OKG7 new spots on the block

Vamonos Mexican Grill

125 W. Britton Road, Nichols Hills


Start with queso ($2.99) and a spiced shrimp salad ($7.99). Signature tacos ($2.59-$3.49) range from Korean rib-eye to carnitas, a milk-roasted pork. Get the nacho bowl ($6.39) for a little taste of everything on the menu.

The Greek Taverna

122 N. Broadway, Moore


Open since May, this tavern is a self-proclaimed touch of Greece. The Mendros family serves authentic Greek fare like a gyro sandwich ($5.99) or a souvlaki special ($7.49), a skewer of meat and veggies. Get a side of hummus and pita ($2.49); for dessert, try baklava ($1.99) or loukoumades, syrup-soaked fried dough ($1.50).

Gabriella’s Italian Grill & Pizzeria

1226 N.E. 63rd


Probably the only thing that could be better than lemon aioli is when you dip crispy asparagus ($14) in it. You can’t miss the brick oven-baked pepperoni and arugula flat bread ($13) or barbecue chicken pizza ($17). From the grill, try the jalapeño-garlic tilapia ($15) or ribeye Fiorentina ($45).

Club One 15

115 E. Sheridan


it a club or a restaurant? Well, it’s both! Serving dinner and
late dinner, enjoy things like a cheese and sausage plate ($6.99) or a
mini fajita party ($7.99). The Bricktown wedge ($8.99) comes with
Gorgonzola, bacon, green olives and grape tomatoes and the crab-stuffed
halibut ($22.79) is braised and smothered in a house-made thermidor

Okie’s Chicken & Grill

2631 S.W. 29th


might be called Okie’s Chicken, but the specialty is fried catfish
($2.09- $7.49). The menu is varied: bean burritos ($.99) to bacon
cheeseburgers ($3.29). Get some potato salad ($1.59) and wedges ($.99
for four) to go with your meal. If you’re dining in, wash it all down
with a cold beer ($1.50-$2.50).

Sebby’s Pizza Kitchen

205 Meline Drive, Edmond


dine-in, drive-thru or delivery, this pizza kitchen offers a 16-inch
pie with up to five toppings for $13.99. Get the salami and peppers
($9.99) or hamburger and olives ($9.99). Not in the mood for pizza? Try
the No. 14 sub ($5.50), which comes with smoked ham and bacon, or the
No. 7 sub ($5.50) with cheese and avocado.

Hummus Mediterranean Cafe

811 S.W. 19th, Moore


should be obvious, but if not: try the hummus ($4-$6), which comes in
eight flavors. Made fresh daily, it won’t disappoint. Enjoy an authentic
kebab ($12- $16). If you’re lugging the kiddos and they don’t want
Mediterranean, opt for the mac ’n’ cheese ($4).

Photos by Shannon Cornman, Mark Hancock and Jordan Ensminger

Jenn Scott

This material falls under the archives category because it was imported from our previous website. It will eventually be filtered into the proper category as time allows.

Related posts



WordPress Lightbox