One of the fun things about Oklahoma City is that old Route 66 runs through town. There are few attractions which don't mention their connection to the Mother Road. One of the first places where I ever ate in Oklahoma City was Anne's Chicken Fry. At the time it was just a little dive with no decor to speak of, but the short menu (family style chicken fry steak, mashed potatoes, salad, and your choice of corn or beans) was excellent. These days the menu is larger but no more delicious, and the decor is adorable vintage. A must visit place on Route 66. For local patrons, it i just west of 36th and Portland on the south side of the street. It's easy to find because it was a beautiful old pink Cadillac out front.
Shana and I stopped there for dinner today, as part of our tour of restaurants we will miss once we leave Oklahoma.