These 14 Restaurants In Oklahoma Don’t Look Like Much…But WOW They’re Good
Although Oklahomans know some of the best food in the state isn’t always served in fancy restaurants, we’ve all probably snubbed over some delicious food because the outside appearance didn’t look like much. But many times these unassuming restaurants are hidden treasures that, if given a chance, will have your taste buds exploding. Here are 14 restaurants in Oklahoma that don’t look like much, but WOW they’re good.
If you’ve visited any of these restaurants in Oklahoma that don’t look like much but have incredible food, what menu recommendations do you have for fellow readers? Please share in the comments below.
For more dining options, check out this list of mom-and-pop restaurants in Oklahoma that serve home-cooked meals to die for.
Restaurants In Oklahoma That Don't Look Like Much
What are the best hidden gem restaurants in Oklahoma?
The best food is usually found at places that are maybe out of the way or in an unassuming location. Around Oklahoma, you can find several such places where you can probably find your next best meal. Flo’s Burgers in Catoosa has some of the best burgers that are juicy and large and come with a fresh-baked bun and hand-cut fries. Hi-Way Cafe in Vinita serves amazing breakfast, including cinnamon rolls, all day long. For more information on these and several other hidden gem restaurants, head to this post.
What are the most unique restaurants in Oklahoma?
One of the most unique restaurants in the state is Harbor Grill, a floating restaurant located on Keystone Lake. Whether you choose to sit indoors or outside, it’s the perfect summertime spot for a good meal with views. At Trapper’s Fishcamp & Grill, a cajun restaurant in Oklahoma City, what’s most unusual is the decor. With taxidermy adorning the walls, you’ll feel as though you’ve stepped into a lodge or cabin of sorts. There is also a tank with live alligators.
What are the most popular foods in Oklahoma?
Oklahoma is probably best known for its fried onion burgers and barbecue and also southern fare like fried okra, cornbread, chicken-fried steak, grits, and pecan pie. You are sure to find a hearty and delicious meal just about everywhere you go in the state.