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Every week, we give you seven OKC-area restaurants to explore.

Jenn Scott June 12th, 2013

Don’t forget about your local eateries in areas impacted by recent tornadoes. It might require a reroute, but your patronage means the world. Plus, who doesn’t love fried pickles and gelato?


Harry Bear’s All American Grill
2113 Riverwalk Drive, Moore
harrybears.com
799-2327

Harry Bear’s menu is packed with amazing dishes. Try the pickle-o’s, which are pickle slices breaded and deep-fried, before moving on to the Indian taco, a house favorite. The fry bread is hand-rolled and covered with ranch-style beans, house-made spicy chili and all the fixin’s. Dessert is a peach — fried peaches and peaches and cream, that is.



Chava’s Fruit Waters Y Tacos
7000 Crossroads Blvd.
631-9446

Probably one of the most refreshing things on a hot summer day is a tall glass of ice-cold water. Chava’s understands the importance of hydration, as well as another element of equal import: tastiness. The eatery uses fresh fruit juice and mixes drinks daily. Enjoy your aguas fresca with some of the housemade tacos or quesadillas.



Hollie’s Flatiron Steakhouse
1199 S. Interstate 35, Moore
799-0300

From steaks to salads to fried catfish, Hollie’s has you covered for all things grilled and Southern-style, — even for those not interested in red-meat items. Follow it on Twitter at @HolliesSteak for menu updates, events and daily specials. Hollie’s offers a Sunday brunch menu, complete with mimosas and its special blood orange mimosas.



Pho B&B Vietnamese Cuisine
1615 S. Service Road, Moore
794-5261

With 17 combinations of meat pho on the menu, Pho B&B is bound to have something for every taste. Start with the spring roll and egg roll combination platter if you’re extra hungry. All pho dishes also come with a plate full of fresh basil, sprouts, jalepeños and lime wedges. Not in the mood for pho? Opt for the grilled chicken rice platter.



GoGo Sushi Express and Grill

1611 S. Service Road, Moore
gogosushinow.com
794-3474

GoGo has salads, appetizers, hibachi cooking, Korean bento boxes and stir-fried noodles. It’s casual and laid-back, where the patrons pay first and the food is made to order. Try the Sugar Mama Roll or be blown away by the Spicy Cowboy and banana tempura for dessert. Like it on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with daily specials and events.



Catfish Cove
925 S.W. 25th, Moore
www.catfishcoveok.com
799-3474

When you’re got a hearty appetite — and we mean hearty — there aren’t many sights more enchanting than an all-you-can-eat buffet boasting fried catfish, shrimp, okra and hushpuppies. One can’t sustain on fried food alone, however, so enjoy a fresh salad or some coleslaw, also available on the buffet.



Il dolce Gelato
937 S.W. 25th, Moore
794-7266

Summer is here, Oklahoma, and you deserve a treat. Get it at Il Dolce, a family-owned gelaterie. Gelato isn’t quite ice cream, but it’s just as refreshing and delicious, not to mention half the calories of traditional ice cream. Try flavors like habanero, no-bake cookie and limone. Looking for a nontraditional spin on a party? Il Dolce caters, too.


Photos by Shannon Cornman and Mark Hancock

 
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