This was one of the major hot spots in Guthrie I just had to see. As an old film buff, when I heard that Western star Tom Mix had once been this establishment's bar keep I just had to go. It is kept pretty much looking in pretty much the same manner as back in the day, with the gorgeous hand hewn wood work, antique tile ceilings etc., but fully brought up to speed in the kitchen prep and display areas. There are retro pics, and informational captions about Mr. Mix, you can peruse as you wait for your able, and friendly wait staff to serve you. We would visit at least once a month for a term there when we were less busy in our lives, to take in the ambiance and their killer Sunday brunch. When dining/lunching there on a normal day, almost anything on the menu is delicious, but my pals all rave about the home fried chicken tasting just like their Grandmothers would make. A must see/eat if in the area checking out the old Queen Anne Homes (otherwise often miss-labeled as Victorian homes,) The Oklahoma Newspaper museum (across the street from the Saloon/Restaurant), or while taking a romantic Christmas horse-drawn carriage around the lovely well-decorated historic, once Capital of Oklahoma, that is Guthrie.
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