Founded in 1910, Cattlemen's Steakhouse is one of the oldest restaurants in Oklahoma, and for more than 100 years it has served thousands of people. Diners will find roasted perfection on the menu, with options like brisket, burnt ends, full slabs of ribs, dry-aged steaks the list goes on-and-on. Besides the delicious beef, they are also famous for their lamb fries, a most unusual delicacy (be sure to ask your server to describe them to you). Additionally, if you are here for breakfast, Cattlemen's is the spot because the kitchen heaps generous portions onto plates perfect for sharing at super reasonable prices.
This restaurant which features farm-to-fork ingredients is elegant, cozy and propelled by creativity in the kitchen. The menu highlights include the constantly changing Charcuterie plate, meticulously prepared entrees like the Ponderosa Farms Duck Meatballs and the perfectly Pan Roasted Neah Bay Ling Cod, alongside their exquisite desserts. Don't forget about their extensive wine list, it has varietals from across the globe and every glass can be matched with your meal. Overall, this restaurant could rival any other in San Francisco or New York City with its impeccable service, outstanding ambiance and innovative dishes.
In Nichols Hills, you will find this upscale casual American bistro serving a large variety of foods from fresh seafood and steak to pasta and liver and onions. The most popular menu item, the half-roasted chicken with garlic is served with vegetables and whipped potatoes, it truly is sublime simplicity. While the atmosphere is a bit on the fancier side, with white tablecloths and candles on each table, the attitude is still casual.
In the heart of Bricktown, this two-story restaurant and bar is a hot spot for the young, single after-work crowd. Upstairs you will find a large, very casual bar area where you can enjoy live music on Fridays and Saturdays. Downstairs is a casual restaurant and lounge area, which is a little more family-friendly. The chefs cook up quite a variety here, including pork, chicken, steak, fish, sandwiches and burgers. The steaks are the most popular items on the menu. In addition to dinner, the bar has a great lunch menu with many of the same items, only at a better price.
Paseo Grill is located in the heart of Paseo Arts District with lovely Spanish colonial style galleries in view. The menu features American classics heavily influenced by contemporary styles. Sample the Cherry Wood Smoked Salmon with Hearts of Palm and Artichoke Medley, Chicken Saltimbocca and Surf & Turf, for a blend of flavors to appease your taste-buds. The passionate red walls, lush drapes and mood-enhancing lighting make a great backdrop for a date, family meal or a private event.
This intimate dinner restaurant proves that a frontier decor can be authentic, but still elegant. The interior of the low-lit dining room is filled with sturdy western-style furnishings with rich leather accents. Appetizers include seafood and salad dishes and are delicious, but the real treat here is a steak cooked up by Chef Hobart. The Prime Fillet is a popular choice. After following up with coffee and dessert your visit will be worthwhile.
The Melting Pot features tasty renditions of the Swiss classic, fondue, in an upscale yet inviting ambiance. Indulge in the cheese fondue with perfectly complementing wine alternatives or opt for its romantic chocolate counterpart served with exotic fruits. Fine dining at its best, this communal meal is best shared with family and friends, and promises a memorable experience.
Mickey Mantle's, awarded many times since its opening, is definitely one of Oklahoma's places to see and be seen; it is frequently occupied by celebrities and other locals of note. The dining area is spacious and despite the huge floor area - 10,000 square feet - there is a feeling of seclusion and intimacy. The menu is short but each dish is prepared to its utmost potential. There is a full bar and Mickey Mantle's is also a fantastic restaurant to consider for your next private or corporate event. Reservations are recommended.
You will find French, southwest American, Italian and fusion cuisine on the menu at this intimate restaurant in Bricktown. With inside seating for 82 maximum, this restaurant is very small and romantic. You can sit on the patio cafe style and watch the passers-by. There is a full bar and a large wine list in this unusual restaurant. Try the Salmon au Poivre or the Seafood Diane if you are in the mood for something from the sea. The pasta dishes are very popular as well.
A renovated 1930s warehouse, this club has retained historical touches like hardwood floors, retro furnishings and picturesque accessories. Old-fashioned lighted globes add to the mellow ambiance. There are a variety of drinks that are served from the 100-year-old antique bar. The food on menu has a southwestern flavor; featuring favorites like mesquite smoked chicken and Cajun catfish. The Hall also has banquet seating available, perfect for parties and business meetings.
This Cajun restaurant is famous for its crab boil; it's famously dumped straight onto your paper-covered table for you to dive into. There's great blues and jazz music playing in the background of this New Orleans-style restaurant to really get you in the mood. If you are visiting in May, call about the Crawfish Festival, where you can enjoy live music, face painters, strolling entertainers and crawfish galore. Aside from seafood, you can also enjoy chicken and steak prepared the Cajun way. There is a full bar with a specialty drink list.