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Even more new restaurants.

Carol Smaglinski June 29th, 2011

Here are several new restaurants coming our way again. Just like summer vegetables, these will be taking root and hopefully growing. All seven are offering hearty flavors, regional influences and prices that are just right for tough economic times. Go get ’em.

Coneys & More
1317 S.E. 44th
677-8844

The name says it all. Coneys & More takes the standard hot dog and douses it with homemade chili, which is called the All American. A customer may request coleslaw and relish toppings, too. But it’s the fresh-battered corn dogs that are the big hits. On the menu are battered and deep-fried pickle chips and also sliced jalapeños that are battered and deepfried, too.

$$ Hot dogs

Alfredo’s Mexican Cafe
3409 S. Broadway, Edmond
607-1300

To the delight of its many loyal patrons who love Mexican food and reside in the Edmond area, Alfredo’s launched its Edmond location in early spring. The concept began in 1998 in Weatherford and joins two other Alfredo’s in Yukon and Moore. All three are locally owned and offer classic Mexican specialties like fajitas, tacos, chimichangas and, of course, enchiladas.

$$ Mexican

Jubilee Market
835 S.W. 119
759-7223

In Southwest OKC, owner Monica Best opened Jubilee Market early in January. Look for comforting chicken pot pie, quiche, tasty chicken salad, soups and wraps, plus a Cuban sandwich. The bakery, which is open all day, features cupcakes, blueberry muffins, Mississippi mud brownies and lemon bars. The boutique, also open all day, has housewares and gifts.

$$ Lunch only

City Taste Kakes and Burgers
1911 S. Sunnylane Blvd., Del City
607-6744

The chef-owner, Daryl Dillahunty pictured, moved here from San Francisco and actually sold those delicious cupcakes door-to-door until November. An executive chef for five-star restaurants, Dillahunty’s restaurant has 55 seats and offers American comfort food made from scratch, like good hamburgers, catfish and those cupcakes. You will feel like it’s Thanksgiving when you eat there. Sorry, he’s closed on Sundays.

$$ American comfort food

Custard Factory
1000 E. Alameda, Norman
360-6177

Enthusiastic Rusty Rasmussen, the owner of Rusty’s Frozen Custard, gave his place a fresh new name and says he has some great new products with a bunch of neveroffered-before menu items. “I am an oldschool guy, and I stick to the basics,” he said. His new slogan is: “Where delicious things happen.” He has an old-fashioned banana split and another ice cream treat called the Love Machine.

$$ Frozen custard

Main Nutrition
305 E. Main, Norman
701-7155

If you are on the lookout for something healthy, stop by Main Nutrition in Norman. It has introduced tasty mealreplacement smoothies and stocks full lines of supplements, along with a nice selection of good herbal teas. Main Nutrition, which opened in May, has items that help promote a healthy immune and digestive system.

$$ Healthy smoothies

Saints
1715 N.W. 16th
602-6308

It’s closed on Mondays, but head to Saints on other days for Irish menu items like the banger dogs — sausage that comes two-to-a-plate with a pickled cabbage coleslaw and roasted fingerling potatoes. Saints does fish and chips with seasonal vegetables and the O’Patty Loaf, done with lamb, pork and beef with an amazing flavor. Desserts change, but try the apple cake with cinnamon and ice cream.

$$ Irish pub

—Carol Smaglinski, photos by Mark Hancock, Shannon Cornman and Lindsey Cooper

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