OKG7 summertime eats 

Cafe Antigua
1903 N. Classen Blvd.
602-8984

If
at all possible, get the special. It’s usually a creative collaboration
of regular menu items and the freshest daily ingredients. The cuisine
is chiefly Guatemalan, and the breakfast dishes are incredibly tasty. In
a hurry? Grab a chocolate banana smoothie.


Zorba’s Mediterranean Cuisine
6014 N. May
zorbasokc.com
947-7788

Whether
you’re a vegetarian or a carnivore, this longtime favorite has plenty
of options to fill you up. Get the roasted red bell pepper hummus, and
if you’re going gluten-free, ask for veggies instead of pita bread.
Meat-eaters, get the beef kebabs.


Don Serapio’s Mexican Restaurant
1637 E. Highway 66, El Reno
donserapios.com
262-7744

Start
with the poppers, cheddar cheese-stuffed jalapeños. For your meal, get
the guizado de rez, which is Mexican beef tips with a special tomato,
onion and bell pepper sauce. The vegetarian burrito is filled with rice,
beans and Mexican potatoes.

Cafe Kacao
3325 N. Classen Blvd.
cafekacao.com
602-2883

If
you’re a red-meat-eater trying to make healthier decisions, the carne
asada is a flavorful and lean dish made with thinly sliced steak
alongside black beans, salad, grilled onions and a side of the rice of
the day. Don’t leave without trying the horchata.

Coolgreens
14201 N. May
coolgreens.com
286-9304

It’s
impossible to resist the array of fresh options you have here. Try the
wild sockeye salmon, honey-glazed salmon with mixed greens, cumin black
beans and sun-dried tomatoes. Prefer something sweet? Try the original
tart frozen yogurt.


Kang’s Asian Sushi Bar & Bistro
6600 N. Olie
kangsasiankitchen.com
840-1234

Its
summer roll, obviously a fitting seasonal selection, is a delightful
combination of shrimp, rice noodles, mixed greens, hoisin and peanut
sauce. Pair that with a bowl of miso soup, and you’ve got yourself a
light and delicious meal.

Venue 104 Bistro & Catering
10400 S. Western
venue1040ok.publishpath.com
691-6544

On
the bistro side of Venue 104, you’ll find Creole crab cake as well as
goat cheese and sweet pepper jam fondue for appetizers. Dig into the
herb-crusted beef tenderloin or chicken Florentine for dinner. For
dessert: chocolate mousse torte or bread pudding.

Photos by Shannon Cornman and Mark Hancock

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