Pay a visit to this former 1920s dance hall for fresh, homemade soups and sandwiches. Hollywood Corners, named for its former Hollywood tree landscaping and proximity to the intersection of Hwy 77 and Franklin, serves up breakfast and lunch fare sure to keep you stuffed. Order a Blazing Burrito with pepper-jack cheese, sausage and jalapenos or stick to a buffalo chicken melt, best enjoyed on the front porch by vintage gas station decor.
While this Norman restaurant does serve classic burgers and barbecue sandwiches inside the dining room, it's best known for its flatbread sandwiches like the Western Swing, packed with peppered turkey, freshly cooked bacon, white cheddar cheese, avocado and sriracha mayo. Be sure to take a seat and chow down on the outdoor patio during a live acoustic set for a full country deli dining experience.