Sunday, February 21, 2010

Some Place for Lunch



There's certainly no lack in sandwich options throughout the metro area, but perhaps it's time you try someplace else.

Someplace Else A Deli & Bakery, located in Oklahoma City on Western Avenue just south of NW 23rd, is a great choice for all your sandwich favorites, and an even better place to stumble upon a new favorite. The restaurant, which is locally owned and operated by Peggy and David Carty, was established in 1976.

The offer pretty standard sandwich options, such as hoagies, but also have some choices outside of the norm, like avocado and cream cheese (a great option for vegetarians). They also have a large assortment of desserts, including cookies and lemon squares. Perhaps the best part is that they bake everything (including the bread) themselves, for utmost freshness.

The environment is very pleasant, and the people are very nice. Most of the employees have been working there for sometime, so it is a very easy place to get used to. It is a great place for families to go, and Peggy Carty really enjoys what it's become.

“I still work every single day,” Carty said “and it's a lot of families that come back so now we're seeing children and grandchildren, and within generations it's evolved.”

The restaurant has over the years gained quite a strong following, as the people Oklahoma love its combination of environment and food.

“It's very quaint and laid back,” Oklahoma City native Alison Delucca said. “I've been coming here for years and the food is really great, and the owner's so nice.”

Someplace Else is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 6:30 p.m., and on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until 4 p.m., but is closed on Sundays. It's a great place for a quick lunch, and they even offer catering options, such as party subs and vegetable trays.

“It's all pretty casual in here, and we really like it,” Carty said.

1 Comments:

At February 23, 2010 at 7:21 AM , Blogger Julie J said...

Ryan,
Good start on getting the human element into your stories, but remember mine - and the classes - concern: do not get lost in the food of the story. Tell the people story instead. OR go ahead and tell a story all about the food in the form of the "signature dish" idea. Do an informal poll while you are there with the customers - what is their favorite? In other words, give us more than a menu would. And watch out for your photos. A bit dark here,

julie

 

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