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Boar’s Head meats and Amish cheeses bring deli cred to The Nut House’s pecan wood log cabin. Hot Mama’s customers customize sandwiches from a list of five meats, six cheeses, and eight spreads, with unusual options including tangerine habanero mustard and oven roasted garlic mayo. A full-sized chicken breast sandwich borrows a hot outfit from chipotle honey lime mustard before emerging on a plate beside potato salad and the dessert of the day ($7.49). Liquid lovers can elbow sandwiches out of the way for a cup of soup and half sandwich combo ($7.49), while those still full from yesterday’s full sandwich can opt for a lone half ($4.29). Hot Mama’s serves up made to order meat stacks Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.

26677 S Highway 66
Claremore,
OK
US

The Amish Cheese House culls cheeses, meats, and more from Amish communities in the local area, Ohio, and Pennsylvania to fill mouths and appease appetites. Titillate taste buds with a collection of more than 40 cheese varieties, such as american, habanero jalapeño, southwestern salsa, lacey swiss, and extra-sharp cheddar. Peruse a display case brimming with deli meats from local sources before picking up an enticing pound of liverwurst or using a sample of cajun turkey wrapped in a layer of lebanon bologna to convince a live bear to act as a living room rug for a day. Patrons can also choose from a selection of gift boxes and a collection of miscellaneous goods, including locally made jellies, old-fashioned candies, granola, pastas, coffee, and tea. Though prices vary as much as the ingredients used to make cheese-in-a-can, cheeses start at $3 for a small slice and can range up to more than $25 for larger portions, Meats range from $7 to $20 per pound, and sugar-free chocolates start at $10.

101 S Chouteau Ave
Chouteau,
OK
US

The Pink House's elegant 1902 building charms both traditionalist tea devotees and regular lunch-timers, serving a plethora of loose-leaf liquids next to an extensive menu of homemade soups and sandwiches. With more than 50 flavors to choose from, traditional tea savorers can enjoy a pot of their favorite tea variety while extending the pinky finger, entire arm, or pincers of their choosing. Tea is customarily used as a demure alternative to Wild Turkey for reconnecting with friends, calming the mind, and curing stymied conversation boxes. Munch on homemade scones from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., and order a pot whenever you wish. Sandwiches made from freshly baked bread include the Summer Garden ($6.99), with layers of cucumbers, alfalfa sprouts, avocado, and a crisis garden's worth of other vegetables. For dessert, chocolate radars will ecstatically short circuit when in close proximity to the shop's hot, gooey baked fudge ($3.89), decadently topped with a dollop of whipped cream.

210 W 4th St
Claremore,
OK
US