Steak & Eggs serves hearty breakfasts with protein-packed specialties including nine types of omelets and five cuts of steak. Pair a rib eye with grits and an english muffin or try a combo plate such as the western platter with diced ham, onions, peppers, and cheese, all piled over country potatoes and eggs.
Paul's Diner unleashes a wide array of hearty, old-fashioned meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Patrons can partake in an all-day breakfast menu, which boasts egg, sausage, bacon, and ham sandwiches kept as warm as a good guess between giant biscuits or thick toast ($3.50). During lunchtime hours, the kitchen issues forth the Indian taco ($8), a mélange of taco meat, pinto beans, and picante sauce drizzled over an Indian-fry-bread canvas. The diner's culinary wunderkinds press fresh burger patties by hand into four different sizes, before testing their structural integrity with heaving helpings of bacon and cheese ($5.75 for a half-pound) or chili with cheese ($5.75 for a half-pound). Paul's Diner offers a separate smoking room for its patrons, ensuring that nonsmokers can enjoy a plate of meatloaf ($8.50) without the Marlboro Man begging for scraps beneath their tables.
The two-story Victorian that holds Miss Addie’s Cafe and Pub has plied visitors with victuals since its inception as a soda fountain and drugstore in 1915. Carrying on the tradition of hospitality started by the druggist and his wife, the eponymous Addie, today’s owners welcome guests with an extensive menu of hearty pub fare. Plated pasta, beef, and seafood entrees adorn white linen tablecloths inside a sunlit dining room, and dark wood wine racks and a brick fireplace imbue a second space with an English pub atmosphere. Private parties mix and mingle amid the upstairs dining room’s rose-colored walls and bookcases. Patrons can also bring Miss Addie’s homestyle cooking home in the form of a cookbook, bottle of salad dressing, or realistic wax effigy of the head chef.
Named the #1 pizza by Coweta Readers’ Choice in 2010, Goodfella's Pizzeria lifts cheese and sauce from the dreams of Italian chefs and serves them in a simple, laid-back atmosphere. Saddle up taste buds to scrumptious menu items such as the Boss pizza, a customer favorite loaded with pepperoni, beef, two kinds of sausage, Canadian bacon, and a garden of vegetables plopped onto a thick cushion of cheese ($10.49 small, $16.99 large). Or enjoy the Hoffa buried-in-cheese pizza, on which layers of pepperoni rest beneath a thick, gooey entombment ($9.49 small, $15.99 large). Besides pizza, Goodfella's fetes diners with homemade subs, fresh salads, breadsticks, buffalo wings, and packed calzones that serve as a handy snack for those swathed in the tail end of a two-person horse costume.
The vision behind Speedy Gonzalez is simple: fresh Mexican fare served fast and free of pretension. Chefs plate dishes ranging from taco salad with a crispy shell to deep-fried, gooey burritos, plus specialty items including the signature deep-fried boneless chicken paired with honey bread. The dining room's simple taqueria style invites diners to enjoy their meals perched atop red, blue, green, and yellow chairs scooted under a long row of tables.
Hearty recipes perfected at CheeZies Pizza's Tulsa headquarters bake into golden crusts across more than 15 locations in Texas, Kansas, Missouri, and throughout its home state. A simple menu of signature dishes fills plates with hot and barbecued wings, jumbo calzones glistening with garlic butter, and breadsticks dappled with savory cheese or sweet sprinkles of cinnamon. Spangles of meat and vegetables emulate the flavors of savory tacos and tropical treats atop specialty pizzas, and customizable pies arrange patron-chosen ingredients to satisfy every palate and pepperoni feng shui principle.
The owners and chefs at Santa Fe Cattle rely on old family recipes that demand steaks are aged and cut in-house, rolls are baked fresh each day, and signature sauces are mixed onsite. These touches transform the menu’s casual, regional eats into dishes worthy of John Wayne’s personal dressing-room buffet. Steaks, fajitas, and sliders are plated next to housemade sides of cole slaw, Santa Fe taters, and of course, a bucket of peanuts—which guests shuck directly onto the floor. The peanut shells add character to each one of the restaurant’s 20 locations, which evoke old-west saloons with touches such as brick walls draped in horse saddles and weathered wooden floors.