Every Oklahoman loves a good mom and pop eatery, especially those in small towns of Oklahoma. A new breakfast and brunch diner just opened in Snyder, Oklahoma, and locals are already raving about it!

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Roosters in Snyder, Oklahoma, had its grand opening on January 24, and locals have already started gobbling up the goods.

Some of Roosters' house specials include the "Fat Roosters," which is an Oklahoma favorite of biscuits and gravy with bacon or sausage and eggs.

They also have "The Cyclone," named for the town's school mascot, which consist of biscuits split with sausage, cheese, egg and gravy served on top of hashbrowns.

And the fully remodeled exterior and interior is giving cozy modern farmhouse! Roosters is definitely proud of its Southwest Oklahoma roots.

And their menu has something for every kind of breakfast food lover! Whether your sweet tooth is craving pancakes or your carnivorous side has a hankering the Big Country Rooster Breakfast, you're sure to leave with a full and satisfied belly.

Eat At Roosters In Snyder, Oklahoma

Roosters is definitely a place for those early rising farmers. The breakfast diner is open from 5:30-11:30 a.m. Tuesday-Friday and 6:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday-Sunday. Roosters is located at 453 13th Street in Snyder, Oklahoma. For more information, check out the Roosters official Facebook page.

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