This Oklahoma City landmark has been bustling since its founding in 1973. Junior's was the meeting place for various oilmen in the 1970s and 80s, gathering it the nickname "The Oilman's Oasis." Located in the basement of the Oil Center building off Northwest Expressway, Junior's has a colorful history and a flavorful menu.
Junior's is decorated with red carpet, red accents and dark wood furniture. Low lighting and the nightly piano bar add to the ambiance. Junior's is famous for their steaks and Caesar salads, which come with homemade dressing. Try one of the hand cut certified black angus steaks or select from entrees like Australian lobster, salmon fillet and teriyaki glazed chicken breast. Junior's offers a fully-enclosed smoking room and bar as well as a non-smoking dining area. The piano bar begins nightly at 8:30pm.