OKG7 fresh faces in food and drink

S&B’s Burger Joint
7745 s. Walker

you’re feeling Skinny or Fatty, S&B’s has the burger for you. Try
The Big Boy, loaded with grilled jalapeños, bacon, cheese, chili and
sour cream, or The Fire, which has roasted green chilies, cheese, onions
and spicy ranch. All combos can be made with bean patties in slider

Cool Beans Coffee
1230 Alameda, Norman

easy to appreciate a menu that has simple options made with a great
product. Cool Beans proudly brews Oklahoma City’s Elemental Coffee
Roasters, a fair-trade, organic bean. Grab a pastry to snack on, too.
Follow Cool Beans on Twitter at @CoolBeans405.

La Fonda Cafe
2401 N.W. 23rd

breakfast, snack on the torta. It’s a toasted sandwich with refried
beans, eggs, avocado, mayo, cilantro, tomatoes, cheese and your choice
of veggies or meat. If you visit at lunch, go light with the whole wheat
wrap full of spinach, tomatoes, bell peppers and cilantro.

Alberto’s Burritos paradise
3214 N. Classen Blvd.

Tex-Mex joint has hit the ground running, occupying the former Hot Dog
Park building. The Jeep suspended in the air is still outside the place,
but inside the menu boasts new dishes such as tacos, flautas and its
fajipapa, a baked potato filled with butter, cheese, sour cream and beef
or chicken.

Pho B&B
1615 S. Service Road, Moore

matter what part of the metro you’re in, you need a go-to pho spot — at
least that’s our motto. Pho B&B is an excellent choice, offering
quality pho at a reasonable price. If you’re craving something
particularly exotic, try the meatball pho with quail eggs.

Hoboken Coffee Roasters
224 1/2 S. Division, Guthrie

does a cup of Nicaraguan Bella Aurora and a blueberry crumble bar
sound? Pretty good, right? Well, they’re waiting for you at Guthrie’s
newest buzzworthy coffeehouse. Follow it on Twitter, @HobokenCoffee, to
stay updated with specials at this cozy gem.

Ol’ Gyro
3513 N. Classen Blvd.

is the perfect place for friends, vegetarian and carnivorous alike, to
meet up for lunch. Try the Ol’ Gyro veggie plate with a combination of
hummus, baba ghanoush, tabouli, falafel and grape leaves. If you want
some meat, try the Mix of Ol’ Gyro, described as the “Heaven mix plate.”

Photos by Shannon Cornman and Mark Hancock

Jenn Scott

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