Food & Drink in Oklahoma

Up to 49% Off Fusion Korean Meal at Gogi Gui Korean Grill

Gogi Gui Korean Grill


$42 $22

Traditional entrees such as galbi short ribs and spicy pork bulgogi alongside fusion entrees such as the kimchi steak burger

40% Off Italian Cuisine at Spaghetti Warehouse

Spaghetti Warehouse

Oklahoma City

$20 $12

Hand-rolled meatballs, 15-layer lasagna, and chicken parmigiana decorate tables at historical warehouse restaurants brimming with antiques

Up to 48% Off at Route 66 Diner

Route 66 Diner

Route 66 Diner

$15 $8.50

At this 24/7 diner, customers enjoy American comfort-food classics for breakfast, lunch, or dinner topped off with a slice of cake

50% Off Lunch Cuisine and Tea at The Belvidere Tea Room

The Belvidere Tea Room


$12 $6

Gourmet sandwiches and steaming pots of tea served on first floor of Victorian mansion

53% Off Wine Tasting at Nuyaka Creek Winery

Nuyaka Creek Winery


$30 $14


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

Shorty Small's

Southwest Oklahoma City

$20 $11


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

First Watch Cafe

Oklahoma City

$12 $7

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

45% Off at NuNu's Mediterranean Cafe

NuNu's Mediterranean Cafe

Northwest Oklahoma City

$20 $11


Cook follows Lebanese family recipes to forge Mediterranean specialties such as falafels, chicken and beef kebabs, and cabbage rolls

Half Off American Food at Cafe USA

Cafe USA


$14 $7


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

Up to 46% Off at Inca Trail Peruvian Restaurant

Inca Trail Peruvian Resaurant

Bethany Location (NEW)

$14 $8

Peruvian fare such as grilled steak and sea bass as well as vegetarian dishes reflect traditional Incan home cooking

48% Off Hearty Breakfast Entrees at Steak & Eggs

Steak & Eggs


$43.97 $23


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

Half Off Shaved-Ice Treats at Freckles Frozen Custard

Freckles Frozen Custard


$8 $4


Fluffy shaved ice comes in a variety flavors or customers can create their own flavor; no-sugar-added syrups available

$6 for Sandwiches and Coffee at Althea’s Vault Café and Bakery

Althea’s Vault Café and Bakery


$12 $6


Fair-trade Firetrade Coffee served with biscuits, cinnamon rolls, and muffins, as well as artisanal sandwiches, burgers, and salads

Red Mango – 50% Off Frozen Yogurt and Smoothies

Red Mango


$5 $2.50

More than 40 gluten-free flavors of all-natural, top Zagat-rated frozen yogurt and smoothies

40% Off at Fontana Italian Restaurant

Fontana Italian Restaurant


$20 $12


Family-owned eatery blankets lobster ravioli with creamy, pink sauce and swathes tender veal in crunchy coats of parmigiana breading

50% Off High Tea at Nibbles Cafe

Nibbles Cafe


$39.90 $20


Light from beaded lamps falls across warm, made-from-scratch scones draped in clotted cream alongside gilt tea sets

Up to 48% Off Italian Cuisine at Caffe Pranzo

Caffe Pranzo

Central Oklahoma City

$20 $12

Italian eatery serves hearty pastas and hand-tossed pizzas in dining room bedecked with local art

44% Off American Diner Food at Ollie’s Station

Ollie’s Station

Red Fork

$16 $9


Mom-and-pop restaurant celebrates nearby Route 66 with model trains and diner-style burgers, omelets, and chicken-fried steaks

Cantina Laredo – 30% Off Mexican Cuisine

Cantina Laredo

Central Oklahoma City

$50 $35


Refined takes on Mexican cuisine, including fajitas in chipotle-wine sauce and enchiladas stuffed with avocado and artichoke

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As one of Oklahoma City’s first Mexican restaurants, Olé continues its culinary tradition by serving flavorful cuisine crafted from homemade recipes. After a jaunt through the extensive menu, whet your appetite with an order of shrimp ceviche ($9.99), or sample fresh guacamole ($7.99), made table side to minimize travel time to expectant taste buds. Olé’s fajitas, available with chicken, beef, pork, or shrimp, offer a hearty meal of do-it-yourself succulence in single ($11.99+) or double ($21.99+) portions. Indecisive diners can enjoy multiple Mexican classics with a combination plate, served with your choice of two sides to appease equally twinned hungers ($8.79+). Finish with sweet-tooth satisfiers such as fried chocolate-chip ice cream ($3.59) or an apple burrito ($2.89) before waving a white-napkin flag of satiated surrender.

