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« Reply #30 on: April 29, 2009, 01:27:44 pm »

I have to recommend the steaks at Molly's Landing out by the Blue Whale/Catoosa. 

The best bargain in town has to be Jamil's.  You get an incredible meal for a fraction of the cost of most steakhouses.  Your table gets a veggie plate, hummus and pita, taboli, salads, bbq ribs and bologna...and then your steak and potato arrives!

Everyone walks out with a huge "doggy bag," and the steaks are terrific.  I think the new location is fine, and the steaks are perfect...and very affordable.

Another surprise is the Shawkat Friday night dinner.  If you aren't in a hurry, the meals are great, and you can get an amazing beef tenderloin.  (In addition to the hummus, tabouli, and salad.)
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« Reply #31 on: April 30, 2009, 10:11:28 am »

I have to recommend the steaks at Molly's Landing out by the Blue Whale/Catoosa. 

The best bargain in town has to be Jamil's.  You get an incredible meal for a fraction of the cost of most steakhouses.  Your table gets a veggie plate, hummus and pita, taboli, salads, bbq ribs and bologna...and then your steak and potato arrives!

Everyone walks out with a huge "doggy bag," and the steaks are terrific.  I think the new location is fine, and the steaks are perfect...and very affordable.

Another surprise is the Shawkat Friday night dinner.  If you aren't in a hurry, the meals are great, and you can get an amazing beef tenderloin.  (In addition to the hummus, tabouli, and salad.)
I went out to Molly's Landing for a murder mystery thing a few months ago. It was ok, but I didn't think it was excellent.

And Freddie's food is somewhat better than Jamil's, IMO. It's a long way out to Sapulpa, though.
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« Reply #32 on: April 30, 2009, 08:32:32 pm »

For the price you can't beat Eddie's filet.......
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