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Only in OKC – Cattleman’s Restaurant

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Looking for a great steak?  Then you need to look no farther than Cattleman’s, one of Oklahoma’s most well-known restaurants.  Opening in 1910, Cattleman’s first catered to the ranchers and cowboys who worked and lived new Oklahoma City’s stockyards area.  Today, the restaurant still operates in the same area, but people from all over the city and state come to have one of their classic sirloins. 

Cattleman’s is one of the few non-chain, locally owned steak houses in the city, and it’s one of the best, in my opinion.  The atmosphere is very relaxed and very welcoming, and whether you enjoy a drink at the bar or a meal in the dining room, the service is always prompt and the food always delicious.  Cattleman’s offers up a large menu of steaks, sandwiches, salads, and desserts, so everyone will find something to enjoy.  One of the most unique items on the menu is the lamb fries, a Cattleman’s specialty. 

I’m not the only one who loves the food at Cattleman’s.  Many others have enjoyed a steak a Cattlemen’s, including singer Reba McIntyre, Gene Autry, John Wayne, and even former President George Bush stopped in and had dinner at Cattleman’s.  The Presidential Choice T-Bone is named after the meal he had when he visited Oklahoma City.

If you want to read about the history of Cattleman’s or check out their menu, you can visit their website at

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