The Oldest Restaurant In Oklahoma Is…
Oklahoma restaurants are best known for serving burgers, steak, fried catfish and many other southern and midwestern delicacies. So out of all the restaurants in this state, which of them is the oldest of them all?
The name of that very restaurant is Cattlemen's Restaurant. The establishment has been around since 1910 and is located in the Stockyard City district of Oklahoma City. It has been featured on Food Network, Travel Channel and in various travel books.
Former President George H.W. Bush even called the restaurant's signature T-Bone Steak, a steak fit for a president.
Cattlement's Restaurant has also seen many celebrities and politicians have a meal here. Those famed people include John Wayne, Toby Keith, Garth Brooks and Ronald Reagan before he took the office of President.
You can view the entire menu on the restaurant's website to see more about their history and even see a full menu.
View Cattlemen's Restaurant feature on Man vs. Food below: