or New York City with its impeccable service, outstanding ambiance and innovative dishes.
Owners Shannon Roper and Bryan Neel are the restauranteurs behind OKC's favorite burger destination. Here they serve delicious versions of the American classic and this establishment has gained immense popularity among locals and tourists alike because of the rave reviews. In addition to traditional burgers, they also have some inventive alternatives like the 'Elvis', a bacon and peanut butter monster or the 'Columbian' seasoned with sea-salt and coffee. Both those options definitely cater to the more adventurous, however S&B's homemade flavor, its use of fresh ingredients and unparalleled service will ensure that you come back for more.
Look past the cactus and southwestern decor populating the interior of this restaurant and you'll discover what draws diners most. Overlooking Lake Hefner, this spot affords you one of the best views in Oklahoma City, and a wonderful view of the sunset. The Southwestern-American cuisine here includes rotisserie chicken and tenderloin, both served with mashed potatoes. The menu is slightly limited, ranging from salad to steak, but all are delicious.
A charming eatery with a touch of elegance, Kitchen no.324 is the ideal place to be to enjoy a steaming cup of coffee or a hearty dinner. The exquisite all-white space embellished with antique mirrors and the open-kitchen counter adds a vibrant feel to the eatery. Offering freshly prepared handmade sandwiches, steaks, salads and beverages, the restaurant is ideal for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Specializing in curated coffee and baked products, the morning pastries in brunch menus along with a wide array of coffees from lattes to americanos are a must try!
A pleasant sight on the premises of the Oklahoma Museum of Art, this charming cafe is the perfect place to savor a light snack on a hot summer's day touring the museum. Not just an ordinary cafe, this also is a competent full-service restaurant that serves a wide range of contemporary American delights that are sprinkled with some French finesse. The Mussels Pomme Frites, Chicken Campanelle Pasta, and Beef Tenderloin with scallops are some of the establishment's signature dishes.
The specialty dishes at this Bricktown Mexican restaurant are unlike anything you will find elsewhere. For instance, the Los Mejores de la Casa is a combination of filet medallions wrapped in bacon, and shrimp stuffed with Monterey jack cheese and a strip of jalapeno pepper, all grilled. But if you are not feeling that courageous, the restaurant has all the regular Mexican dishes too. The motif comes from a hotel in Laredo, Mexico, and you will love the authentic Mexican feel of this restaurant.
You will find French, southwest American, Italian and fusion cuisine on the menu at this intimate restaurant in Bricktown. With inside seating for 82 maximum, this restaurant is very small and romantic. You can sit on the patio cafe style and watch the passers-by. There is a full bar and a large wine list in this unusual restaurant. Try the Salmon au Poivre or the Seafood Diane if you are in the mood for something from the sea. The pasta dishes are very popular as well.
This Cajun restaurant is famous for its crab boil; it's famously dumped straight onto your paper-covered table for you to dive into. There's great blues and jazz music playing in the background of this New Orleans-style restaurant to really get you in the mood. If you are visiting in May, call about the Crawfish Festival, where you can enjoy live music, face painters, strolling entertainers and crawfish galore. Aside from seafood, you can also enjoy chicken and steak prepared the Cajun way. There is a full bar with a specialty drink list.