Cattlemen's Steakhouse

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Details
1309 S Agnew Ave (at Exchange Ave.)
Oklahoma City, OK 73108
(405) 236-0416
Steakhouse
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 6:00 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 6:00 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • If the steak doesn't moo when they bring it to the table it's too well done!
  • Stockyards City visitors have enjoyed their steaks here for 100 years. The Presidential Choice T-Bone steak billed as "two steaks in one" was George H.W. Bush's pick when he ate here.
  • Your at Cattlemen's get a large and rare steak.
  • The lunch steak special is less than $8, and worth even more!
  • Guy Fieri rolled up to Cattlemen's, where they've been serving classic steaks, desserts and salad dressings for more than 80 years.
  • smell is 75% of taste (why things don't taste right when you have a cold) I wonder how much everything could have tasted if there was no cigar smoke
  • Lamb fries were delicious. The small filet was more than enough. And, the coconut meringue pie was a yummy ending.
  • The "lamb fries" are lamb balls. Where the hell am I?
  • Come hungry!
  • Decided not to have the French fries...
  • Excellent steak. Period.
  • Wow! Best steak i think I've ever had!
  • Get your steak done medium rare.
  • House dressing is amazing!!!
  • Try the lamb fries. Testicles were never so yummy!
  • Wonderful steak and the blackberry cobbler was awesome
  • The small filet was just the right size - order it medium rare for best results.
  • Gorgeous steaks, lush shrimp, amazing Mac and cheese, loved the bread rolls and baked potato (better than big Texan steak ranch (Amarillo) if your travelling the Route 66)
  • Have the breakfast steak and eggs with home made biscuits and gravy. Order the steak medium rare and smother with their house salsa. Now that that how breakfast in OKC is done!
  • Amazing food. Great service. Try the lamb fries. Get the T-bone. Really a staple of Oklahoma food.