If you're looking for a steak that will linger in your memory, come to Oklahoma City. This town has the stockyards, the cowboys, and the steak houses that showcase some of the best beef in the country.
Cattlemen's Steakhouse takes a humble approach to their fare. Won in a dice game, the restaurant sits in the middle of Stockyards
City in a bland building. Forget about the dropped ceilings and the waitresses who call you "sugar." You want the T-bone.
Served au jus, the tender, charcoal-singed steak could be cut with a fork. Even though I'd eaten at nine steak houses the
evening before I set foot in Cattlemen's (which starts serving steak at 6 a.m.), I managed to devour an entire 14-ounce steak,
fresh baked potato, and a slice of unbelievably creamy homemade coconut pie. Had I been alone, I would have licked the plate.
1309 South Agnew Avenue; (405) 236-0416.
Steak entrées: $10.95-$24.95.