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New and notable

Carol Smaglinski January 12th, 2011

Have you noticed these new ones yet? Here we go with seven more new places to tempt your palate! During the holidays, most restaurant owners show appreciation to their clientele with interesting menu items, and these new metro eateries are no different.

Jeon Ju Korean Restaurant

217 S. Sooner Road, Midwest City 672-4644

In business for almost a year, Jeon Ju is where memorable meals are cooked up for customers. Once you’ve tried the beef bulgogi and its bibimbap (translated, it means “mixed rice”), you are sure to tell all of your friends. This is mom’s authentic Korean cooking, with nicely blended ingredients and no American influences. There are seats for 50 people.

$$ Korean

Woody’s Sports Bar and Grill

2501 N.E. 23rd 415-4061

Woody’s is a happening place. It didn’t take long for new customers to find it after they opened on Oct. 2. Chef Prince Mason does five variations on chicken wings. It also has a Big Woody burger and lots more, plus a full bar with live music on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The bar and grill is named after the late Elwood Fletcher, father of the co-owner, Layfette Fletcher.

$$ Sports bar and grill

Mi Pueblo Mexican Grill

7708 N.W. 23rd, Bethany 495-9977

With 20 years experience in the restaurant business between the owners, this new spot is the place to go for reasonably priced food that is freshly prepared.

Mi Pueblo has been open for just two months, but already there are menu standouts, like the tamales that are made in-house. Also worth mentioning are the chipotle fajitas and enchiladas. Mi Pueblo is a fun, festive place.

$$ Mexican

—Carol Smaglinski, photos by Mark Hancock and Shannon Cornman

$$: Up to $15

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