Sometimes after a long, hard day at work, the last thing in the world you want to do is cook dinner. Luckily, Oklahoma has tons of restaurants that offer up home-cooked meals that will fill your belly and warm your soul. Load the family in the car and head to one of these 10 yummy restaurants tonight.
1. The Old Plantation Restaurant, Medicine Park
When you're starving, but you just can't fathom firing up the stove, head to The Old Plantation Restaurant in Medicine Park. This cozy restaurant offers up plenty of comfort food, and the portions are huge. Try the chicken fry sandwich. 170 East Lake Drive, Medicine Park.
2. Uncle Vinnie's NY Pizza, Broken Arrow
You could throw a frozen pizza in the oven...or you could head to Uncle Vinnie's for a New York-style pie that will taste a million times better. The XL pie, pictured here, will feed a hungry family. 322 W. Kenosha Street, Broken Arrow.
3. Jincy's Kitchen, Park Hill
When you're treating yourself on the weekend, take a drive to Jincy's Kitchen. It's off the beaten path, but the restaurant is quaint and adorable, and the comfort food here is delish. Jincy's is only open Friday through Sunday for dinner from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. 31393 S. Qualls Road, Park Hill.
4. Ty's Hamburgers, Tulsa
When you're craving a burger but you don't want to drag out your grill, head to Ty's Hamburgers in Tulsa. The burgers are fresh and delicious and the onion rings and curly fries are plentiful (the rings in this photo are a half order!). 1534 S. Harvard Avenue, Tulsa.
5. Catfish Corner, Ardmore
When the family can't choose between Mexican food and seafood, there's an easy solution: Catfish Corner. This little hole-in-the-wall place has some delicious, tender catfish and tangy coleslaw...and it also serves up some incredible Mexican dishes! 914 S. Commerce Street, Ardmore.
6. Pig Skin's BBQ, Ada
Visit Pig Skin's BBQ for some of the best ribs in Oklahoma. If you're going to skip cooking, you might as well eat award-winning food, right? The ribs are tangy and delicious and the portions are plentiful. 1510 Hoppe Blvd., Ada.
7. Savoy Restaurant, Tulsa
No one feels like cooking breakfast on the weekend, right? Savoy Restaurant is a family-owned business that's been around forever, and there's good reason. All the food here is prepared from scratch, and it's delicious! Pictured is the Farmer's Breakfast...yum. 6033 S. Sheridan Road, Tulsa.
8. Pete's Place, Krebs
When you've had a hard day at work, you need tasty comfort food. Pete's Place has delicious pasta, served up family-style, so it's just like eating at home...without the cooking. 120 S. 8th St W.,
9. Nic's Grill, Oklahoma City
Treat yourself to a burger and fries at Nic's Grill. The meat is always fresh-ground, and this is one burger that will fall apart in your mouth when you eat it. 1201 N. Pennsylvania Avenue, Oklahoma City.
10. The Boundary On 66, Luther
For excellent service and delicious BBQ, visit The Boundary On 66. These folks treat you like family and the food is so good, you'll be tempted to skip cooking every week. 16001 E. Highway 66, Luther.
What’s your favorite restaurant to visit when you don’t want to cook dinner? Tell us in the comments!
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