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OKG7 seven new spots to try

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Jenn Scott June 20th, 2012

Eat at these new places, even if it’s just for bragging rights.

Hawk’s Hotdogs



Sometimes you just crave a good hot dog. Hawk’s serves Nathan’s all-beef hot dogs to help you out with that craving strikes! From $2-$3.50, it’s an inexpensive and tasty meal to grab if you don’t have time to stop and eat. Like Hawk’s on Facebook to stay up with locations, hours and specials.

The Cupcake Lounge

1920 S. Air Depot Blvd., Midwest City


In celebration of the one-year anniversary of its Moore location, the lounge expanded the menu and opened a second bakery! From catering to a simple, tasty treat, you’re covered. Cuppies start at $2.50 and come in flavors like cherry limeade and buttercup. It’s not just sweets, however. Try the lunch special ($8), which includes a sandwich, side, drink and cupcake.

Nhinja Sushi & Wok

5 W. 15th, Edmond


Edamame ($2.95) or cream cheese puffs ($3.95-$5.50) will get you started. A delicious and fresh seaweed salad ($4.95) is a good pair with the geisha roll ($7.95), which has tempura shrimp, spicy mayo and eel sauce. Sashimi and nigiri is available in sixpiece orders ($3.25-$4.25) or entire meals ($24-$34). Get your wok on ($6.75-$8.95), too. Order online at

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit

2800 N.W. 63rd


Its newest addition serves up the same delicious barbecue you love! Barbecue sandwiches ($3.95-$7) and meat plates ($6.95-$11) abound. Want a combo of the two? A sandwich plate is just $3 more. Feeding a few? Try the picnic pack ($22.95), which feeds three-four and comes with 1 pound of meat, a choice of two sides, four rolls and barbecue sauce. The XL family pack ($42) feeds six to eight.

Golden Phoenix

2728 N. Classen Blvd.


Reopened and back with its killer menu, Golden Phoenix is a barbecue Chinese and Vietnamese restaurant. It’s familystyle, so grab a group of friends before you embark. The soft-shell crabs with butter ($4.95-$12.95) or the roast duck ($9.95 for half) come highly recommended, as well as the whole tilapia with ginger fish sauce ($10.95). Absolutely don’t leave without trying the rare beef salad ($9.95) with lemon sauce, onions, peanut and mint.

Blessed Grounds Coffee

16000 S.E. 29th, Choctaw


Spurred by her spirituality, proprietor Maxine Flynn is a real treat — so it only make sense she now serves them to other people. Just a stone’s throw away from Old Germany, this new mom-andpop features brownies ($1.85), doublefudge chocolate cake ($4.25) and carrot cake ($4.99). For lunch, you can get a chicken salad sandwich, cheese squares, grapes and a drink ($7.99). Breakfast meals include a large muffin and large coffee ($4.25) or breakfast croissant and large coffee ($7.25).

Eagle One Pizza

11613 S. Western


Of course there’s pizza, but you can also grab a calzone ($1.99-$8.99), gyro sandwich ($3.99) or low-carb gyros platter ($5.99). Start your meal with the cheese sticks ($2.99) or keep it healthy with a salad ($2.99-$3.99). Order your wings ($3.49-$6.99) with buffalo or barbecue sauce. For the month of June, get a specialty pizza for $5.99 when you pick it up yourself!

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