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What happens when you have a hankering for pancakes and sausage but it’s afternoon or later? These seven restaurants will be sure to provide all of the waffles and bacon that you’d like, Ron Swanson-style. 

By Jacob Threadgill with photos by Alexa Ace and provided

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Neighborhood JA.M.

15124 Lleyton’s Court

thatsmyjamok.com | 405-242-4161

Open from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Neighborhood JA.M. has been one of the newest breakout hits for Hal Smith Restaurant Group, which added a Norman location in 2018 and will expand to Tulsa this year. It offers a variety of items including sweet pancakes; the pineapple bourbon ones are among the most popular.

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Bistro B

1620 SW 89th St.

bistrob.com | 405-735-6358

Are you getting tired of the same type of breakfast protein options with your eggs? Check out Bistro B, which pulls off a pan-Asian diner concept complete with large menu very well. Replace traditional steak and eggs with shaken beef, which is marinated in soy, oyster and fish sauces before cooked.

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Metro Diner

3000 W. Memorial Road

metrodiner.com | 405-437-3079

This Florida-based chain is one of the fastest-growing restaurants in the country since appearing on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, and it excels when serving its over-the-top breakfast items like fried chicken and waffles served with strawberry butter or breakfast pie — your favorite morning meats, potatoes and eggs baked in a pie crust.


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Jeff’s Country Cafe

3401 N. Classen Blvd.

405-524-2023

Jeff’s Country Cafe isn’t open 24 hours a day, but it is one of the best bets for a late-night breakfast option. You will not find an obscure form of eggs Benedict at Jeff’s, but you will find the classics and a huge omelet selection that has fun additions like gyro meat. 


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Chae Cafe & Eatery

7300 N. Western Ave.

chaeokc.com | 405-840-7725

Owner Daniel Chae took his former All About Cha location independent, brought back some of the favorites from Chae Modern Korean and put it alongside top-notch coffee service and all-day brunch items like short rib Benedict or the DMZ Waffle made with fried chicken, egg and pork belly gravy.


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Sherri’s Diner

704 SW 59th St.

405-634-4796

Sherri’s offers country cooking in a fun, colorful and kitschy environment, but it is hard to get to the dinner menu when there are excellent pancakes on the menu from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Be sure to check out one of Sherri’s homemade cinnamon rolls. 

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Brielle’s Bistro

9205 NE 23rd St., Midwest City

405-259-8473

This 2018 addition to Midwest City is more than a stop for excellent Cajun classics; it also serves breakfast from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Its breakfast menu includes pancakes or waffles, chicken-fried steak, homemade biscuits and six kinds of omelets, including a Creole variety with Andouille sausage. 

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