Ann's Chicken Fry House
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
Ann's Chicken Fry in Oklahoma City has served tasty homestyle food for decades. Located in a one-time gas station, the restaurant has a cozy and intimate feel with a retro flair, but seating is limited, so get there early and avoid the rush. Steeped in nostalgia, this Route 66 landmark – notable for the Pepto Bismol-pink Cadillac and vintage police car parked out front – elevates the humble chicken fried steak to high art. Try it the way it was meant to be eaten with mashed potatoes and cream gravy, ordered with a side item of your choice. Ann’s also boasts wonderful ...
Dining Type: Casual Dining
Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Children's Menu
Group Amenities: Seating Capacity: 65
Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-40, I-44, Route 66, US-270
Meals Served: Dinner, Lunch
From I-44, take Exit 123B to NW 39th Expy westbound, then go approx. one mile west. The restaurant will be on the left side of the road.
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No comfort food is more synonymous with the roadside diners along Oklahoma's stretch of Route 66 than the star of the state's official meal - chicken fried steak. So for connoisseurs and chicken fried steak newcomers alike, here are ten of the top locations to sink your teeth into this tasty dish on Route 66.