Out to lunch: Souper lunch
3726 S. Peoria Ave., 918-749-3287; 6839 S. Yale Ave., 918-495-3511; 251 E. Hillside Drive, Broken Arrow, 918-355-9177
There’s nothing like a warm bowl of soup to take the chill out of a winter day.
Charleston’s soup calendar offers a new variation every day with something for everyone:
Monday: Roasted tomato and vegetable
Tuesday: Creamy chicken and noodle
Wednesday: Moss Point gumbo
Friday: New England clam chowder
Saturday: Chef’s choice
Sunday: Beef and vegetable
In addition to the calendar features, a creamy baked potato soup also is offered daily, giving diners two choices to please their palates.
Get your greens with Charleston’s soup and salad special, which pairs a bowl of soup with your choice of a Caesar or house salad.
Or start your meal with a cup of warm soup and add one of Charleston’s popular entrées. The extensive menu offers classic favorites, such as burgers and pasta, as well as specialties, such as barbecue baby back ribs. An impressive selection of salads, steaks, starters and sides rounds out the menu.
1748 Utica Square, 918-712-7470
Whether you’re out shopping with friends or spending time with family, sooner or later you’re going to need a lunch break. Stop in Stonehorse Café for a gourmet meal to recharge your batteries.
Seasonal selections, such as the curried sweet potato soup, are typical of the restaurant’s inventive menu. Pair your soup with a salad or choose from the long list of choices on the pizza menu. It is the perfect portion to split with a friend or take home for dinner.
Speaking of taking food home, stop in the adjacent Stonehorse Market for a wide selection of premium meats and vegetables. The market also offers a salad bar, complete with an expansive selection of toppings, including meats, vegetables, cheeses, nuts and dressings.
Don’t miss the market’s freezer case, stocked daily with frozen soups, meals and desserts — perfect to have on hand for company or for a quick meal.
Fresh-baked breads, appetizers, desserts and staples, such as milk, juice, eggs and fresh fruits and vegetables, also are available.
And don’t forget the cookies — the market offers a variety of frozen cookie dough options. The dough is pre-portioned into six large balls, so simply thaw and bake at 350 degrees for 10 to 15 minutes, serve with milk and you will have one happy family.