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In 1945, Cattlemen’s was owned by Hank Fry, a gambler of sorts. Late one night in a smoke-filled room at the old Biltmore Hotel in downtown Oklahoma City, Fry was running out of luck and money. In an act of desperation, Fry wagered Cattlemen’s Steakhouse against the life savings of Gene Wade that he could roll a “hard Six” (two 3’s).
Cattlemen's, Oklahoma City: See 2,969 unbiased reviews of Cattlemen's, rated 4.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #12 of 1,684 restaurants in Oklahoma City.
1309 S. Agnew • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma • 73108. 405-236-0416 This email address is being protected from spambots. This email address is being protected from spambots.

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Specialties: Since 1945, Cattlemen's Steakhouse has become a gathering place for all kinds of folks - from movie stars to rodeo greats, politicians to potentates! Check the walls of the dining rooms and view the drawings of all the…
Cattlemen's Steakhouse. 1309 S Agnew, Oklahoma City, OK 73108 | Get Directions. Phone: (405) 236-0416 ... 103 E California Ave, Oklahoma City, OK. R&J Lounge and Supper Club.
The History of Oklahoma's Oldest Continually Operated Restaurant. Every state has its historic places and stories, but few can equal the story of Cattlemen's Steakhouse, the oldest continuously operating restaurant in Oklahoma City! Cattlemen's Cafe opened its doors to hungry cowboys, ranchers, cattle haulers and the like in 1910.
White Wines. 14 Hands Moscato, Columbia Valley 7.50 gl. 30.00 btl. Sonoma Cutrer Rose of Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley 9.50 gl. 38.00 btl.
steak you’ve ever eaten! T-BONE STEAK Presidential Choice This hearty portion is sort of “two steaks in one”. It combines the full flavor of the Strip Sirloin, the impeccable tenderness of the Filet and joined together by the famous “T”. This is the steak President Bush preferred when dining in Oklahoma City. STEAKS Rare Red cool center