Restaurants in Moore

Up to 43% American Breakfast or Lunch Food at Syrup

Norman

$14 $8

Inventive breakfast and lunch dishes, including sweet-potato pancakes and crunchy french toast, as well as renowned Stumptown coffee

52% Pakistani / Indian Catering from Kabob-n-Curry

Central Oklahoma City

$105 $50

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Chefs use halal ingredients, Zabiha chicken, beef, and goat meat for their tandoori BBQ, kabobs, homemade naan and basmati rice

50% Off Street Style Tacos or Pub Food at Medio Tiempo

South Meridian

$20 $10

Sports bar filled with televisions airing the latest games offers pub fare and various mixed drinks, including micheladas and margaritas

36% Off Italian Cuisine at Papa Dio's Italian Pantry

Central Oklahoma City

$20 $12.75

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Menu of more than 160 Italian dishes includes chicken florentine, shrimp alfredo pasta, and signature fried pizzas

Shorty Small's – Up to 45% Off American Cuisine

Southwest Oklahoma City

$20 $11

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Saloon-inspired diner slings barbecued meats, blackened catfish, and salads topped with fried or pulled chicken

42% Off Breakfast, Brunch, and Lunch at First Watch Cafe

Oklahoma City

$12 $7

Breakfast, brunch, and lunch dishes of multigrain pancakes, Belgian waffles, eggs, salads, and savory sandwiches

47% Off Dinner for Two at Jamil's Steakhouse

Jamil's

$93.88 $49.50

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Chefs grill sirloin steaks with teriyaki chicken or jumbo fried shrimp, sides include cabbage rolls, baked potatoes, and tabouli salad

Up to 52% Off at Ground Floor Cafe

Downtown Oklahoma City

$10 $5

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Specialty coffee drinks pair with sandwiches, soups, and cheesecake desserts made in-house each day

45% Off at Bistro38 Thai Green Cuisine

Oklahoma City

$20 $11

Authentic Thai cuisine with seasonal, vegetarian, and vegan options

Up to Half Off Malaysian Thai Meals at Banana Island Restaurant

Corridor South

$22 $11

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Pad thai, pineapple fried rice, basil noodles, and other Malaysian, Thai, and Singaporean dishes; lunch combo meals are new addition to menu

50% Off at Paciugo Gelato & Caffè

Penn Square Mall

$6 $3

Italian gelateria serves espresso drinks and specialty beverages such as Affogato, which blends espresso & gelato or coffee-based smoothies

40% Off at Kang’s Asian Bistro

Central Oklahoma City

$20 $12

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Noodle soups; lemongrass chicken alongside rolls with crab, green onion, masago, spicy mayo; other fillings at glossy, crimson tables

$5 for Mexican Food at El Sombrero

Multiple Locations

$10 $5

Pico de gallo and salsa ranchera top fried chimichangas, cheesy enchiladas, and sizzling fajitas

50% Off at Papa Murphy's Take 'n' Bake

Northwest Oklahoma City

$50 $25

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Cowboy pizza with black olives, pepperoni, and mushrooms; classic hawaiian pizza with pineapple and canadian bacon; or custom toppings

Half Off American Food at Lumpy's Sports Bar & Grill

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Nacho towers, cheesy fries, barbecue-sauce-drenched burgers, and hot subs refuel patrons in between rounds of pool and darts

48% Off Hearty Breakfast Entrees at Steak & Eggs

Okmulgee

$43.97 $23

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Casual-dining location serves breakfast-style meals including omelets and steaks

Up to 53% Off at Patriot Grill

Sapulpa

$20 $11

Old-fashioned cheeseburgers, chicken bites, and hand-breaded catfish steam on plates next to fresh cut chili-cheese fries, okra

Half Off American Food at Cafe USA

Sapulpa

$14 $7

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Using oil without trans-fats, chefs fry up pickle and green bean starters, cook burgers, and craft hearty pancake and egg platters

$8 for Mexican Food at Speedy Gonzalez

Glenpool

$16 $8

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Classic Mexican dishes such as burritos, tacos, and enchiladas served alongside signature deep-fried boneless chicken and honey bread

Select Local Merchants

Tin ceilings hover above the weathered plaster and brick walls of Two Olives Café, whose rustic, old-world character is bolstered by exposed ventilation pipes that run the length of the room. The founder of the café, Tricia Henderson, designed the room to reflect the history of the area, mounting black-and-white photographs to offer guests a more explicit glimpse into the past.

