Cattlemen’s Steakhouse

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Cattlemen’s Steakhouse in the Historic Stockyards District has been around since 1910 for a reason. This is beef country and Cattlemen’s has the best steak in town. The eatery changed hands on a bet in 1945. The “33” branded on a wall in the Hereford Room honors the double threes rolled by the winner.  But you don’t need to bet on the food here.

You can eat steak three meals a day if you want. Start with a cowboy breakfast – small sirloin, eggs, biscuits and gravy – and segue to a sirloin burger for lunch. Top the day off with a T-bone for dinner.

House-aged and cut by hand, the beef’s the best, but do try the signature lamb fries. Movie stars and presidents have dined here in the Cattlemen’s retro rooms. Why mess with a classic?

Categories: Eat: American |
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1309 S. Agnew
Oklahoma City 73108

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