Warning: You'll get hungry after reading about these fine restaurants in Muskogee, OK.
Restaurants in Muskogee showcase diverse menus, comfortable atmospheres and award-winning foods.
International and Fine Dining
Maxwell’s Restaurant features casual fine dining with a view of the greens of Muskogee Golf and Country Club, the oldest country club in Oklahoma. The club is private, but Maxwell’s is open to the public.
Gino’s Italian Ristorante and Pizzeria is known for its homemade Italian bread and a variety of pastas, chicken, veal and seafood dishes. Their meatballs are huge!
Named “Best Place for Lunch” by The Muskogee Phoenix and featured in Southern Living magazine, Harmony House’s menu lists unique dishes like Sour Cream Enchiladas and a Tuna Crunch Sandwich.
Runts Bar-B-Q and Grill serves up classic barbecue and homemade sides. Three varieties of catfish plus steak and shrimp plates set Runts’ menu apart from other barbecue joints.
Miss Addie’s Cafe and Pub has been a popular Muskogee eatery for almost 20 years. Pairing casual elegance with fine dining, its entrees include seafood, chicken, steak and pasta dishes.
Freshly Made Sweets
Dessert Girl’s Bakery and Cafe features a full-service coffee bar, serves lunch, and sells cheesecakes, cupcakes, eight-layer chocolate cake, square cakes for everyday, cookies (even stuffed cookies!), pies and breads.
Janet Brown’s Sweet-n-Sassy Cafe and Bakery specializes in dessert, specialty, and custom-decorated cakes as well as cupcakes. Lunch fare includes soups, salads, sandwiches and baked potatoes, served Tuesday through Saturday.
Cookie Be Dazzled turns its homemade sugar cookies into fun gift basket arrangements for all occasions. The shop offers cookie-decorating birthday parties and sells cookies and homemade chocolates from its New York Street storefront.
At Club Lunch enjoy home-style cooking off the menu, in the daily blue plate, from the lunch special, or at the hot steam table. Paul’s Diner could be called a “mood diner.”
In the mood for spaghetti? Goulash? Stew? Chili? Paul’s has it. It even serves breakfast anytime. The Amish Country Store and Fudge Factory offers Amish artisan breads, cheeses, pies, jams and jellies, and more than 40 kinds of fudge.
For 60 years, Chet’s hot dog joints – Chet’s Dairy Freeze and Chet’s East – have had Muskogeans coming back for their famous chili dogs.
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