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Jenn Scott September 5th, 2012

The season most Oklahomans plan their whole year around is here. No, I’m not talking about fall or the changing of the leaves. I’m talking about football. If you’re crimson and cream through and through, you’ll likely find yourself in Norman more than usual. Here are a few places you should eat while you’re there.


The Library Bar & Grill

607 W. Boyd, Norman

366-7465

Grab a Left Hand Sawtooth or get fancy with some Lindemans Framboise, to name just a couple of the many brews on tap. Munch on appetizers like chips and salsa or hot pretzels, or enjoy a full dinner: pizzas, sandwiches or salads. Happy hour runs 3 to 6 p.m. and then again from 10 p.m. to close.



Hideaway Pizza

577 Buchanan, Norman

292-4777

It’s the same great menu you’d find in Stillwater or at the Northwest Expressway location, only in Norman. You have to start with the famous fried mushrooms or fried pickles. It’s the law of Oklahoma and Hideaway Pizza. Move swiftly to your favorite specialty pie. Order it all to go if you’ve got somewhere to watch the game. Pizza, big screens and couches go very well together.



O’Connell’s Irish Pub & Grille

769 Asp, Norman

217-8454

This dive has been open since 1968 and is very much a favorite hangout for students and alumni. Its Campus Corner location makes for the perfect game-day eats, whether you’re grabbing a bite before you head into the stadium or settling in to watch the game. Check oconnellsnorman.com for specials.




Local

2262 W. Main, Norman

928-5600

Football season doesn’t have to mean hot dogs and hamburgers. At Local, you can enjoy BLT deviled eggs, ratatouille and one of the most inventive dishes: meatloaf cupcakes. While you’re back in town for the game, it only makes sense to try out one of Norman’s newest stops for yums.




McNellie’s, The Abner Ale House

121 E. Main, Norman

928-5801

With more than 200 beers to choose from, you certainly won’t get bored or thirsty. Once you’ve narrowed your list to a country and finally a pour, then it’s time to consider the grub. Pair a European cheese platter with your beer or keep it simple with sweet potato fries. If you’re extra-hungry, grab a burger or the fish and chips plate.




The Garage

307 E. Main, Norman

701-7035

Quintessential football food can be found at The Garage. It’s known for its burgers and beer, but also try the new green chile fries or creamy onion dip. You can’t go wrong with the spicy Sriracha bleu burger or the Egg-o-nater, a sandwich with bacon, egg and cheese. Ladies, enjoy $1 domestic longnecks from 10 p.m. to close Fridays.



Bison Witches

211 E. Main, Norman

364-7555

This hidey-hole of a restaurant is packed with all things delicious. For example, how can you not enjoy a bread bowl filled with soup? Especially cream of potato bacon, chicken tortilla or chili? Not to mention its namesake: sandwiches. Try the Mary Ann (sliced ham with green peppers and melted Swiss cheese) or the Tucson (turkey, bacon, cheese and peppercorn dressing).


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