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2004/04/06 14:43:46 (permalink)

Central Oklahoma Roadfood

It appears that Oklahoma is a much neglected area of this board and as a new member I feel that is it my duty to inform you of all the great food we have around here (reviewed places are not listed):

Oklahoma City:
Abraham's Western-Fried Onion Burgers--Best Burgers in OK period!
Someplace Else Deli--Got to try the pastrami on ry with melted swiss, but save room for the fresh baked cookies.
Saigon Baguette (aka Milk Bottle Building)--great Vietnamese subs on crusty french bread
Coits Root Beer Stand--3 in the city, great burgers, homemade root beer, and original drive-in atmosphere
Crescent Drug Lunch Counter--Great Burgers and Shakes 50's lunch counter style

Stillwater:
Coney Island--Get the Crawdaddy with Chili, cheese, Fritos and green tabasco
Eskimo Joe's--a college hangout where the cheese fries are a must
Bad Brad's BBQ--there are a couple of these around the state, this is the best for its hunitng lodge decor and OSU Spirit
Hideaway Pizza--again this has expanded around the state, but the original in Stillwater still uses the vintage ovens

Okarche:
Eichen's Bar--the best fried chicken and okra in the state

Chickasha:
Roy's BBQ--Forget about Jake's, Roy's is the true Chickasha king of BBQ

I would love to hear your comments and certainly your additions
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/06 16:04:08 (permalink)
    I was only in Oklahoma City once, but I can still taste that sweet creamy root beer at Coits. I also remember a great root beer stand in Tulsa. What is it about central Oklahoma then, that it is a root beer hotbed?
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/06 17:01:41 (permalink)
    Welcome to Pedro12345!! Good to have a fellow Okie on board.
    I have been singing the praises of Oklahoma roadfood for some time now. Your help will be welcomed.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/06 20:39:01 (permalink)
    I second that welcome, Pedro----glad to see more Okies--heard about Eichens and the chicken----gonna have to get out of Rentiesville long enough to check it out. Here tell theres a place out in the panhandle that does a Chicken Fried steak with New Mexico style green sauce unstead it gravy that i HAVE to get to!
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/06 23:03:45 (permalink)
    How could I forget Tiki? Can I plead old age? Sorry about that. If you need me I will be in the corner, thinking about my omission.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/07 02:23:14 (permalink)
    Pedro12345, I can add a few
    Oklahoma City
    Mr Sprigs BBQ
    2800 S. Air Depot
    Midwest City, OK
    405-733-8578
    Call before you come by (They are moving after many years, new shopping being built).

    Caseys Cajun Fried Catfish
    2820 S Douglas
    Midwest City
    405-732-4616
    Call before comming (Odd hours)

    Poblano Grill
    1909 S. Douglas Blvd.
    Midwest City, OK
    405-741-9494

    Tacos San Pedro
    2301 S.W. 44th Street
    Oklahoma City, OK
    405-682-1179

    Fulton Fried Pies
    3721 N.W. 50th Street
    Oklahoma City
    405-946-0881
    There is also a Fulton Fried Pie on I-35 at Ardmore

    Okmulgee Oklahoma
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/07 08:31:17 (permalink)
    "R.J.'s" on Sante Fe is a great pure Roadfood eating establishment. And I am a big fan of "Hideaway Pizza", "Pearl's", "Charcoal Oven", "Johnny's Hamburgers" and "Classen Grill". Not to mention the Blue Ribbon special steak at "Cattlemen's Cafe".

    I forgot to mention--all of these are in Oklahoma City.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/07 10:27:28 (permalink)
    I have a question for you Oklahoma folks. About 20 years ago, I ate at a buffet near Lake Tenkiller. The restaurant was a big place, up on a hill, and of all things it featured live music played on a calliope. Talk about bizarre! Can anybody tell me the name of that place? As I recall, it was regionally famous.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/07 14:16:17 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Pedro12345

    It appears that Oklahoma is a much neglected area of this board and as a new member I feel that is it my duty to inform you of all the great food we have around here (reviewed places are not listed):

    Saigon Baguette (aka Milk Bottle Building)--great Vietnamese subs on crusty french bread


    I would love to hear your comments and certainly your additions


    Tell me more about Vietnamese Subs. They sound very interesting.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/07 17:34:14 (permalink)
    Hey Ralph and everyone,

    Just to get it out there the other root beer place is Weber's and it is on 71st St. in Tulsa. The good thing about Weber's is that you can take home a 2 Liter.

