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THE BREAKFAST CLUB

ANTOINETTE BAKING CO. 207 N . MA I N ST. | T ULSA Antoinette’s is famous for its Friday and Saturday pie nights — a celebration of delicious dessert with nightly specials so good, you’ll wish you could eat a slice of everything. What you may not know is Antoinette serves breakfast too. Get there when they open if you want fresh muffins or scones du jour, sausage rolls and similar items. Come a little later if you want to test out their breakfast menu, which changes daily and can include items like buttermilk fried chicken biscuits, sourdough French toast, and corn and tomato cobbler.

Forget the cheap coffee and cold cereal. It’s time to check out our 21 sunrise suggestions to nurture your appetites before tackling the day. BY MICHELE CHIAPPETTA AND ROB HARMON

Breakfast: It’s the most important meal of the day. Do you treat yourself to it? If not, why not? Not only does breakfast supercharge you and get your metabolism going, especially if you opt for healthy proteins and nutritious fruits and vegetables. It also boosts your mood, especially if you spend it with family and friends or have some “me” time with that extra cup of coffee before you tackle your busy daily activities. Going out for breakfast can be one of the best treats you’ll give yourself. Imagine all the delectable food and drinks you can enjoy in a restaurant that you simply won’t get around

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to making at home. From a classic breakfast of eggs and bacon cooked for you so you can leisurely chat with pals, to a gigantic homemade cinnamon roll so soft you know you’d never make it successfully in your own kitchen, the breakfast options are many, fun, delicious and surprisingly affordable. Give yourself a chance to get away from your cereal and oatmeal with a visit to one of Green Country’s favorite spots for a substantial breakfast any day of the week. Here are some of the hot spots you have to visit. Some are old favorites, others are edgy and fresh, but all of them will have you coming back for more.

BLUE MOON CAFE 3512 S. PEORI A AVE. | T ULSA With its many dining and shopping options, Brookside often draws Tulsans for an evening out or a Saturday afternoon stroll with friends. But if you’re in the mood for starting your day there with an early meal, stop by Blue Moon. This funky, creative spot features popular casual dishes like migas (eggs and tortilla chips scrambled, topped with melted cheddar and ranchero sauce), bagels with lox (smoked salmon, sliced tomato, red onion, capers and cream cheese), quiche, buttermilk pancakes and more.

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Where to Dine. What to Do. Where to Find It. When It's Happening. Preview 918 For over 30 years, Preview has been the best resource for dis...

August 2017 (Vol. 31, No. 8)  

Where to Dine. What to Do. Where to Find It. When It's Happening. Preview 918 For over 30 years, Preview has been the best resource for dis...