Norman /ˈnɔːrmən/ is a city in the U.S. state of Oklahoma 20 miles (30 km) south of downtown Oklahoma City in its metropolitan area. The population was 110,925 at the 2010 census. Norman's estimated population of 120,284 in 2015 makes it the third-largest city in Oklahoma, and the city serves as the county seat of Cleveland County.
Things to do in Norman
4.5 based on 251 reviews
I discovered The Greek House when I was in high school in the early 80's...it was my first ever experience with a Gyro. I fell in love immediately and to this day, still haven't found a Gyro as good or as large. I don't live in Norman anymore but when I come home to visit, always try and make a stop at one of my favorite old haunts. I was concerned with new owners that things would change for the worse. Luckily, they have not.
4.5 based on 231 reviews
Ray's is to BBQ what mashed potatoes are to comfort food. There's nothing about it that blows you away, but you'll keep going back to it, because it tastes & feels good. There's nothing that shouts let's go here for a special occasion, but you'll go back because you're hungry. The building screams converted Pizza Hut, but once you're mouth starts watering, you don't care.
I rate it average, because it's not KC BBQ kind of good, but it is worth a stop when in Norman.
4.5 based on 279 reviews
Chips 'N Ales is an English pub-inspired restaurant operating inside Riverwind Casino. The menu includes pub favorites such as fresh, beer-battered Alaskan cod, chicken tenders and shrimp. Chips 'N Ales' most popular items include the All American Sandwich, the Chicken Pot Pie and Irish Nachos.
It’s a pub oasis inside the Riverwind casino. Really your best food option in the place. Nice menu, not too big but plenty to chose from. Nice cozy seating and lighting. Fish and chips are great. Chicken Pot Pie also. There may be a wait, but it will be worth it. Not into gambling. No gambling on this place, it is good.
4.5 based on 296 reviews
Serving friend and family a delicious meal in your home is deeply embedded in Mexican culture. With that in mind, Ted Curtis, our founder, set out to create a welcoming restaurant inspired by that experience. We are rooted in serving the best Mexican food, made from the freshest premium-quality ingredients, served with unsurpassed hospitality. Since the first Ted's Café Escondido restaurant opened in 1991, we have stayed true to these founding principles, without compromise. At Ted's, you are not just a customer, but our guest. We strive to make each of our guests feel welcome and special. We are passionate about continuing to prepare our fresh delicious food daily, by hand. We are dedicated to serving you with humility and heart. Our goal is to exceed your expectations on each and every visit!
Have eaten here many times. The food has always been good as well as the service. They have a chicken enchilada with a white sauce, I think it was called a cream sauce, that is very good. I may be a gringo, but beware of...MoreWe're happy to hear you enjoy it! We appreciate your review and look forward to welcoming you back for more enchiladas sometime soon. We'll hold the atomic salsa! See you around, Ted's Management
4.5 based on 196 reviews
Just stumbled on to this restaurant and we were very pleased. The burgers are real hamburger meat. We had a bacon burger and the onion burger. Both were amazing. French Fries were as good as the burgers. One order of fries is large enough for two. Friendly staff. Great atmosphere. Would highly recommend.
4.5 based on 230 reviews
It seemed for a few visits that the food quality had been slipping. The recent visit was great. Great quality. Solid service. It's back!
4.5 based on 525 reviews
Excellent food and service. Tacos, enchiladas, fajitas and salsa are wonderful. The service is excellent. You often have to wait to get seated but it’s worth the wait.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
A justifiably popular local breakfast place. Excellent choice of tex-mex inspired breakfast options ... and the chorizo omelette was delicious. Food is prepped fresh, so don't expect to dine and dash.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
SH 9 just east of 72nd ave SE. South side of the road
We have eaten at Whispering Pines a number of times. Always a wonderful experience.
Immediately when you enter a peacefully relaxing calm comes over you.
The food is always delicious-the service is without fault.
We have been there for birthdays, anniversies , and other special times. With all the
people we have been with--no one has been disappointed.
We can recommend it unconditionally.
So sad that people have spread hear says without knowledge of that they speak (write.)
4.5 based on 245 reviews
In a dining landscape dominated by Saltgrass; Red Lobster & BJ’s - it’s great to visit an old school and traditional local restaurant.
Legend’s has everything from the surly bartender, to the over-eager college student server, to the house mom overseeing the entire operation.
Mix-in a musician playing Johnny Cash & Allman Brothers hits on a piano in the middle of the place - and you are set for a unique dining experience.
Food - Try the artichoke dip - it’s really good
FYI - say hi to Gregg Kennedy, the piano player. Although we stumped him on most of our song requests - he kills Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash! Really interesting guy with a story or two about life on the road chasing gigs.
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