    Good Suggestions Ralph--many of those places I have been to. I LOOOOVE Mr. Spriggs and simply forgot to put that on my list.

    A couple of other places I forgot:

    Del City:
    Tom's BBQ--off 1-35 and NE 10th--Its basically a shack where they serve BBQ on old school lunch trays. The best part is they are a "Prison Times" Newspaper distributor--that's some good lunch reading!

    Del Taco--15th and Sunnylane--Like a better, kitchier version of Taco Bell

    Hillbilly: I have heard about RJ's and will make it a priority to get over there

    Tamandmilk: Viet. Subs are crusty french loaves filled with your choice of Vietnamese barbecued meat, fresh veggies (peppers, carrots, etc) and cilantro. The Saigon Baguette is $2 per sandwich--no tax. Each is about 8" long and is pretty filling.


    Has anyone been to either Cafe Du Brazil or Meiki's Route 66? Any thoughts?
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/07 17:37:34 (permalink)
    Good call on Charcoal Oven also--love that sign and those curly fries.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/07 17:44:28 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by signman
    I also remember a great root beer stand in Tulsa.

    signman:
    The Tulsa root beer stand in question must've been Weber's on Peoria.


    And the Tulsa contingent of Roadfood.com (I'm pretty sure that's me) also wishes to extend a hearty welcome to Pedro.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/07 21:41:59 (permalink)
    I haven't been to Toms bbq in many a year, the last time that I was there Andy Coats was OKC's DA. and his office staff was there. The sauce is too sweet for me. Also there is Mr "T" on NE 23rd. They and Mr Sprigs are kinfolk, and they have great bbq. leave the 911 sauce alone or be ready to call 911
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/07 23:06:38 (permalink)
    Bill B.
    That would be Fin and Feather Resort. I heard they still have a good buffet.

    http://www.finandfeatherresort.com/index.html
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/07 23:43:04 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Bill B.

    I have a question for you Oklahoma folks. About 20 years ago, I ate at a buffet near Lake Tenkiller. The restaurant was a big place, up on a hill, and of all things it featured live music played on a calliope. Talk about bizarre! Can anybody tell me the name of that place? As I recall, it was regionally famous.


    Yikes, this brings up long repressed memories. I lived in Paradise Hill, the home of the Fin and Feather for three years, and smelled its cooking 365 days a year (I can still smell it as I sit here in Wisconsin). Its Hawaiian Luau javascript:insertsmilie('')
    javascript:insertsmilie('')and Mexican theme nights were down right scary. However, in two years I never was able to stump the old guy playing calliope. He knew the Stones' 'Paint it Black' and even some disco numbers by heart. I literally have not thought of the place since the day I moved away.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/08 04:01:27 (permalink)

    I have to add Van's Pig Stand in Shawnee. We have hit it several times in the past 10 years, and have yet to have a bad experience.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/08 07:34:10 (permalink)
    Can't forget Leo's BBQ in OK City....I've only been there once, and the experience was outstanding!
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/08 08:12:36 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Howard Baratz

    quote:
    Originally posted by signman
    I also remember a great root beer stand in Tulsa.

    signman:
    The Tulsa root beer stand in question must've been Weber's on Peoria.


    And the Tulsa contingent of Roadfood.com (I'm pretty sure that's me) also wishes to extend a hearty welcome to Pedro.


    Howard--you ever been into the White River Fish Market and Resteraunt? Stumbled into it when i was brand new to OK and had to pick someone up at the airport. Got up there early and was looking for a lunch to to kill time. I LOVED it! Been around a long time too--i do so enjoy seeing a sing that brags of opening in 1938! I had a great "Seafood platter" that i really was NOT expecting to find in Tulsa Ok. And ditto to Hideaway---best pizza west of the NE coastline!---not counting Chicago pizza---but thats a different animal anyway.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/08 09:42:34 (permalink)
    Ah, Oklahoma roadfood... my brother lives in Ponca City (which is about an hour south of Wichita so it's probably not considered central OK) and I've had some great eats while visiting out there.

    Bad Brad's in Pawhuksa was fantastic and I love Don's House of Polish Sausage which is located in a strip mall by the minor league baseball stadium in Tulsa.

    In Ponca, I can heartily recommend Dugan's BBQ and Head Country. In fact, I just got in my case of Head Country BBQ sauce yesterday! (A few bottles of which will be given as door prizes at next week's Baltimore Crabcake Meet & Eat!)

    Other good places in Ponca include Enrique's which is a Mexican eatery located at the Ponca airport (get takeout because the restaurant doesn't serve booze and what's good, spicy Mexican food without an ice cold beer?).

