Smag 7: Dinner and a drink

Hollie’s Flatiron Steakhouse
1199 S. Service Road, Moore
799-0300

Hollie’s
is selling sirloin, an 8-ounce fillet and a 20-ounce, bone-in ribeye
done on a flat iron grill. Pretty popular right now is its Purple
Perfect Margarita, featuring Chambord. Don’t think your only choice is
beef! Try tasty oven-roasted chicken, fish, pork chops or St. Louis
ribs. No matter what ends up on your plate, enjoy one of the 24 wines by
the glass.

$$$ Steaks and more


The Man Cave
1522 W. Lindsey, Norman
310-6344

Come
in for the Boulevard and Shocktop brews on tap. Stay for dinner. You’d
be remiss to leave without trying one of the 37 different wing sauces —
honey coconut, Sooner and Thunder or spicy garlic Parmesan, to name a
few. It wouldn’t be a true man cave without nachos, quesadillas or good
burgers, so if you don’t fill up on wings, try one. Don’t feel too
guilty about the smorgasbord; everything is baked.

$$ Bar food

Habaneros Mexican Restaurant
251 E. Waterloo, Edmond
359-3319

This
address is a relocation for the popular Habaneros in Edmond owned by
Chris and Mandy Hobson. The chiles rellenos, made with large roasted
poblano peppers, is one of the staple dishes. Wash that down with one of
the many beers on the menu. Other favorites include pork chili verde
and tacos carne guisada.

$$ Mexican


Shorty Small’s
2037 S. Meridian
947-0779

A
relocation that opened Dec. 15, it is wasting no time making a name for
itself, featuring the Sadie’s Breath cocktail. You’ll need some
sustenance, so opt for the pulled pork sandwiches, blackened chicken
salad sandwich or honey mustard chicken club. You might even consider
splitting the sizable chicken-fried steak, which comes with mashed
potatoes and green beans. On the lighter side are daily soup and salad
specials.

$$ American


Sauced on Main Street
2100 W. Main, Norman
447-5600

Pinot
Noir has been its most requested wine, either by the carafe or glass.
This is another Hal Smith Restaurant Group eatery, with full-flavored
food like chicken Parmesan, mini meatballs, nachos and tasty salads.
Create your own pizza, or — if you’re feeling adventurous — order its
Suicide Pizza with eight slices of different variations. Start your meal
with the calamari, and end it with a free game of shuffleboard.

$$ Pizza and more


Hibachi Grand Buffet
6161 N. May
810-1198

Formerly
under the name of Asian Eternity Buffet, Hibachi presents a full beer
list to enjoy with your Chinese and Japanese fare. One meal includes
your choices from the whole sushi bar, regular buffet and a giant
dessert bar. The emphasis is on sweet-and-sour dishes, sesame chicken,
peach pie, banana pudding and fortune cookies. The weekend dinner spread
includes fresh oysters.

$$ Asian buffet


Forward Foods
2001 W. Main, Norman
321-1007

Looking
for a number of rich and creamy cheeses to pair with wine? Head to one
of the most extensive cheese counters in the metro. Forward Foods in
Norman has moved into new digs from 123 E. Main to make room for an
eager and growing lunch bunch. On the menu are specialty grilled
cheeses, homemade soups, deli sandwiches and even quiche.

$$ Cheese and more

—Carol Smaglinski photos by Mark Hancock and Shannon Cornman

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Carol Smaglinski

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