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A T-Bird club that I sometimes meet with is looking to hold their next meeting near the aquarium in Jenks. Is there any good "diners" that they could meet at? Would like to have a decent parking lot, in case anyone brings their 'Birds and be reasonably priced.
1969 ForDor Thunderbird
2006 Dodge Charger (wifes car)
2000 Ranger Regular cab
2.5L with A/C backed up by the 5 speed manual, 2WD.
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Im pretty sure they could hit bricktown. Good restraunts. But the price is what gets yea. I have a good buddy that works for the melting something food place. They make fondu and other wierd crap and its like 45-50 bucks a plate.
Im not sure, but the aqurium actually might have a diner near by. I havent been around in awhile. But i would definatly tell them to check out bricktown.
"Bricktown" is OKC bubba. If I'm not mistaken, I believe they are calling the Jenks river area "River Parks" (clearly taken from San Anton's "River Walk").
There are many places to eat around there---some cheap---some not so cheap. Like Jr. was saying above (hehe)---The Melting Pot is rather expensive---like he said, $40-$50 a plate (or pot in this case). There are other restraunts---Sutphens BBQ, KFC, Arby's, Sonic, Mazzio's, Nothing but Noodles... err... many others up main street. Also, just across the bridge and a little north is a great steak house---though I cannot recall the name.
What about eating at the Aquarium? My cousin goes to their food court just for some chicken something or another. I don't think you have to pay for entrance, but I don't know that for sure. But in Jenks or around Jenks.. Chimi's for mexican food is good, they're more like 81st and Lewis though. But the BBQ place (I think it's Sutphens) in downtown Jenks is really good, I haven't been there in probably 5 years but they were really good then. There used to be the Jenks' Diner on the main street but I heard they got shut down. I don't go that way much anymore..
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