These 7 Unique Restaurants In Oklahoma Will Give You An Unforgettable Dining Experience

Oklahoma is not only known for some truly delicious restaurants but also some definitely unique settings. From the romantic at heart to country in soul to even a murder mystery or two, take a look (or stab) at some of these unique restaurants in Oklahoma that made our list of the best.

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Unique Restaurants in Oklahoma

October 08, 2021

Where are some of the best places to eat in Oklahoma? 

When it comes to great places to eat in Oklahoma, never ever count the Sooner State out! Oklahoma is home to a plethora of excellent places to eat, each of which have countless rave reviews (and for good reason). Some of the highest-rated restaurants in the state are in or around Oklahoma City (unsurprisingly); this includes locel gems like The Jones Assembly, on West Sheridan Avenue, Charleston’s Restaurant, on South Meridian Avenue, and Cheever’s Café on North Hudson. Of course, there are always the local legends, too, like Cattlemen’s Steakhouse (also in OKC) and Clicks Steakhouse, which is in Pawnee. There’s also The Diner, in Norman, which is known around the entire Sooner State for its to-die-for home-cooked dishes and homey atmosphere. For more of our favorite places to eat in Oklahoma, take a look at this list.  

What are some interesting things to do in Oklahoma? 

When in Oklahoma, there’s plenty more to do than just get food (though that IS an important thing to do, of course). If you’re in Oklahoma City, you can’t miss must-see spots like the National Memorial and the splendid Museum of Art. If nature is more your forte, you’ll love any one of Oklahoma’s amazing state parks (of which there are 35) like Natural Falls State Park which features a stunning waterfall and some of the most incredibly lush paradise you’ve ever known, and Great Salt Plains State Park, which has a fascinatingly “dead” landscape that will make you feel as if you’ve been transported to a totally new place. The Chickasaw National Recreation Area is another must-do if you’re a nature fanatic, as it shows Oklahoma at its very best.