Meers Store & Restaurant

Meers Store & Restaurant HC 30, Box 1889
Meers, OK 73501

Phone: 580-429-8051
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If you thought a juicy, mouthwatering burger couldn't be part of a healthy eating regimen, think again. The Meers Store and Restaurant serves burgers made from its own lean, grass-fed Longhorn herd, ground fresh and served the cowboy way. For decades, visitors to the nearby Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge have been stopping here for a hearty meal after a day of hiking, rock-climbing or taking in the sights. There's no better way to finish your day than with the store's signature 7-inch diameter Meersburger and an ice cold 22-ounce Meers Gold Beer, a wheat brew produced in state. 

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If you thought a juicy, mouthwatering burger couldn't be part of a healthy eating regimen, think again. The Meers Store and Restaurant serves burgers made from its own lean, grass-fed Longhorn herd, ground fresh and served the cowboy way. For decades, visitors to the nearby Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge have been stopping here for a hearty meal after a day of hiking, rock-climbing or taking in the sights. There's no better way to finish your day than with the store's signature 7-inch diameter Meersburger and an ice cold 22-ounce Meers Gold Beer, a wheat brew produced in state. 

The Meers Store is all that remain of Meers, a boom town in the Wichita Mountains during the turn of the century gold rush. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was once a drugstore, doctor's office, newspaper office and general store.

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  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Seating Capacity: 100

Day

Open

Close

Sunday

10:30 am

8:30 pm

Monday

10:30 am

8:30 pm

Wednesday

10:30 am

8:30 pm

Thursday

10:30 am

8:30 pm

Friday

10:30 am

9:00 pm

Saturday

10:30 am

9:00 pm

From Hwy 62, turn north on State Rd 115 and travel north to Meers Restaurant.




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From Gavin on 07/19/15

The place is Nasty. I wouldn't send my dog in there to eat. And the staff are very rude.. the health department should have shut them down years ago..


From Heiko on 05/13/15

I nave been to eat Meers Burger tevery time i stay in the staats and i love the burgers. the best burger in the world i wish i can get it in Germany!


From Lambert on 03/22/15

Been there... Run down place. Burgers great, fries frozen, prices to high and waiter was rude as Heck


From Karen on 02/05/15

I have been to eat Meers Burger about a dozen times and loved it every time I went. The peach cobbler was to die for. One time it was in the late fall or early winter and I remember the plastic sheets stapled inside the windows to help with insulation. Such a hoot.


From Barbara on 09/01/14

Horrible experience. So sad that this restaurant is so highly recommended by Oklahoma tourism. Food was less than average. 3 hour wait, asked to speak with a manager-no luck. Wait staff was beyond rude. Have never been spoken to like that from a service industry worker. Did I say it was horrible already!?!


From Newton on 06/02/13

I wonder if this burger joint even reads these comments? I will not be going this far just to eat, but I will visit this part of Oklahoma, but I think I won't be stoping by here on my trips.


From charlene on 05/31/13

I wouldnot recommend this restaurant to anyone. My family went there a couple of weeks ago and experienced one of the most unprofessional situations I have ever seen or heard. The so called 'manager' was very loud, obnoxious and unprofessional about at 15% gratuity charge for a group. I did report her manerisms to the owner of the restaurant and she seemed to be aware of the situation and agreed with it. What ever happened to the day when the patron decided the amount of tip a waitress received. If you have a choice, I certainly would not go to this restaurant. As for the food, it was not all that good either.


From Tiffany on 06/27/11

Don't bother with driving all the way into the boonies. The place doesn't have a level inch of floor. We waited over an hour on a horrible, steep slope. Then were seated at a table that we had to fight to keep our food and drinks on, and a fight to stay in our seats. The burgers are smashed flat so that there is not a drop of flavor left in them, and dry as an old bone. All of the sides are al a carte, and SUPER expensive, a 2 1/2 inch long ear of corn was over 2 dollars!! The servers are not given tables in a rotation like a normal restaraunt, our server was given 5 new tables all at once, about 18 people in all. So she was swamped and didn't have time to care if you were getting what you needed. The only have tea or RC cola to drink, and there are no free refills. You get a mason jar of drink for 2 bucks. They don't take credit/debit cards, and don't have an ATM on site. There are no signs to this affect until you get to a table. It is either cash, or local check. The one redeaming thing was the homemade ice cream and cherry cobbler. However, it isn't so good that it is worth the long drive, long and uncomfortable wait, and long waits for service.


From Weaver on 06/25/11

Not clean. Flies all over salad bar. Slow service. Burgers much smaller than in the past. Eat at home.


From The Browns on 03/26/11

The best burger and cobbler you will ever eat!!


From Debbie Ferrell on 11/21/10

Great place to have meal! It's full of character and a feeling of the west. The food can't be beat. I make it a habit to visit Meers twice a year while I am in the area.


From Ann Wilson on 10/19/10

Meers staff rude, hostile, and unresponsive. I waited 10min for my glass of water. I waited over an hour for my burger and fries. It did not come. Six tables that came in after me were served burgers, ribs, fries, onion rings, tea, and beer. I was served nothing. Waitresses, one with blond ponytail and other with curly brown hair walked by me and ignored me when I tried to get their attention. I complained to the cashier who told me she would tell someone and did not even offer me bread to go with my water. I heard other customers complaining about blond ponytail and curly brown hair as I left. Called back to talk to manager or owner and was hung up on. Plenty of friendlier places in Lawton.


From Brent Givens on 08/22/10

The burgers are FANTASTIC.Homemade ice cream with peach cobbler for desert.Bring your appetite you will need it.


From Randy Shumate on 07/10/10

Save your time and money and you can thank me later. Meers store and restaurant is the worst I have ever encountered from the rudeness to the filth to the quality of food,...the absolute worst!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


 
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