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At Cattlemen's Steakhouse in Oklahoma City, steaks are hand-cut from corn-fed, aged beef and cooked over charcoal.  Cattlemen's has been serving hearty fare to working cowboys as well as local businessmen and tourists looking for authentic Oklahoma meals since 1910.
The deli counter at the Amish Cheese House in Chouteau offers plenty of delicious choices.
Meers Store & Restaurant is a popular stop for motorcyclists traveling along the Wichita Mountains Scenic Byway.  Stop here and be rewarded with all-American burgers, barbecue and beer.
The Strawberries & Cream Cake at Cheever's Cafe in Oklahoma City is an irresistible and perfect end to a delightful meal.
The Rock Cafe is a Route 66 icon found in most international Route 66 guidebooks.  The diner is so synonymous with Route 66 that the owner Dawn Welch served as inspiration for the character Sally Carrera in the popular Disney/Pixar animated film, "Cars."
Waylan's Ku-Ku Burger in Miami was built to resemble a giant cuckoo clock.
Each dish is enough food for two people at Giacomo's Italian Cuisine in McAlester, but it's so good you won't want to share.
The traditional chicken-fried steak takes on a contemporary edge at Cheever's Cafe in Oklahoma City where it is served over red-skinned garlic mashed potatoes with jalapeno gravy.
In addition to hungry Route 66 travelers, the chicken-fried steak dinner at Clanton's Cafe in Vinita has attracted the attention of Gourmet Magazine and Guy Fieri's Diners, Drive-ins & Dives TV show.
A pulled pork sandwich with fresh corn and fried okra at Dink's Pit Bar-B-Que in Bartlesville.
Chopped barbecue beef sandwiches are popular menu items at Jigg's Smokehouse in Clinton.
Jigg's Smokehouse, located on Route 66 in Clinton, is home of the famous Wooly Burger, a mixture of nearly two pounds of ham and summer sausage piled high on a fresh bun.
There's no shortage of menu options and famous barbecue sauce at Danny's BBQ Head Quarters in Ponca City.
Enjoy a fine dining experience in a casually elegant atmosphere at the Paseo Grill in the historic Paseo Arts District of Oklahoma City.
Set in an historic 1911 bank building in Marlow, Giuseppe's serves delightful Italian cuisine that draws diners from a broad region.
Cafe Ole in Tulsa's popular Brookside District serves fine Southwest cuisine in a casual, comfortable setting. The food is handmade daily.
Lucille's Roadhouse Lounge in Weatherford is a retro diner located on historic Route 66.  The diner is modeled after an actual cottage-style gas station run by Lucille Hamons for decades.  The original station still stands on Route 66.
The Silver Dollar Cafe in Collinsville serves up Oklahoma's state meal - chicken fried steak with all the trimmings.
Ann's Chicken Fry House on historic Route 66 in Oklahoma City serves homestyle favorites such as chicken fried steak with mashed potatoes and gravy.
For a supreme end to a delightful meal, try the Pecan Ice Cream Ball at Cheever's Cafe in Oklahoma City.
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