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Cattlemen's makes the bucket list of the best restaurants in Oklahoma for their superb aged-steaks. They have been nominated for many awards over the years, including "The 10 Best Steakhouses in America." For over 100 years, Cattlemen's has been known for their unique history, but mainly for their terrific food.
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Cattlemen's Steakhouse
1309 S Agnew Ave
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Cattlemen's makes the bucket list of the best restaurants in Oklahoma for their superb aged-steaks. They have been nominated for many awards over the years, including "The 10 Best Steakhouses in America." For over 100 years, Cattlemen's has been known for their unique history, but mainly for their terrific food.
As a top contender in the state for best barbeque, Burn Co. will not let you down. In fact, it will blow you away. The long lines that form even before they open, are a testament to the mouthwatering BBQ they serve.
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Burn Co Barbeque
1738 South Boston Avenue
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As a top contender in the state for best barbeque, Burn Co. will not let you down. In fact, it will blow you away. The long lines that form even before they open, are a testament to the mouthwatering BBQ they serve.
This locally owned grilled cheese shop is like a child’s dream come true, except for adults: think the foods of your youth but with a grown-up twist.
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The Mule
1630 North Blackwelder Avenue
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This locally owned grilled cheese shop is like a child’s dream come true, except for adults: think the foods of your youth but with a grown-up twist.
The Sooner State may be known for its steaks, but the Loaded Bowl is a vegetarian-friendly godsend. What began as Oklahoma’s first-ever vegan food truck quickly became a staple of OKC’s veggie foodie scene.
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The Loaded Bowl
1211 SW 2nd St
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The Sooner State may be known for its steaks, but the Loaded Bowl is a vegetarian-friendly godsend. What began as Oklahoma’s first-ever vegan food truck quickly became a staple of OKC’s veggie foodie scene.
A must-visit local haunt that serves fresh, seasonal American favorites prepared using locally-sourced ingredients, whenever available.
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Packard's
201 Northwest 10th Street
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A must-visit local haunt that serves fresh, seasonal American favorites prepared using locally-sourced ingredients, whenever available.
Taste your way around Tokyo without leaving the Oklahoma City.
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Tokyo Japanese Restaurant
7516 North Western Avenue
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Taste your way around Tokyo without leaving the Oklahoma City.
Crispy, yummy, gooey, cheesy works of art masquerading as pizza are the stars of this restaurant.
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Empire Slice House
1734 Northwest 16th Street
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Crispy, yummy, gooey, cheesy works of art masquerading as pizza are the stars of this restaurant.
Oklahoma invented the fried onion burger during the Depression, and the world hasn’t been the same since. It’s simple—just onions, meat and a bun—and yet somehow transcendent. Tucker’s has the best onion burgers in the city, and possibly the state, which is really saying something. Order a double with fries and add a side salad if you want a good laugh: the Tucker’s “salad” is actually made of Fritos, pinto beans, cheddar cheese and a handful of iceberg lettuce leaves.
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Tucker's Onion Burgers
324 Northwest 23rd Street
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Oklahoma invented the fried onion burger during the Depression, and the world hasn’t been the same since. It’s simple—just onions, meat and a bun—and yet somehow transcendent. Tucker’s has the best onion burgers in the city, and possibly the state, which is really saying something. Order a double with fries and add a side salad if you want a good laugh: the Tucker’s “salad” is actually made of Fritos, pinto beans, cheddar cheese and a handful of iceberg lettuce leaves.
If you ask a slew of local Okies for dining recommendations, Cheever’s Cafe will likely be the first place mentioned by them all. Cheever’s is an institution, with the kind of high-caliber comfort food that’s unique to Oklahoma—think chicken fried steak smothered in jalapeno cream gravy—and wholly delicious. Don’t leave without tasting the famous bleu cheese potato chips, salty homemade chips tossed in a creamy blue cheese sauce.
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Cheever's Cafe
2409 North Hudson Avenue
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If you ask a slew of local Okies for dining recommendations, Cheever’s Cafe will likely be the first place mentioned by them all. Cheever’s is an institution, with the kind of high-caliber comfort food that’s unique to Oklahoma—think chicken fried steak smothered in jalapeno cream gravy—and wholly delicious. Don’t leave without tasting the famous bleu cheese potato chips, salty homemade chips tossed in a creamy blue cheese sauce.
Though you may not immediately associate Oklahoma City with decent Chinese food, one meal at Szechuan Bistro will banish that thought from your brain entirely. Guests can order from one of two menus, one featuring Americanized offerings and the other highlighting authentic dishes. No matter your choice, prepare for a multisensory experience unlike any other.
Szechuan Bistro
1010 West Memorial Road
Though you may not immediately associate Oklahoma City with decent Chinese food, one meal at Szechuan Bistro will banish that thought from your brain entirely. Guests can order from one of two menus, one featuring Americanized offerings and the other highlighting authentic dishes. No matter your choice, prepare for a multisensory experience unlike any other.
Flip’s is a local hang, through and through, and it’s unlikely to make any Bon Appetit best-of list anytime soon—which is exactly why you should go. This bustling Italian trattoria on Western Avenue boasts a great, festive atmosphere and a comfy outdoor patio that’s perfect for wine-guzzling and summer night socializing. Try any of the pastas or the whole wheat thin-crust pizzas.
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Flip's Wine Bar & Trattoria
5801 North Western Avenue
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Flip’s is a local hang, through and through, and it’s unlikely to make any Bon Appetit best-of list anytime soon—which is exactly why you should go. This bustling Italian trattoria on Western Avenue boasts a great, festive atmosphere and a comfy outdoor patio that’s perfect for wine-guzzling and summer night socializing. Try any of the pastas or the whole wheat thin-crust pizzas.
Whether you’re looking for a spot to nurse your hangover or a quaint place to take your grandma for lunch, this lovely little joint is the place to be. Order the hearty buttermilk pancakes with a side of homemade thyme biscuits to soak up last night’s liquids or, if you're trying to be good, sample the savory lentil hummus bowl.
Aurora
Whether you’re looking for a spot to nurse your hangover or a quaint place to take your grandma for lunch, this lovely little joint is the place to be. Order the hearty buttermilk pancakes with a side of homemade thyme biscuits to soak up last night’s liquids or, if you're trying to be good, sample the savory lentil hummus bowl.
A cozy, tucked-away bar and restaurant in Oklahoma City’s historic Farmers Public Market district. This charming, atmospheric gem offers a simple yet tasty menu, great seasonal drinks and an inviting patio.
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Powerhouse
1228 SW 2nd St
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A cozy, tucked-away bar and restaurant in Oklahoma City’s historic Farmers Public Market district. This charming, atmospheric gem offers a simple yet tasty menu, great seasonal drinks and an inviting patio.
An impeccably decked out warehouse-like space on Sheridan Avenue. Perfect for large groups.
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The Jones Assembly
901 W Sheridan Ave
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An impeccably decked out warehouse-like space on Sheridan Avenue. Perfect for large groups.