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OKG7 breakfast stops



Good Gravy Diner
8014 N. Western

mom-and-pop diner serves up breakfast food with your choice of more
than 40 types of gravy ranging from chocolate to jalepeño chorizo. Grab
the Breakfast at Large, which includes two eggs, hash browns, ham, one
sausage patty, two strips of bacon and two biscuits with your choice of

Syrup Breakfast Boutique
123 E. Main, Norman

you’d like your waffles and pancakes inside a sleek and modern room
with chandeliers and other high-end touches, Syrup is your place. This
Norman nosh also features its Morning Glory, scrambled eggs, bacon or
sausage and cheese piled atop a waffle.

Abraham’s Western Cafe
4716 N. Western

might assume from the signage that this longtime diner served onion
burgers exclusively. That’s not the case! Get the bacon and cheese
omelet with pancakes, toast or hash browns, or enjoy the French toast.
Stay simple with a short stack and an orange juice or coffee.

Sunny Side Up
110 S.E. 19th, Moore

you’re up early on the south side of the metro, get your coffee and
breakfast fix at Sunny Side Up. Omelets start at just $4.99, and you can
build them into anything you’re craving. From vegetable to Spanish to
pineapple, the choices are plentiful.

Fancy That
215 E. Main, Norman 307-0541

wouldn’t want a fancy breakfast burrito for brunch? Especially when it
comes stuffed with scrambled eggs, bacon, potatoes and house-made green
chili. Get even fancier with the blackened salmon over toasted ciabatta
bread and a house-made tomato basil hollandaise.

Katie’s Country Griddle
229 S. Santa Fe, Edmond

your own breakfast with your choice of all the staples: pancakes, eggs,
French toast, sausage and hash browns, just to mention a few. Get a
variety of biscuit creations, with or without sausage gravy, and a
smattering of eggs and cheese to boot.

The Hungry Frog
1101 N. Pennsylvania

The Hungry Frog, it’s important to, well, come hungry! Enjoy your hash
browns, eggs and toast as your sides with its juicy grilled pork chops.
Maybe you prefer chicken-fried steak or regular steak. Either way, you
won’t leave without a full belly.

Photos by Shannon Cornman and Mark Hancock

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