4 Restaurants in Oklahoma Where Your Meal Is Free If You Can Eat It All

Who doesn’t love a discounted meal or a buy-one-get-one-free deal, but what about a totally free meal? Sounds good, except for the fact that they are massively oversized, crazy portions that must be completely devoured in a specific time frame. These meals are not for the faint of heart, but if you think you are up for the challenge, here are four restaurants in Oklahoma where your meal is free if you can eat it all.

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Do you know of any other food challenges at restaurants in Oklahoma where your meal is free to add to our list? Go ahead and share them in the comments below.

Still hungry? Head to Oklahoma City and order a massive chicken sandwich at Burger Punk.

Address: 6744 NW 39th Expy, Bethany, OK 73008, USA
Address: 3409 Wynn Dr, Edmond, OK 73013, USA
Address: 100 S 3rd St, Noble, OK 73068, USA
Address: 140 N Greenwood Ave, Tulsa, OK 74120, USA
Address: 7945 S Memorial Dr, Tulsa, OK 74133, USA
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Restaurants In Oklahoma Where Your Meal Is Free

June 03, 2021

Where can I find the biggest burger in Oklahoma?

Each year that The Burger Day Festival in El Reno, Oklahoma happens, tribute is paid to the fried onion burger. With that, the world’s largest fried onion burger is made. Weighing in at around 750 pounds, this massive burger is made with 250 pounds of meat, 150 pounds of onions, and 350 pounds of buns. It is then topped with pickles and mustard and festival-goers can each get a piece of this iconic burger. For a more “normal-sized,” yet still a large burger, head to Big Ed’s Hamburgers & Gyros in Oklahoma City where you will find three different burgers on the menu that weigh over a pound. The Ed Burger is made with one pound of beef, cheese, and toppings with an eight-inch bun. This can feed between 2-4 people. The Big Ed Burger consists of two pounds of meat, eight slices of cheese, and toppings all on a 12-inch bun (enough to feed 6-8 people). But the biggest burger of them all is The Jumbo Ed Burger made with three pounds of beef and extra cheese, placed on a bun and cut up into eight pieces to serve up to eight people. Each meal comes with fries as well. 

Are there any other eating challenges in Oklahoma?

Take the Lakeside Monster Challenge at Lakeside Grill in Ponca City. See if you can devour this massive burger made with four half-pound patties, two buns which are actually grilled cheese sandwiches, and two large baskets worth of fries. Do you think you have what it takes to eat this monster burger? If you successfully complete the challenge, it’s free and you win a t-shirt! If you lose, then you have to pay.  

What are the best buffet restaurants in Oklahoma?

You can enjoy a delicious home-style buffet at Country Cottage in Locust Grove. At the buffet, you’ll find the fried chicken they have become famous for, chicken dumplings, several different salads and fruit (in case you want something a bit healthier), and, if you still have room, plenty of desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. Cajun King in Warr Acres offers traditional Cajun fare featuring comfort food, fried catfish, jambalaya, crawfish etouffee, frog legs, fried shrimp, and, of course, beignets! You’ll be transported to Louisiana the moment you step through the doors. Folks rave about this eatery, so you should make plans to go! 

Address: 6744 NW 39th Expy, Bethany, OK 73008, USA
Address: 3409 Wynn Dr, Edmond, OK 73013, USA
Address: 100 S 3rd St, Noble, OK 73068, USA
Address: 140 N Greenwood Ave, Tulsa, OK 74120, USA
Address: 7945 S Memorial Dr, Tulsa, OK 74133, USA