Muskogee (/məˈskoʊɡiː/) is a town in and the county seat of Muskogee County, Oklahoma, United States. Home to Bacone College, it lies approximately 48 miles southeast of Tulsa. The population of the town was 39,223 as of the 2010 census, a 2.4 percent increase from 38,310 at the 2000 census, making it the eleventh-largest city in Oklahoma.
Things to do in Muskogee
4.5 based on 140 reviews
We stopped here for a quick lunch as we were geocaching our way to Oklahoma City. We had planned to share a meal, but once we were inside there was no way! I had the burnt ends lunch and it was great! The portions were generous and the burnt ends were perfectly cooked and needed no extra sauce, but I added some anyway.
Love this place. It's easy to get to; the service is excellent; and the food is even better!
4 based on 169 reviews
A small Cracker Barrel type store with a restaurant and store combined together. Lots of home made fudge, candies and Amish snacks. Home made fried pies, bread, pies, cakes. Cinnamon rolls The restaurant has a full menu with home made rolls, roast beef, chicken fried steak, chicken and dumplings are a favorite. A banquet room is available for large groups
Food was good, I had the senior special with fried chicken breast and it was very good. Good variety to choose from. They have home made pies and fried pies. Nice stop while traveling.Thank you for checking our place out! We really appreciate your business
4.5 based on 14 reviews
You are truly missing out if you have not eaten here. I have been here twice on business...it is next door to the VARO. Sandwiches are great! I had the spaghetti pie...totally comfort food. My favorite cupcake is the sweet and salty. It is most unique (so are many of the others). It has a yellow or white cake with a big dollop of caramel in the middle with a salty pretzel on top. I think it had chocolate frosting. It was good, that is all I know. I don't even like cupcakes or pretzels. Best cupcake I've ever had.
4 based on 146 reviews
The original Miss Addie's is located in the Historic Smith's Drug Store at 821 West Broadway in Muskogee. The building was built in 1915 by Pharmacist Charles Smith and his wife Addie. The English style building operated as a drug store and soda fountain for more than 35 years. Reopened to the public in January of 1992, by Toby and Bernadette Feickert, Miss Addie's began as a tea room serving homemade lunch specialties, soups, sandwiches, and desserts in an atmosphere of fine antiques. As the restaurant began to grow the upstairs was renovated to accommodate private dinner parties. In September 2000, the pub was opened.
We ordered the pork chop dinner. It was excellent! And everything we saw brought out of the kitchen to other tables looked excellent also. The outside looks a bit scary especially in the dark but the inside is comfortable and clean. The service was great! Several servers were working and they all seemed to be very attentive, knowledgeable and not at all pushy. This was a great find and well worth the visit.
5 based on 17 reviews
We stopped here early about 7:30am on a Saturday morning before heading to the Muskogee Farmers Market. The coffee was amazing- I ordered a Snickerdoodle Latte and my husband ordered a regular latte. Both were fantastic but the Snickerdoodle latte was the best. We requested whipped cream- which was a little heavy-we will return but will request light whipped cream next time. We definitely recommend Jim & Em's! They also have a drive through if you are in a hurry!
4.5 based on 99 reviews
Owner, Gino, comes around - greets, welcomes and thanks you for coming to his establishment. Atmosphere, surroundings, comfortably, cuisine are all above standards. This restaurant has become a regular for us. They take pride inn their products (presentation, quality, taste, variety of selections). Enjoy the outer banquet room with fireplace.
4.5 based on 73 reviews
Harmony House never disappoints! The daily lunch specials are always my favorite thing on the menu with a variation of yummy deserts to choose from. Staff is friendly and always superb!
4 based on 85 reviews
There is a My Place east and My Place west. Not sure which one this is. The one I visited was west. Skimpy French fries for the price, and this cut which I don't like. Chopped brisket tasted like it had been refrigerated the warmed up. Probably won't be back.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Love their Burgers and fries, old fashioned made to order. Many choices on the menu to choose from. There's several baskets offered and a dinner special for each day of the week.
Parking is plentiful with a good area in front for motorcycles. Located on the west side of town, Love Hatbox and Honor Heights parks are nearby.
Grab a milkshake to Go!
4 based on 44 reviews
The food was excellent. The queso and salsa were wonderful. The Chilaquiles Mexicanos were delicious, best I've had. The Fajita Burrito was packed with flavor. We will definitely be back any time we come to Muskogee! We had a long wait for the good but it was well worth it!
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