Oklahoma Dining January 29, 2017
This Ultimate Burger Bucket List In Oklahoma Will Make Your Mouth Water
What’s better than a juicy, handmade burger, accompanied by the perfect fries or onion rings? We can’t think of anything we’d rather have! We’ve created an ultimate burger bucket list for you, so that you’ll hit all the best burger joints in the state!
1. Sooner Dairy Lunch, Norman
For a bit of nostalgia and a tasty little burger, head to Sooner Dairy Lunch. It opened back in 1954 and it's still going strong. Bring cash - they don't take credit cards. 1820 W. Main Street,
2. Nic's Grill, Oklahoma City
Enormous burgers made with fresh beef, dripping with cheese and accompanied by perfectly crispy yet tender curly fries. It doesn't get better than this! 1201 N. Pennsylvania Avenue, Oklahoma City.
3. Tucker's Onion Burgers, Oklahoma City and Norman
The onion burger came about as a way to stretch hamburger meat during the lean 1920s. It turns out that people really loved their hamburger meat infused with plenty of grilled onions! Visit one of the three Oklahoma City locations, or the location in Norman. Get the locations and hours
4. S&B's Burger Joint, Oklahoma City
With so many delicious burger choices, you might find it hard to make a decision. Order a couple sliders, instead - problem solved! This local chain has several locations. See them all
5. Patty Wagon, Oklahoma City
This locally-owned burger joint serves up some seriously delicious burgers. The restaurants gets all its hamburgers from locally-raised, grass-fed beef. 3600 N. May Avenue, Oklahoma City.
6. Fat Guy's Burger Bar, Tulsa and Broken Arrow
The "Home of the Fat and Juicy," Fat Guy' Burger Bar puts
butter on their burgers, along with the cheese. The result? Tender meat, dripping with cheesy goodness. 140 N. Greenwood and 7945 S. Memorial Drive in Tulsa; 1009 N. Elm Street in Broken Arrow.
7. BGB Brownies Gourmet Burgers, Tulsa
BGB Brownies Gourmet Burgers are just that - gourmet. You'll find unusual toppings and delicious, dressed-up fries. 1730 Utica Square, Tulsa.
8. Hank's Hamburgers, Tulsa
This little spot has been grilling up burgers since 1949. If you want a really, really BIG burger, try the Big Okie - an entire pound of burger love. 8933 E. Admiral Place, Tulsa.
9. Ron's Hamburgers and Chili, Owasso
This little family-owned restaurant makes the best cheeseburger you'll ever eat. 9100 N. Garnett Road, Owasso.
10. Pops Restaurant and Gas Station, Arcadia
Pops is famous for its huge selection of pop, but the burgers are really good, too. And of course, you'll have tons of options for your beverage! 660 W. Highway 66, Arcadia.
11. Folger's Drive-In, Ada
This tiny mom-n-pop shop serves up tasty burgers, and it's a long-standing tradition in Ada. Get there early - seating is limited. 406 E. Main Street, Ada.
12. Rock Cafe, Stroud
This fun restaurant along Highway 66 was featured in the Pixar movie "Cars." The burgers, fries and onion rings are all delicious. 114 W. Main Street, Stroud.
13. Colemans Bakery, Okmulgee
This hidden gem serves up hand-pressed burgers on toasted buns, and they're plenty fresh and tasty. 118 N. Seminole Avenue, Okmulgee.
14. Sid's Diner, El Reno
This little burger joint has been featured on Food Network, and deservedly so. The burgers are fresh, handmade and to die for! 300 S. Choctaw Avenue, El Reno.
Did we miss your favorite? Tell us what else you’d add to this list!
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