In the kitchen, fresh chicken salad is laced with apples, grapes, and almonds, giving it a sweet, tart crunch that makes it the most popular sandwich on the menu and the expected winner of next year's prom court. Ham, salami, and olive salad stack the muffaletta sandwich, and housemade chipotle dressing adds a subtle smokiness to the otherwise classic caesar salad.

201 N Broadway St
Moore,
OK
US

At Harry Bear's, chefs hand-shape Black Angus beef into thick burgers, grill them to order, and slather them with homemade hickory sauce. For dessert, they dunk plump peach slices into the deep fryer, and then sprinkle the crispy crescents with cinnamon and sugar. Harry Bear?s matches these quintessentially American dishes with an equally patriotic dining room?blue walls sport stenciled stars, as well as vintage Coca Cola signs, teddy bears, and a collection of baseball memorabilia. Dining companions can also turn their attention toward flat-screen TVs if games of napkin peekaboo lose their appeal.

2113 Riverwalk Dr
Moore,
OK
US

Dark Horse Grill’s menu overtakes lesser menus with a galloping barrage of burgers, steaks, and pizzas, as well as lush libations from a fully stocked bar. After whetting appetites with a starter of fried pickle chips ($3.99–$5.99), diners can tuck into a personalized pizza ($5.99–$11.99) wreathed in such textures as canadian bacon, grilled chicken, and pineapple. The Dark Horse fried chicken is battered and winged by texas toast, pickles, and onions ($12.99 for 8 pieces), and the southern-fried catfish, farm-raised in the States, is rolled in bread crumbs, cooked until golden-brown, and eaten until invisible ($10.99 with two sides). A full bar stocked with sumptuous liquors and suds on tap provides apt accompaniment for the kitchen's rustic, crispy servings.

2812 Hwy 62 Access Rd.
Newcastle,
OK
US

All Royal Bavaria's unfiltered beers are brewed by guidelines of German purity law, which means they can use only four ingredients: hops, malt, yeast, and their own well water. Owned by Andy Gmeiner, a chef and restaurateur from Munich, the microbrewery sits on a 5.5-acre property. The central building is fashioned in the image of a 5,000-square-foot Bavarian farmhouse, complete with an enormous gabled roof, a 175-person outdoor beer garden, and guard rails to prevent polka dancers from flying out of control. As cool steins click to punctuate songs and toasts, traditional German dishes such as wiener schnitzel, sauerbraten, and bratwurst unfurl banners of steam against the wood-paneled walls and vaulted ceiling.

The dining room, which is reminiscent of a rural bed and breakfast, is lined with antique knickknacks, pans, and deer antlers. Large picture windows offer patrons a view of the brewery, where copper tanks mash and ferment Royal's six house-made beers. While noshing on a handcrafted sausage, revelers sway to sounds of occasional live entertainment or purchase beer by the half-barrel, hand-squeezed from the folds of the finest accordions.

3401 S Sooner Rd
Moore,
OK
US

Pubs west of the Atlantic often pay homage to the UK, but Dan McGuinness Pub goes one step farther: it was actually made in Ireland. Shipped to Memphis, Tennessee in pieces, the first Dan McGuinness was entirely assembled by a team of five Irishmen, who still manually hold it together today. The franchise's other locations weren't built this way, but they all carry on the original pub's tradition of friendly service and classic Irish dishes such as corned beef and cabbage, bangers and mash, and shepherd's pie. American and English influences also permeate the menu in dishes such as blackened chicken fingers and fish ‘n’ chips made with Atlantic cod dipped in Harp lager batter.

The pub's beer list similarly mixes up European and American offerings with brews from Guinness, Smithwick's, and Sam Adams. Feasts at Dan McGuinness unfold amid a convivial atmosphere, with entertainment such as billiards and live music every Friday and Saturday night.

1003 SW 19th St
Moore,
OK
US

Though it’s now the oldest single-family owned barbecue restaurant in Oklahoma, the Shawnee Van’s Pig Stand wasn’t Van’s first barbecue shop. The family patriarch first began crafting his signature pork sandwiches and plates of ribs in 1928 and shared his recipes with family members as they opened up their own hubs throughout Oklahoma. More than 80 years later, Van’s descendants still grill up barbecue dinners and sandwiches with those signature recipes, that is, if they have taken the blood oath to keep them secret. Though they specialize in cuts of pig, the grill masters incorporate everything from brisket, turkey, chopped beef, and chicken into their dinners, pairing each meaty helping with two sides and a slice of texas toast. Sweet flavors, including sweet tea and pecan pie, cap off savory meals.

516 SW 4th St
Moore,
OK
US