This Route 66 themed restaurant sports a 1950s diner look with polished chrome, glass brick and colored lighting. Lucille's serves a variety of authentic diner food including hand-breaded chicken fried steak, pork chops, hamburgers, homemade mashed potatoes, french fries, and much more. In addition to the diner, Lucille's features an upscale steakhouse serving delicious hand-cut Angus beef steaks and other great grill dishes. Lucille's is also a great place for big groups and parties with a Route 66 room that seats up to 30 people and the 2448 Room that seats up to 100 people.
Lucille's outside appearance, which includes vintage gas pumps, is inspired by the original Lucille's, a now-closed historic gas station a few miles down Route 66. Come to Lucille's to experience a taste of Route 66 and don't miss their incredible 16 beers on draft, featuring all four major Made In Oklahoma breweries, and their amazing daily specials.
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