Tishomingo is the largest city and the county seat of Johnston County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 3,034 at the 2010 census, a decline of 4.1 percent from 3,162 at the 2000 census. It was the first capital of the Chickasaw Nation, from 1856 until Oklahoma statehood in 1907. The city is home to Murray State College, a community college with an annual enrollment of 3015 students. Tishomingo is part of the Texoma Region.
Things to do in Tishomingo
4.5 based on 45 reviews
There isn't a lot of places to eat in Tishomingo, OK. So I choose Gonzalez Mexican Rest.
The food was OK, The chips they brought out were small and in pieces. Hard to dip your salsa and queso. Wasn't real crazy about the medley of veggie and Guacamole. The Burrito I ate was good. They wanted to charge for a sopapilla. Would I eat here again.
Yes. But a least I would know what to expect. Service was good. Restaurant was clean and comfortable. .
3.5 based on 13 reviews
Stopped here with my kids on a rest day during a cross country bicycle ride. The blizzards were very tasty. Courteous staff.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
I love the food choices! I think there could be a little more sustanance to the sandwiches for what you pay. The drinks are out of this world good, and they usually have specialty pastries for sale. They do private caterings inhouse, just ask.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
My hubs and and I drove down from Ada for a date night. Atmosphere was all Blake, nicely decorated, nice looking bar and variety of drinks. The food was just ok...I ordered the regular chicken and waffles and my husband ordered the Nashville hot. Chicken breast came on a Belgian waffle (tasted like might be Bisquick), has a decent flavor. The syrup had soaked into it making a bit soggy and the extra syrup they brought was cold. We also ordered a side of house chips and Mac and cheese to try...both of which were fairly good. Our waitress was friendly and attentive but not overly so. I would go back if someone else wanted to try it but if it were just us two, we probably wouldn’t.
4 based on 30 reviews
I go to Tishomingo usually once or twice a year. My first experience was so-so. My husband loved the catfish but my meal was average. The next trip the next year we had breakfast there and it was wonderful. Same day we had dinner there along with 3 other guests. I ordered a fish sandwich - it was awful. The waiter neglected to tell me that the fish was a whole catfish filet on a very small hamburger bun and was twice the size of the bun. I was given no tartar sauce or fork and it was impossible to eat by hand. One of my guest ordered beans and cornbread and then changed her mind and asked for a bowl of chili. She got a bowl of beans with a little chili put in it. Not what was ordered. They ended up pouring some of the juice from the beans and putting a little more chili in it. It was not until I got the bill did I see what had happened. I was charged extra to have chili put in a bowl of beans. I believe this was the waiter's fault as it should not have happened and I shouldn't have been charged extra for chili to be put in beans when chili was originally ordered.
Breakfast is good - but be careful for any other meal making sure the waiter/waitress has the order correct.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Had a very filling meal and enjoyed the locals. Had to wait but not long. Only open on Friday and Saturday evenings. Small but adequate buffet. Open warehouse type seating and a smaller waiting area. Good to visit with locals. Catfish was fried light and crispy, brisket was great and chicken was fall off the bone done. Peach cobbler and ice cream great finish.
4 based on 26 reviews
We were staying at The Lafysmith and we ventured down Main Street into the Rockin Ribs. Nice family restaurant. We met the owner. I think his wife cooks also. We ordered the stuff potatoes, sandwich and onion rings. Nice portion. Couid not finish. I read a review that said they had slow service. Perhaps they were short staffed that day. We did not have a problem. Our waiter was polite and conscientious. We need to learn patience these days. Not everything is automatic. I would recommend.
5 based on 8 reviews
On a recent trip to the Blue River in SE Oklahoma to do a little Trout fishing. Setting at the stop sign is Scotty's Blue River One Stop. It is a small little corner store where you can buy firewood, tackle, chips and snacks and they have a grill for hot food. My Grandson and I both ordered a Cheeseburger with Fries. simply put. it was the best Cheeseburger I've had in a really long time. The store has about 5 or 6 tables and it is very old school. Guy setting around talking about the fishing and other life issue. (NICE). Store closes around 7pm and grill is turned off around 530pm. So plan your day to include a stop.
It's about eight miles or so from Tishomingo and about 4 or 5 miles from the main turn off into the Blue River. (Note) they do not sell state fishing license.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Stopped in for a bite on pink Friday. The service, understandably, was a bit unorganized but everything else was great. The food was beyond filling and delicious. The staff were very friendly. Loved being asked questions about Canada. My fave is prob - you came all the way from Canada?
If I make it back to another Pink Friday this is where I'll be eating. - maybe a heads up that Blake and Miranda were upstairs would have been nice, haha!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
We ate there for a company dinner and it was very good. Lots of food for the price and a very friendly and helpful staff. We will go back as a family also. It is a cute little place and they will cater.
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