800 Nazih Zuhdi Dr
With a stunning view of the Oklahoma State Capitol, the third floor of the Oklahoma History Center is where you’ll find the Farmstead Cafe offering fresh baked goods including gluten-friendly items, soups, salads, sandwiches and locally roasted coffees. This restaurant is accessible to the public as well as museum guests and has ample parking. Farmstead Cafe is also available to cater meetings, events and other gatherings at the museum.
Featuring menu items popular from the flagship restaurant in Luther, Farmstead Cafe at OHC offers the same scratch-made favorites like the club sandwich, pimento cheese and chicken salad. There’s also quiche, fresh salads and burgers made with all-natural beef from All Hat Cattle Company. Enjoy fresh baked goods, many of which are gluten-friendly, and Made In Oklahoma brands, including Eote and Flatlander locally roasted coffee, Marak Milk and yogurt from Amelia’s Creamery. Like the Luther location, the Farmstead Cafe at the Oklahoma History is right off Route 66, connecting the two locations on the Mother Road with great food and a great vibe.