Edmond is well known for its fine dining. From local landmarks like Cafe 501, Boulevard Steakhouse, Lottinville Wood Grille and Kang’s Asian Bistro, to regional and national chains offering tradtional, family-style and ethnic cuisine, Edmond is home to nearly 200 restaurants suitable for any budget.
From a humble beginning as the “little lunch spot”, Cafe 501 is a great place for a healthy breakfast or Sunday brunch. The European-inspired cuisine not only tastes great, but looks divine.
- 501 Salad – Mixed greens, seasoned pumpkin seeds, blue cheese crumbles, Granny Smith apples and lemon vinaigrette make this a tasty and healthy lunch.
- Portobello Mushroom & Chicken Sandwich – Fresh Spinach, red bell peppers, jasmine rice, onions, and ranch dressing.
- Black Bean Quesadilla – Sausage, scrambled eggs, green chiles, cheddar & monterey jack cheese, black beans, pico de gallo, and sour cream – perfect for sharing at Sunday brunch.
McLaren’s Pantry is a no-muss, no fuss cheerful kind of place, clean and friendly, with plenty of room and a healthy sandwich menu. Click the link above for my interview with Cathy, owner of McLaren’s Pantry.
- Turkey Avacado Sandwich with Broccoli Salad