It’s time to treat yourself. And what better way to do that than with a night out on the town, starting with a nice steak dinner! From historic joints to fine dining, you can't go wrong at one of OKC's great steakhouses.It’s time to treat yourself. And what better way to do that than with a night out on the town, starting with a nice steak dinner! From historic joints to fine dining, you can't go wrong at one of OKC's great steakhouses. Below are just a few great places to indulge in a nice steak around town.
Jamil’s is the city’s last remaining restaurant of its kind with Lebanese mezzes mixed with smoked bologna and smoked ribs served ahead of Top-Choice steaks, seafood and chops. Located in an old home with a long, bawdy history, Jamil’s has anchored the north end of the Capitol complex along Lincoln Boulevard for more than 50 years.
The city’s oldest restaurant has changed very little over the years other than to add to the arsenal of steaks! Breakfast is still served daily, the salad dressing recipe remains top secret and lamb fries continue to be among Cattlemen’s best-sellers. Cattlemen’s now has a strong wine list and nationwide following.
Red Prime Steakhouse
A Good Egg Dining Group’s premium concept boasts prime steaks and a killer wine list in an industrial setting. Red Prime offers expansive private dining opportunities or bar seats with a street view. A bonus – head here before a Thunder game for happy hour and take the free limo to and from the game!
Mahogany Prime Steakhouse
Mahogany opened its second location in downtown Oklahoma City in August, making it a great spot to eat if you are staying downtown! The new space is nearly four times larger and features a dining-room long banquette, half-moon booths, numerous private dining options and an enormous bar.
Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse
A Bricktown mainstay since 2000, this prime steakhouse is named for the Yankee legend who grew up in Commerce. Aside from prime beef, Mickey Mantle’s serves fresh seafood and daily features. Enjoy an after-dinner cigar in the No. 7 Lounge, which features live music on weekends!
Broadway 10 Bar & Chophouse
Broadway 10 is one of Automobile Alley’s newest restaurants located in the historic Buick Building. Step inside to find an urban chophouse with an extensive bar, handcrafted cocktails and wood-fired meats.
Walk into Ranch Steakhouse and take a step into an opulent, old-world atmosphere and one of the top steakhouses in Oklahoma City. Ranch Steakhouse features Oklahoma-grown items from local and independent producers from around the state, including Premium Natural Beef from Hobart, OK. If you’re looking for fancy, you’re at the right place.
J. Bruner’s at the Haunted House
The Haunted House Restaurant has operated for more than 50 years and was one of the original fine dining steakhouses in the city. Unrivaled steaks and seafood, including Battered Fried Lobster Tail, are served in a white tablecloth atmosphere within a house that is said to have seen three murders. So if you’re looking to add to your ghost story repertoire, try this place out!
Opus Prime Steakhouse
Opus is Oklahoma City's newest and most exciting Prime Steakhouse. In addition to the wonderful steaks and seafood, Opus Prime Steakhouse hosts a wine list with over 850 selections. Opus's wine list is recognized as one of Wine Spectator's "Best of Award" of excellence, give to only 500 restaurants world-wide.
And trust us, these steaks are worth planning a return trip for. We'll "meat" you there soon!