The Roman Nose Lodge Restaurant

The Roman Nose Lodge RestaurantRoman Nose Lodge
Highway 8A
Watonga, OK 73772

Phone: 580-623-7281

The Roman Nose Lodge Restaurant, located within beautiful Roman Nose State Park in Watonga, offers delicious menu selections for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Whether staying at the lodge or simply visiting the park, enjoy a meal at Roman Nose Lodge Restaurant and feast on American classics such as sandwiches, burgers and traditional breakfast platters.  Start your meal with an order of fried green beans, chips and queso, beer-battered jalapenos or chicken tenders before moving on to Oklahoma favorites such as chicken fried steak, fried catfish, grilled chicken or USDA choice rib eye steak.  ...

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  • Dining Type: Casual Dining

  • Facility Amenities: Full Service

  • Meals Served: Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch

Open seven days a week from 7am-2pm and 5-8pm beginning in March. Closed during the winter on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday.

Located within Roman Nose State Park, directly off Highway 8A.

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From Staff on 02/20/2014

Pam, we are so sorry about your experience surrounding the Roman Nose Lodge Restaurant. We contacted them today and updated their hours. They will be open seven days a week beginning in March, but do close during the winter on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. We hope you'll be back to visit the park in the future. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Pam Leavengood on 02/19/2014

Decided to celebrate my dad's 84th birthday at the Lodge restaurant. Checked for hours and menu. Found that it was open 7 days a week 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Called the lodge twice to verify this, but got an answering machine both times. Took a chance, drove from Enid, and found the restaurant closed. Luckily the Noble House in Watonga was still open so our day was not a complete loss.

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