Guy Fieri's Oklahoma Spots
Vinita, OK
cafe
Clanton's Cafe
Guy couldn't leave Clanton's Cafe without sampling the 80-year-old recipe for the famous chicken-fried steak. The "mac daddy" steak has been called one of the best on Route 66, and, for a trip off the road, they're dishing out tasty Rocky Mountain Oysters, also known as the underside of the calf.
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Okarche, OK
bar
Eischen's Bar
A few hundred regulars wrote in to get Triple D to stop at this fried chicken haven that's serving theirs the same way they did in the '60s. They go through 24,000 pieces of fried chicken a week. The whole room cheered when Guy asked, "How's the fried chicken?"
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Stroud, OK
cafe
Rock Cafe
The Rock Cafe was literally built from rocks used for Route 66. And although the restaurant opened in 1939, the menu reflects a modern take on roadside eats. Guy could "seriously put down" more than one Buffalo Burger, but then he’d miss out on the famous Alligator Burger and German Spaetzle.
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Norman, OK
restaurants
The Diner
This chili and sandwich shop has been around for more than 100 years and they're famous for their two-time state of Oklahoma championship chili recipe. Try it in a classic bowl, the chili dog dinner or the chili burrito with ranchero sauce.
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Oklahoma City, OK
restaurants
Nic's Grill
This neighborhood gem is cranking out comfort food specials, like pork chops on Tuesdays and meatloaf on Fridays. The 15-seat joint became a legend for its mouthwatering half-pound burgers served with an overflowing basket of french fries and a fork.
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Oklahoma City, OK
restaurants
MaMa E's
When Guy visited Mama E's Wings & Waffles, he devoured their signature fried chicken and waffles, lovingly topped with a dusting of powdered sugar and a drizzle of hot sauce. Not surprisingly, diners have become devotees of this "real soul food" that features the swine specialty: pig's feet.
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Oklahoma City, OK
restaurants
Leo's
According to Chef Charles Smith, the secret to his great tasting barbecue is love. Guy got messy with the spare ribs dripping with the house-made BBQ sauce and loved the hot links. Save some room for dessert, too, because all dinners are served with a free piece of strawberry banana cake.
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Oklahoma City, OK
restaurants
Ingrid's
Called Oklahoma's best-kept secret, Ingrid's Kitchen is a go-to spot for authentic German cuisine. Guy loved the Reuben sandwich and the bratwurst plate. But the real kicker? Ingrid bakes more than nine types of rye breads each day, with more than 150 varieties of baked goods served weekly.
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Oklahoma City, OK
restaurants
Cattlemen's
You know they're seriously cranking it out when every steak goes through a needling machine, guaranteeing it'll be tender. Get the "Presidential Choice" T-Bone Steak, named after President Bush Sr., who ordered it while visiting the steakhouse. Or try the popular Pepper Steak with peppercorn sauce.
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