Skip traditional restaurants and head to one of these quirky Oklahoma locations where the setting is the highlight and delicious food is just an added bonus.Learn More
Ollie's Station Restaurant
Steeped in local history, Ollie’s is located at the famed Red Fork Corner, where the oil and railroad industries merged with Route 66. Fittingly, the food doesn't stray far from traditional, down-home favorites, but that doesn't make it any less satisfying – and the prices are easy on your wallet. Sample the Liver and Onions, the house specialty, or see if you are up to downing The Westside’s Pride – a 13-ounce sirloin that will challenge even the healthiest appetite. Ollie's has a "Mom and Pop" atmosphere with 10 trains, from G-scale to Z-scale, running the length of the dining room through model cities and towns.
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 the top locations to sink your teeth into this tasty dish on Route 66.Learn More