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OKG7 year-old eateries



Tacos el Primo
5603 S. Pennsylvania

If you’ve got a hankering for tacos or burritos that are muy auténtico, make
a stop at this new spot. And if traditional Mexican fare doesn’t grab
you (perish the thought!), opt for the corn dog. The taqueria stays open
until 9 p.m., making it ideal for a late and yummy dinner. Take note
that the place is closed Tuesdays.

GoGo Sushi Express and Grill
432 N.W. 10th


on the success of its first location in Moore, GoGo Sushi opened this
Midtown eatery, and has been justly rewarded with much success. All the
usual suspects are on the menu, from bento boxes to sashimi and nigiri.
Get your order to go or dine in. Oh, and the iced water has strawberries
and other fruit in it for a nice, refreshing treat.

Taste of Soul Egg Roll

its page on Facebook to know where this ever-moving truck will be each
day. For breakfast, try the roll with sausage or bacon. The original
boasts seasoned ground turkey and shredded cabbage. Or go veggie with
cabbage, carrots, onions and bell peppers. It’s a simple menu that’s
full of flavor.

Gary Dale’s
9201 S.E. 29th, Midwest City

Dale’s has long been an Oklahoma fixture, and this new location serves
the same good home-cooking, including the restaurant’s famous barbecue.
Every Tuesday is all-you-can-eat catfish from 5 to 9 p.m. There’s always
a daily special, and most Fridays, there’s a bluegrass band performing
during dinner.

Teapioca Lounge
1101 N.W. 23rd

day and need a lunch break? Treat yourself at this Zen-inspired lounge
that offers one of the most extensive drink menus in the metro. From
frozen Japanese green tea to boba teas to smoothies, you’ll leave with
peace of mind and a full tummy. Can’t make it in for lunch? The lounge
is open daily until at least 10 p.m.

760 N. Interstate Drive, Norman

with the Queso Compuesto, with seasoned ground sirloin, guacamole and
pico de gallo. Or maybe try the famous “Big As Yo’ Face” burrito with
your choice of beans, ground sirloin, roasted chicken or fajita meat.
The Chuychanga is a house specialty that comes with chicken and the
traditional fixings, as well as cilantro and green chiles.

15 N. Robinson

the lemon ricotta pancakes with papaya chutney if you’re in for brunch.
For lunch, grab the Thai beef salad, complete with noodles, green
onions and ponzu dressing. Not in the mood for a whole meal? Opt for the
jalapeño hush puppies or house-made hummus, all while enjoying the
patio and a cocktail or local beer on tap.

Photos by Shannon Cornman, Mark Hancock and Heather Brown

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