    And it might not be roadfood per se, but the steaks at the Rusty Barrell (not sure what the extra "L" is for, but it's right there on the matchbook!) were superb.

    Ah, you're making my mouth water just thinking about all the good meals I've had out there!
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/08 09:44:00 (permalink)
    Thanks, HDtravlr1 and vinegarpie! That's the place. I wonder if they still have the calliope? As I recall, their food was totally unimpressive.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/08 10:12:21 (permalink)
    Thanks for the welcome Howard, so what are the places to hit in Tulsa?

    Has anyone been to Metro Diner?

    Trevor

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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/08 10:17:12 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Pedro12345

    Thanks for the welcome Howard, so what are the places to hit in Tulsa?

    Has anyone been to Metro Diner?

    Trevor


    I went there about 8 years ago. If I can recall, I had a very good chicken fried steak
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/08 15:29:41 (permalink)
    McGeehee's Catfish in Marietta - we have gone there once a year since the 70's during family reunions at Lake Texhoma. Best catfish ever, all you can eat, served family style.

    Our family record was seven platter of fish ( I was a teenager) after a day spent swimming at Turner Falls.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/08 16:54:23 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by tiki

    quote:
    Originally posted by Howard Baratz

    quote:
    Originally posted by signman
    I also remember a great root beer stand in Tulsa.

    signman:
    The Tulsa root beer stand in question must've been Weber's on Peoria.


    And the Tulsa contingent of Roadfood.com (I'm pretty sure that's me) also wishes to extend a hearty welcome to Pedro.


    Howard--you ever been into the White River Fish Market and Resteraunt? Stumbled into it when i was brand new to OK and had to pick someone up at the airport. Got up there early and was looking for a lunch to to kill time. I LOVED it! Been around a long time too--i do so enjoy seeing a sing that brags of opening in 1938! I had a great "Seafood platter" that i really was NOT expecting to find in Tulsa Ok. And ditto to Hideaway---best pizza west of the NE coastline!---not counting Chicago pizza---but thats a different animal anyway.


    Tiki:

    I get to the White River a couple of times a month. As the name indicates, White River is a retail fish market on one side and a seafood restaurant on the other. Although primarily known for their fried fish platters, the White River does great grilled fish, wonderful Red Beans and Rice (uniquely served with a dollop of Chili on top) and my favorite Gumbo this side of New Orleans. I rarely have enough room (more a testament to the large portions than my small appetite) but White River also has fine NY Cheesecake and very tasty Sweet Potato Pie.

    P.S. I know from previous posts that you are buddies with the great Oklahoma bluesman, D.C. Minner. I'm sure you are aware that we Tulsans recently lost our own local blues treasure, Flash Terry. Very sad, indeed.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/08 17:02:31 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Pedro12345

    Thanks for the welcome Howard, so what are the places to hit in Tulsa?

    Has anyone been to Metro Diner?

    Trevor




    The Metro on 11th Street (aka the famous Route 66) does the retro '50's diner thing very well. A beautiful stainless steel railroad car replica with fine home cooking, great malts and shakes served out of chilled metal tumblers, and real "blasts from the past" on the jukebox. I'll post some more Tulsa suggestions shortly.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/08 17:24:12 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by Lone Star

    McGeehee's Catfish in Marietta - we have gone there once a year since the 70's during family reunions at Lake Texhoma. Best catfish ever, all you can eat, served family style.

    Our family record was seven platter of fish ( I was a teenager) after a day spent swimming at Turner Falls.


    Gotta get over there!!Youve mentioned it before---think i will put it on my calander noe for the next trip thought there.--think i will be selling Tshirts at an event near there soon---maybe a snake round up.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/08 17:35:51 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Howard Baratz

    quote:
    Originally posted by tiki

    quote:
    Originally posted by Howard Baratz

    quote:
    Originally posted by signman
    I also remember a great root beer stand in Tulsa.

    signman:
    The Tulsa root beer stand in question must've been Weber's on Peoria.


    And the Tulsa contingent of Roadfood.com (I'm pretty sure that's me) also wishes to extend a hearty welcome to Pedro.


    Howard--you ever been into the White River Fish Market and Resteraunt? Stumbled into it when i was brand new to OK and had to pick someone up at the airport. Got up there early and was looking for a lunch to to kill time. I LOVED it! Been around a long time too--i do so enjoy seeing a sing that brags of opening in 1938! I had a great "Seafood platter" that i really was NOT expecting to find in Tulsa Ok. And ditto to Hideaway---best pizza west of the NE coastline!---not counting Chicago pizza---but thats a different animal anyway.