2125 W Memorial Rd
Oklahoma City,

Despite their nomadic tendencies, hot-dog carts are known to show up in the nick of time to crush hunger with bun-filled offerings. The Dog House's carts pop up after concerts and events at Cain's Ballroom, Brady Theater, and Flytrap Music Hall, aiding night owls in need of juicy encased meats. Hungry citizens can operate their own hand shovels to devour tasty franks, including the hot link dog, smothered in mustard and sauerkraut ($4), and the popular Tulsa dog, loaded with mustard, crispy bacon, onions, and peppers, and topped with a spicy-sweet Head Country barbecue sauce ($5). The Seattle dog bathes in a creamy pool of spicy mustard, onions, and cream cheese ($4), and for an extra $1, chips and a soda can be paired with any dog for maximum chowing.

4848 South Peoria Avenue

Since the staff members at Home Run Sliders are so dedicated to the art of burger-making, they know how important ketchup is in this construction. That’s why they’ve curated a ketchup bar with more than a dozen types of ketchup and condiments that patrons can drizzle over their sliders. Each hand-packed slider has a name that alludes to baseball—knuckle ball, rookie, sac fly, or just the symbols that a third-base coach uses—though the gourmet toppings make them a far cry from stadium food. The chefs slather the Rounding Third off with guacamole, add a dollop of mac ’n’ cheese to the Babe Ruth, and layer the 89er with a fried egg, bacon, and cheddar. Diners devour the sliders amid vintage baseball decor that includes old posters of Big League chewing gum, pictures of players from the early days of baseball, and a choir of hecklers shouting in Shakespearean English. The eatery even holds a weekly slider-eating contest to see how many American-beef patties and buns challengers can put away.

128 E 5th St

Smashburger's chefs cook each Smashburger ($4.99+) on the menu to order, in addition to crafting grilled and crispy Smashchicken sandwiches ($5.99+), Smashsalads ($4.99–6.99), and Smashsides such as rosemary and garlic-tossed Smashfries ($1.99–$2.99). The Smashburger pairs 100% Angus beef with veggies and cheeses on an artisan bun, and Häagen-Dazs shakes keep mouths grounded, cool, and smiley ($3.99–$4.29). Add-ons such as applewood-smoked bacon ($1.50) or fried egg ($1.00) add additional zest to spicy baja ($5.99+) burgers overflowing with chipotle mayo, or further personalize regional burgers unique to different cities and states.

2127 W Memorial Rd
Oklahoma City,

LXi combines a sleekly luxurious dining room with a flavor-mingling menu of contemporary American dishes. Strengthen your sense of culinary community by passing a small-plate series starting with the shrimp Culiacan, marinated shrimp wrapped with bacon and topped with a taste of pepper jack cheese ($12). The tartare trio offers an upscale surf-and-turf arrangement of yellowfin, salmon, and dry aged tenderloin neighbored by crostini, lavosh crackers, and crispy won tons ($15). Tickle hands' tongues with a hand-held sandwich, such as the LXi burger, 8 ounces of fresh ground chuck, topped with swiss, bleu cheese, mushrooms, and leeks between wheat buns ($9), or fill your meal tank with a big plate of adobo-rubbed seabass ($26) or a 6-ounce filet mignon ($26).

5982 S Yale Ave

When U.S. postal workers Les Warfield and Ron Vickers moved from Reno to San Diego in 1976 they shared passion for submarine sandwiches. After a year spent searching for the perfect sandwich proved fruitless, they and their wives decided to open their own sandwich shop—heralded by café tables and a hand-painted sign proclaiming “Sub-Marina” in white letters. More than 30 years later, the small San Diego restaurant has spread, like a friendly Napoleon, to more than 50 locations, implanting the duo’s original California-style sandwiches across the United States and Guam. In each eatery, a crew of sandwich makers assembles subs divided into five classes such as traditional subs, specialty variants made using seasoned meats and condiments, and hot melts stuffed with meatballs or dripping with au jus. They pile meats, cheeses, and produce upon white, wheat, or specialty bread, or heap the same hearty ingredients upon leafy salad beds and into light wraps.

2015 W Danforth Rd