From the best family-owned BBQ to American, Steakhouse, Mexican, Italian and Homestyle, Chickasha has plenty of great restaurants along with plenty of traditional chain restaurants and fast food joints to satisfy the “foodie” to the just plain starving.
And if you have a hankering for a hearty breakfast or a sweet treat, we have perfect spots for that too!
Eating in Chickasha 101
A&E Grill – Locally-owned restaurant known for their chicken fried steaks and diverse menu. Open 7 days a week for breakfast and dinner, don’t miss out on their many daily specials.
BJ’s Pizza – With more on the menu then just fabulous pizza, unique sandwiches and traditional favorites can be found on the menu.
Boomerang Grill – With a diner flair you can order a hearty breakfast, great sandwiches and burgers and dinner specials. Open 7 days a week, it is very family-friendly.
Crazy 8’s – With a unique and ever changing menu, don’t let their limited serve times deter you from taking a risk and eating your best meal during the middle of the day. Great sandwiches, soups, salads and totally awesome deserts.
Interurban – Locally and veteran owned, the same traditional menu you are used to seeing at other Interurban locations you will find here, coupled with a friendly, courteous staff and freshly prepared food every day. Open for lunch and dinner Monday through Sunday with a brunch menu on Sundays.
Jeanie’s Place – Ready for some home-cookin’? This is a newer restaurant to the area but has quickly become a favorite of locals for breakfast as well as other meals.
Mama Carol’s – Known for its awesome breakfasts, Mama Carol’s and its staff serves up home-cooked just like Mama used to make meals 7 days a week.
Western Sizzlin – Open 7 days a week, they offer many dining options, including a buffet.
Jake’s Rib – Family-owned and operated this restaurant is known for its ribs and its crowd-sized orders of fries. Their menu offers all different types of BBQ along with a list of side items too long to list. If you love OU and bleed crimson and cream, you’ll enjoy the owner’s memorabilla that adorns the walls. Open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week.
Roy’s BBQ – Family-owned and operated with two generations working side-by-side, this establishment is known for its “old style” which features a full-plate of meat. Their sauce is second to none and although their sides are not as large as Jake’s you won’t leave hungry. Open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Saturday 11 am to 7 pm;
J&W Grill – Featured in many magazines and Top 10 Best Burgers, this joint has been open since the 50s and is still serving great breakfast and burgers. Make sure you get there before 2 pm M-Th. Open until 8pm on Friday and Saturdays
Paw Paws Burgers – Another great burger place with a long history of turning out great burgers. Located off 4th Street you will find the aroma calling you in.
China Dream –
Chinese Express –
China Moon Cafe –
Napoli’s Italian Restaurant
Flores Mexican Restaurant
La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant
Munoz Mexican Restaurant
Paw-Paws Steakhouse – After cooking burgers perfect for as long as Paw-Paws has been in business it is no surprise their steaks are just as good.
Ken’s Steakhouse – Located just about 15 minutes from downtown, this just outside of town restaurant has been drawing them in for years. But how could you go wrong when you serve a rib as an appetizer! Open Thursday through Saturday, this is one that will soon become a favorite.
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