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Located in Oklahoma City's Plaza District, Saints is an Irish restaurant and pub with delicious cuisine, modern decor, a full bar and live entertainment. In traditional Irish fashion, the food is true to its homeland with items like lamb and barley or potato and leek stew, and baked courgettes, which is sliced zucchini baked with Irish cheddar. Don't fill up on the appetizer, because you'll want to save room for the rest of your meal.
Depending on your hunger level, you can order a small plate or big plate. Small plates include smoked salmon potato cakes, lamb pie and rashers and hash, which is potato and carrot hash with Irish bacon and a fried egg. Big plates include a mustard baked chicken sandwich, the O'Patty loaf sandwich and banger dogs, an Irish banger sausage topped with sweet pickle relish, stone ground mustard, and a side of roasted fingerling potatoes. For dessert, try the chocolate molten Guinness cake or the Irish cream cheesecake.
Each Monday at Saints is movie night, where you can see a variety of popular films like "Groundhog Day" and "The Big Lebowski." Saints also has live entertainment various nights of the week. Check out their full bar with extensive whiskey, spirits, wine and beer list for your favorite brew.