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OKG7 late-night nomz



Banana Island
1117 N.W. 25th

Malaysian joint rocks a menu featuring coconut milk-based curries and
spicy, delicious fare. Start with the Indian pancake no matter what, and
try the mango salad or pineapple fried rice, which comes in a
hollowed-out pineapple husk.

The Mont

1300 Classen Blvd., Norman

you’ve never tried this iconic Norman hot spot, make an excuse to do
so. It’s open until 2 a.m. daily, so there you go! Try one of the
burgers: the queso burger, made with chili con queso or the garden
burger, a healthier option with herbed mayo.

Joey’s Pizzeria

700 W. Sheridan

with Joey’s meatballs, or attempt the sampler platter if you’re in the
mood for variety. Can’t decide between meatballs and pizza? Then don’t!
Joey’s meatball pizza will hit the spot. Of course, additional toppings
are available if you want something besides the basics.


200 S. Oklahoma

you perch yourself indoors or outdoors at this Bricktown tapas bar,
you’ll enjoy the open atmosphere as well as the upscale, yet relaxed,
cuisine. Even if you aren’t hungry and don’t try anything else, you have
to partake of the golden-fried goat cheese drizzled with honey.

Tapwerks Ale House & Cafe
121 E. Sheridan

place is open late, has an extensive beer list and serves its full menu
until late. What more could you want? It’s pub food with a gourmet
twist. The Monte Cristo, a ham and turkey sandwich with mustard on
sourdough, is lightly battered and deep-fried.

Beverly’s Pancake Corner

3315 Northwest Expressway

call, Beverly’s is your go-to gal. For more than 80 years, this beloved
pancake house has served up hot coffee, pancakes (duh), a dish called
Chicken in the Rough and a variety of desserts, including pie. The diner
is open 24 hours a day.

Big Truck Tacos
530 N.W. 23rd

and around for breakfast? Grab The Zig, a potato, spinach, black bean
and avocado concoction that will surely get you hooked on BTT. For
dinner or late-night dinner, try the I-40 Pile Up, your choice of spiced
meat, rice, beans, BTT cheese blend and veggies.

Photos by Shannon Cornman and Mark Hancock

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