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Castle
810 North Council Road
Oklahoma City, OK 73127
Oklahoma County
Phone: (405) 787-7176
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by Adrian T. on
We stopped at this place on a hot afternoon with a huge hunger! The first impression was WOW! It was different, the staff was very friendly and helpfull. We decided to start with a salad and one side of French fries. The salad was ok with nothing special about it but on the other hand I think the fries were the best ones I ever had. As burgers I picked the southern which was very well put together, the only bad thing about it was it's size. I think I need at least two to satisfy my apetite. The lady tried the  lamburger and she liked the taste of it until she had the second bite and discovered a long hair laying around the meat (a curly one too, not saying where I think it was from)!!! The waitress was kind enough to offer us another burger to replace the "damaged" one but after finding that in your food I don't think you are hungry anymore. Overall impression was good but due to the fact that we found that thing in our food I will give it only 2 stars.
by G M. on
Cover 3 is a modern upscale addition to the neighborhood. Even though the parking lot was packed, we only waited 10 minutes to be seated. I had the Allendale Salad, with brick chicken {aka chunks of chicken}, apple smoked bacon (which I did not eat), walnuts, avocado, chopped egg and spinach. It was a pretty good salad and the chicken was very flavorful and not at all overly seasoned or cooked. If you are there for drinks, the sliders with fries make a nice sized nibbler and can be shared. They have a well stocked bar, with a good selection of whiskey and bourbons if you are into that. The patio was empty, but could have probably been occupied if some heaters were set out. If this place did brunch, the patio would be a perfect area to enjoy a cup of coffee and start your day. Overall the server was friendly, professional and did not rush us. I do feel like the crowd is a bit more upscale (polo shirts and button down shirts over t shirts) but not too upscale that you would feel out of place in jeans and sneakers.
by Derrick Jenne on
My first visit to Atlanta was in 2000, during my days as a penniless undergraduate. The leadership conference that I attended had put me up in a Peachtree Street hotel in downtown, but I wanted to extend my stay to enjoy the pleasures of the city. So I booked a stay at the Atlanta International Hostel, a short bus ride away from the hotel. The Atlanta International Hostel is conveniently located in Midtown Atlanta. This part of the city bustles with trendy and affordable restaurants, chain and independent shops, performance theaters, bars and nightclubs, and condos and sleepy southern mansions. Few hostels are as nestled within an urban core as this one is. The hostel itself is a three-story house on a main street intersection, two to three blocks away from the subway and bus stops. Though shared rooms are available, I was willing to "go broke" for a single room. There is a certain intangible energy to the place, owing largely to its tenants--Mid twenty-somethings from Europe, with a healthy mingling of homegrown granola types. While I no longer stay at hostels during my other travels, I have booked reservations with the Atlanta International Hostel during subsequent visits to the city. In addition to its convenient location and the energy I noted above, I found the bed and shower rooms to be well-kept (as hostels go), and the "concierge" to be welcoming and helpful. This is a family run business, after all.
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