Come Travel Oklahoma with Oklahoma Back Road Restaurant Recipes Cookbook!
It’s time for another back roads trip, and this time, author Anita Musgrove is touring the best Oklahoma restaurants in business. With the Oklahoma Back Road Restaurant Recipes Cookbook in tow, you’ll discover The Sooner State’s greatest mom-and-pop restaurants. As a travel guide, the cookbook helpfully outlines four different Oklahoma regions: Western, Northeastern, Central, and Southeastern. As you travel through each region, you’ll discover the unique culture and Oklahoma recipes that make The Sooner State special.
First, you’ll stop in the Western Region. While there, you’ll find White Dog Hill Restaurant. Settled atop the plains, the restaurant is home to spectacular views, tasty food, and a mischievous ghost named Dottie. Try the Cinnamon Roll Rum Bread Pudding. Next, plan to visit Lucille’s Roadhouse. Since 2006, Lucille’s has been a part of western Oklahoma’s Route 66 tradition. The diner offers unique dining areas and scratch-made fare from the glory days of America’s Main Street. Don’t leave without sampling Lucille’s juicy steaks.
Next, you’ll visit the Northeastern Region. While there, be sure to visit Waterway Café at Safe Harbor Harbors View Marina. The restaurant offers made-to-order food with beautiful lake views. Try the Cheesy Kielbasa Potatoes while you enjoy the Grand Lake scenery. Afterwards, drive on over to Dixie’s Café for home-style restaurant fare. Run by a mother-daughter Duo, Dixie’s serves up meals just like your mother used to make. Visit for breakfast and try the Sweet French Toast. You won’t regret it!
As soon as you’re on the road again, stop in the Central Region. Sid’s Diner will be waiting to serve you. When you enter, you’ll discover a classic diner and smell the classic onion-fried burgers. Order a milkshake to go with your meal for the full diner experience. Also, don’t forget to try your hand at Sid’s Onion-Fried Burger recipe found in the book. Next, make your way over to The Earth Café & Deli for unique food experience. The café offers clean food with minimal waste, organic options, and vegan/vegetarian accommodation. Try the Hummus, and if you like it, make it at home!
Finally, you’ll finish your trip in the Southeastern Region. Stop at The Blue Rooster for fried chicken, fried catfish, and sides galore. Enjoy your meal with a cold beer and fried pie for dessert. Try the Hot Chicken Salad. Last, make a stop at Pam’s Hateful Hussy Diner for delicious home-style country food. A visit to Pam’s wouldn’t be complete without trying the Chicken-Fried Steak!