OKC remains an active hub in the state's huge cattle industry, and Cattlemen's is the steakhouse beef-crazy Oklahomans have embraced since they operated as a bootlegging and gambling shop that also happened to serve food. Whether you're dining in Cattlemen's older cafe section or the "newer" steakhouse side (decked out in wood paneling and large Western murals of cattle and cowboys), you're getting one of the best steaks in the state at a place where the rib eye is king. They're even open for breakfast, just like they were in the '30s. And of course you can order a steak for breakfast -- you'd be wrong not to.
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