This Legendary Oklahoma Steakhouse is World Famous and a Favorite Among Celebrities
Imagine enjoying the best steak you've ever eaten while sitting in a booth where the Duke himself, John Wayne once sat and ate. This legendary Oklahoma steakhouse is world-famous and has seen celebrities of all types throughout the years. It's known across the Sooner State and even the Nation for its EPIC steaks.
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It's more than a legend this place is an Oklahoma landmark. It's one of, if not the oldest, restaurants in the state. It originally opened back in 1910 and has been going strong for over 113 years now. It's located in the historic Oklahoma City, OK. Stockyards, the Cattlemen's Cafe is an absolute must-try dining experience.
Cattlemen's Cafe in the Oklahoma City, OK. Stockyards is famous for their steaks
What makes the Cattlemen's Cafe so unusual is that it's one of the only steakhouses that are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. That's right you can grab a bite anytime day or night at Cattlemen's Cafe in OKC.
KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE SOONER STATE AND NATION FOR ITS EPIC STEAKS
They're open Monday through Thursday from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. and Sundays from 6:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. Located at 1309 S Agnew Ave, Oklahoma City, OK.
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Anytime is a good time to grab a bite at Cattlemen's Cafe. While you're there check out the "Wall of Fame." All kinds of celebrities, sports figures, actors, and even presidents have visited the restaurant for a tasty steak.
CELEBRITIES CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF OKLAHOMA CITY'S CATTLEMEN'S CAFE
Some of the famous faces who have eaten at Cattlemen's Cafe include Toby Keith, President Ronald Regan, Garth Brooks, Reba McEntire, President G.W. Bush, Ben Johnson, Dr. Phil, John Wayne, and many, many more.
Even the Duke himself, John Wayne ate at Cattlemen's Cafe in Oklahoma City, OK.
You never know who you might bump into at Cattlemen's Cafe in OKC. It isn't just the rich and famous who love this place, everyone who's ever eaten there is a HUGE FAN. The food and service are second to none.
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Throughout the years' Cattlemen's Cafe has gained a reputation for being one of the very best steakhouses in the U.S. It's won tons of awards and was even featured on the Travel Channel's "Man vs Food."
Watch Adam Richman of "Man vs Food" take on the Presidental t-bone at Cattlemen's Cafe
Not only is the Cattlemen's Cafe known for its incredible steaks and menu, but it's also well known for its amazing atmosphere and friendly staff. The service is awesome and when you're there, you're family.
CATTLEMEN'S CAFE HAS AN INCREDIBLE HISTORY AND AMAZING ATMOSPHERE
It's like you walked into the wild west, the atmosphere and history of Cattlemen's Cafe are as amazing as its food. It's very rustic and saloon-like, it you're a fan of westerns and western heritage you'll love this place.
Cattlemen's Cafe in OKC has been open since 1910 and is the oldest restaurant in Oklahoma
So the next time you're anywhere near the OKC Stockyards you'll definitely want to stop by Cattlemen's Cafe for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or maybe even all three. There's a lot to see and do in Stockyard City so you could easily make a day of it. I'm thinking it's the perfect quick weekend getaway or staycation destination.
CATTLEMEN'S CAFE IS LOCATED AT 1309 S. AGNEW AVE IN OKLAHOMA CITY, OK.
If you're looking to make the trip to Oklahoma City, OK. to the stockyards and want to visit the Cattlemen's Cafe get all the details and plan your trip at the official website here. You can also check them out on Facebook here. I know I'll be heading that way soon, I could use a short break and a good steak in my life.