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Wild Heart serves up breakfast and lunch with daily specials. On Wednesday and Thursday they also offer dinner until 7 p.m.


The breakfast menu offers options from omelets to poached eggs to chicken-fried steak, waffles, French toast, and breakfast sandwiches with a choice of meat, cheese, eggs, and bread. The most popular breakfast items are the omelets. The Wild Heart omelet is loaded with smoked turkey, ham, sausage, American cheese, provolone, white American, cheddar, sweet onions and fresh mushrooms. It’s served with your choice of southern breakfast potatoes or a fruit cup, and your choice of bread. The potatoes are crispy and fluffy and nicely seasoned. For a lighter breakfast, the spinach and mushroom grilled onion omelet is a great start to your day. It’s fresh spinach with grilled Vidalia onions, Havarti, Monterey jack, and provolone. “The burgers are to die for,” Wicker says with a grin. They’re made with Angus beef and served on a soft brioche bun. For an explosion of taste, try the blue cheese Angus steak burger. It’s two Angus steak patties with a splash of Worcestershire. Nestled between the burgers is a thick layer of creamy blue cheese and provolone. It’s dressed with red PULLED PORK onion, lettuce, mustard, and served on a toasted bun. It looks SANDWICH great and gets even better when you bite into it. The sharp blue cheese blends with the meaty burger for a taste sensation that makes you stop and savor. It comes with a choice of sides from soups to chips to side salads. Wicker’s favorite item is the Tuscan Sub, named for Catoosa high school football coach Aaron Meier. It is another not-to-be-missed treat. Served on crusty French bread, this sandwich is loaded with ham, cotto salami, genoa salami, black olives, onions, tomatoes, shredded lettuce, cheddar and other cheeses, and topped with a surprisingly spicy mustard. It’s a sandwich with complex flavors and textures that

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will satisfy your eyes, taste buds and tummy. There’s a selection of fresh, delicious salads including the house salad, the Caesar salad, and the roast beef salad, which are all solid choices. The chef salad, though, is hard to beat. Loaded with shaved ham, shaved turkey, hard-boiled eggs, pineapple, topped with croutons and served with a toasted baguette, it’s a delicious choice for a lighter lunch that still satisfies. The sides are all great, but do consider trying the soups. The chicken tortilla soup is loaded with chicken, cheese, Vidalia onion, fire roasted chilies, and fresh spices. You’ve had tortilla soup before, but this one is special. The potato soup is rich, hearty, creamy, with thin sliced potato, real cream and farm fresh butter, Vidalia onion, garlic, ranch, and four cheeses and finished with a hint of pepper. The chicken noodle is thick with noodles, chicken, and veggies. If you’re lucky enough to be there when broccoli cheddar is the soup of the day, be sure to give it a try. Cheddary and rich, creamy and smooth, with plenty of broccoli to complement the cheese. On the dinner menu, look for pulled pork. It’s smoked by Wicker’s dad, Greg, and topped with Head Country sauce. The pork melts in your mouth, full of smoke and sauce. Dad’s BBQ is not to be missed. Also on the dinner menu is mom’s chicken Alfredo: tender chunks of white meat chicken, served with two sides and hot bread. You can get it traditionally creamy or spicy. “We’re all about good food and good service,” says Wicker.



501 S. Cherokee St. | Catoosa 918-739-4754 Monday-Tuesday: 8 a.m.- 2p.m. Wednesday-Thursday: 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday-Saturday: 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday: Closed

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