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OKG7 Downtown Restaurant Week stops



Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante & Bar
1 S. Mickey Mantle

lunch, delight in your choice of chicken tortilla soup or tomato and
red onion salad. It will set the stage for entree options: crab cakes,
crispy pork chops with Guinness gravy or blackened chicken. For dinner,
try the chop and chutney or lemon walnut pesto pasta. For dessert,
pralines and cream or berry parfait.

Flint Restaurant
15 N. Robinson

situated at the bottom of the Colcord and offers valet if you’re dining
in. Start with a traditional Ceasar or salade maison, which includes a
maple cider vinaigrette. Dinner is your choice between pan-roasted trout
or beer-braised short ribs, complete with goat cheese mashed potatoes
and crispy sweet onions.

The Basement Modern Diner
200 S. Oklahoma

on appetizers like fried pickles or onion rings and your dinner choice
between a build-your-own burger or powerhouse pizza with crumbled bacon,
pepperoni, mushrooms, bell peppers and olives for dinner. It’s a prix
fixe, so you can’t skip Gram T’s Whoopie Pie.

Yucatan Taco Stand
100 E. California

spicy Yucatan fish cakes or chile relleno espanole for lunch to Latin
caterpillar roll or an ahi tuna and sweet shrimp ceviche for dinner, the
levels of Latin American flavor at this tasty taco stand run rampant.
For dessert, give yourself a treat and splurge on fried plantains or

Red PrimeSteak
504 N. Broadway

with RP’s tomato salad or famous French onion soup, complete with
Gruyère on top. For dinner, enjoy a prime sirloin with your choice of
one of Red’s delicious rubs or sauces. Maybe the salmon mignon is more
your speed? Either way, you must have the warm chocolate spoon cake for

15 E. California

prix fixe lunch is enough for two! Choose from cheese nachos or salsa
lupe as your starter. Move into the entree section and choose two from
enchilada dinner, taco salad or Burrito Norteño, that latter of which
comes filled with fajita beef, chicken or sausage and grilled onions and
topped with cheese sauce. It’s served with guacamole, sour cream and
rice and beans.

Kaiser’s American Bistro
1039 N. Walker

Brookshire, Kaiser’s new owner, isn’t wasting any time; he’s jumping in
feet first with participation in Downtown Restaurant Week. Expect lunch
deals on the famous bison burger or turkey club with a side of
delicious sweet potato fries. It’s not part of the prix fixe, but it’s a
good idea to get a hand-scooped sundae.

Photos by Shannon Cornman and Mark Hancock

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