Restaurants in Oklahoma City, OK

Whether you are looking for new American cuisine or the classics, Oklahoma City has it. For the former, The Jones Assembly, located in a repurposed industrial venue and with seats for 1600, is the city’s superstar. It boasts of “refined regional cuisine,” which means habanero creamed corn to accompany fried chicken, ricotta hotcakes, and oxtail Bolognese. You even can get a vegan Buddha bowl. Beyond three meals a day, The Jones Assembly regularly hosts popular music concerts four nights a week. A contemporary take on tradition also rules at Packard’s New American Kitchen: They have an impossible quesadilla made with veggie pseudo-meat; the fried bologna sandwich actually is griddled mortadella; mac & cheese is cavatappi pasta with three different cheeses. As for unfussed-with tradition, how about steak at the Cattlemen’s Restaurant in the old stockyards, barbecue at Leo’s, migas at Classen Grill, or a half-pound hamburger at Nic’s Grill?

Oklahoma City’s Most Famous Dishes

Porterhouse steak, sliced and ready to eat

Steaks

Mountainous sandwich holds pastrami, egg, French fries, cole slaw, and a tomato

Sandwiches

Quartet of soft, round-top dinner rolls, still stuck together from the bake-pan

Dinner Roll

Close view of eggs scrambled with pimento cheese

Breakfast Eggs

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