    Tiki:

    I get to the White River a couple of times a month. As the name indicates, White River is a retail fish market on one side and a seafood restaurant on the other. Although primarily known for their fried fish platters, the White River does great grilled fish, wonderful Red Beans and Rice (uniquely served with a dollop of Chili on top) and my favorite Gumbo this side of New Orleans. I rarely have enough room (more a testament to the large portions than my small appetite) but White River also has fine NY Cheesecake and very tasty Sweet Potato Pie.

    P.S. I know from previous posts that you are buddies with the great Oklahoma bluesman, D.C. Minner. I'm sure you are aware that we Tulsans recently lost our own local blues treasure, Flash Terry. Very sad, indeed.


    Tulsa has lost a great blues man with the passing of Flash Terry---he will be sorely missed. He and D>C are/were close friends and admirers of each others style. Flash played guitar with Bobby Blue Bland for years---which is where i first saw him but didnt know that it was him till we had met out here at DC's annual festival---which Flash player every year till his retirement 18 mos ago. I did not make it the funeral but DC and Selby did and several others from Friends Of Rentiesville Blues---FOR Blues---( the non profit i work with).

    Anyway--the next time im headed up that way i will let you know---will be selling Tees shirts that my son makes at the Indoor flea market at the Exposition center soonon saturdays---LETS TO LUNCH!--or actually an early dinner as i get out of the flea market at about 3.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/08 18:23:25 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by Pedro12345

    Thanks for the welcome Howard, so what are the places to hit in Tulsa?

    Trevor




    These are a few of my Tulsa favorites:

    Mario's NY Style Pizza - Being an ex-New Yorker, a good pizza place is a must. I like Hideaway (which receives much praise on this site) but to me Mario's is the real deal. Pizza, Calzones, and Sausage, Onion and Pepper and Meatball Parm Heroes that bring me back to that taste of NY. Now how about Katz' Deli opening an outpost in Tulsa?

    Ron's Burgers and Chili - A unique approach to burgers that is 180 degrees away from my usual love of thick, medium rare burgers. These 1/3 lb. patties are smashed down and cooked until their edges are crunchy and are somehow delicious. A side order of Spanish Fries (fries with fried (not breaded) onions and jalapenos mixed in) are a special Ron's treat. Ron's also serves fine chili in their very tasty 3-ways.

    Ri-Le Vietnamese - Ri Le came to Tulsa in the early '80's and opened his first restaurant in a converted donut shop. He's now in fancier digs but is still serving truly fresh and interesting Vietnamese cuisine. Lots of vegeterian choices and tofu dishes that will satisfy even the meat lovers (like me) out there.

    Big Daddy's BBQ - Big Daddy comes by his nickname honestly. He's a big man with a big personality and a big talent for smoking meat. All of the que is good but you've got to try a Big Big Daddy Potato (that's the dish's name, not a typo). Huge potatoes are smoked (not baked) until cooked all the way through, split open and topped with a mixture of butter, ranch dressing, Big Daddy's homemade barbeque sauce, and 4 or 5 types of smoked meat. Devastating!

    Cancun Mexican - Huge, delicious burritos (my favorite is the Chili Verde), along with numerous tasty Mexican dishes and soups. Tulsa has many very good Mexican restaurants but this is the one to which I always return.

    White River Fish Market - Details in the post above.
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/08 18:44:42 (permalink)
    YES--Ron's recently opened up an OKC location about 2 miles from my house--I never get the Spanish Fires because I can't rsist the lure of the chili cheese fries.

    I always get the small burger so I can eat the large platter of fries!

    2 More in OKC:
    Beverly's--Home of pancakes and the big BevBurger
    Moe's Diner--50th and MacArthur--Fabulous breakfasts

    One more in Stillwater:
    Shortcakes--24 hr diner--cheap prices, HUGE portions, was great as a study break (OH I want to OSU btw--hence my familiarity with the Stillwater roadfood)
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    RE: Central Oklahoma Roadfood 2004/04/08 19:44:43 (permalink)
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    Anyway--the next time im headed up that way i will let you know---will be selling Tees shirts that my son makes at the Indoor flea market at the Exposition center soonon saturdays---LETS TO LUNCH!--or actually an early dinner as i get out of the flea market at about 3.



    Tiki:

    That sounds great. Let me know when you are going to be in Tulsa.

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