Comfort Inn & Suites Airport
5921 SW 8th
Oklahoma City, OK 73128
Phone: (405) 470-7676
Fax: (405) 470-7677
Castle Falls restaurant is located in an old castle. There are several different rooms that have dining spaces, but can seat only limited people. These rooms are only open by reservation, so ensure you make your booking. The cuisine served here is European and the food is made to order. You have to ensure you place your order at least 2 hours prior.
A visit to Oklahoma is not complete without enjoying a hearty meal at this popular steakhouse. This restaurant serves up huge portions for a moderate price. The menu offers steak, seafood and chicken dishes, with a house salad and sides of big French fries or a baked potato. The open kitchen area allows you to watch as your meal is cooked over a mesquite grill. Stop by on a Saturday night for live country music and dancing.
If you are staying near the airport, be sure to check out this casual Italian restaurant. The food is authentic Italian, with lots of pastas, wood-fired brick oven pizzas, salads, soups and appetizers. This is a family-friendly restaurant, so feel free to bring the kids along. At these prices you can afford to. During the week you will be dining with a lot of businesspeople staying in the surrounding hotels. On the weekends, you will see more locals.
This comfortable place is great for business meetings or just a fun evening out. Decorated with lots of brickwork and woodwork, you will enjoy the darker atmosphere for your lunch or dinner. The most popular menu item is the Baby Back Ribs, served with smokehouse-baked beans and French-fries. Another popular item, the Chicken Club Salad, contains fried chicken tenders atop mixed greens; served with avocados, bacon, eggs, tomatoes and onions with your choice of dressings, which are made in-house.
You will feel like you have just finished a day of fishing on the bayou when you step into this lodge-like restaurant. The bar is such a fun place, with the zydeco and Cajun music playing in the background, you might not want to go to your table. Stay or go, the menu is so unusual you will not want to miss it. Try alligator meat (blackened or fried) as an unusual appetizer. Then move on to the very popular Trapper Snapper. The patrons are often businesspeople staying at nearby hotels. The varied menu offers seafood, steak, chicken, pasta, prime rib and salads. The full bar offers a specialty drink of the house called a Rainbow Trout. A frozen concoction of different fruit juices and liquor, it is delicious and dangerous at the same time.
You do not have to be a country-western fan to enjoy this popular city nightclub. Guaranteed fun for all, Club Rodeo features an indoor bull riding arena. There are also some great nightly drink specials, and ladies night is every Wednesday. The decor is nothing spectacular - mainly wood furnishings and neon signs. The real draw is the atmosphere.
Absolutely the best chicken-fried steak you will ever taste can be found at a little out-of-the-way fast-food restaurant on 10th Street. They have other things on the menu, including fried chicken and burgers, but people go there for the chicken-fried steak. This restaurant has been under the same ownership since it opened in the late 1970s, and except for a new coat of paint now and then, it has not changed much. You will especially love the original wood paneling. You can get a sandwich with fries or a dinner, both with a drink, for less than $10.
Although this restaurant may not look like much on the outside, once inside you'll find upscale decor and mouth-watering Ethiopian cuisine. If you're not sure what to order try the Queen of Sheba Messob which has a bit of everything, including chicken and lamb. In true Ethiopian fashion, this food is supposed to be shared. Bring your friends and make sure to eat with your hands as you eat. You won't be disappointed!
This large restaurant offers specialties from northern India as well as southern India, and the wonderful menu has a lot more than just the expected curry dishes. There is a buffet, or you can dine a la carte. You can order halal meat, vegetarian meals or a plethora of other authentic dishes from the wonderful and friendly wait staff. On the weekends, enjoy sitar music to put you in the Indian frame of mind.
If you cannot decide what your favorite Chinese meal is this all-buffet restaurant just might be the answer. You will really like it if you are interested in quantity as well as quality, because it is always all-you-can-eat. For almost 20 years this restaurant has been offering excellent Chinese food to its patrons, and they love it. The decor is very pink, which is a departure from your typical red Chinese decor at most restaurants of this type. The interior is very bright, despite the absence of windows. There is no bar. Call for opening hours.
Founded in 1910, Cattlemen's Steakhouse is one of the oldest restaurants in Oklahoma, and for more than 100 years it has served thousands of people. Diners will find roasted perfection on the menu, with options like brisket, burnt ends, full slabs of ribs, dry-aged steaks the list goes on-and-on. Besides the delicious beef, they are also famous for their lamb fries, a most unusual delicacy (be sure to ask your server to describe them to you). Additionally, if you are here for breakfast, Cattlemen's is the spot because the kitchen heaps generous portions onto plates perfect for sharing at super reasonable prices.
Oklahoma takes chicken-fried steak very seriously. It has even been named the official state meal, and you will know why after eating at this restaurant. Located on busy 39th Expressway, this restaurant stands out. Just look for the shocking-pink vintage car sitting out front. The "golden years" decor makes you feel like getting out that long-forgotten poodle skirt or letter jacket. The menu, as you can probably guess, consists of hearty home cooking. Ordering is simple; just fill up on a famous chicken-fried steak dinner with a heaping serving of sides.