Looking for the best steak in Oklahoma? You’ve come to the right place. 

Claiming a steakhouse is the best in the Sooner State is a bold statement. And it’s a statement that shouldn't be taken lightly considering the many great steakhouses you’ll find across the state. 

So, which is the best steakhouse in Oklahoma? 

Of course, every steakhouse worth its salt is going to claim to have the best steaks, as they should.

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That’s why you want to look to the advice of a third party when compiling your steakhouse bucket list. Sure, every person or media outlet is going to have a differing opinion, but it makes for a good place to start. 

With that in mind, the folks at The Daily Meal put in the work to determine the best steakhouse in each state. Deciding which steakhouse is the best in Oklahoma is a daunting task, much less in all 50 states. 

When all was said and done, Mahogany Prime Steakhouse in Downtown Oklahoma City was named the best steakhouse in the state. Mahogany Prime also has locations in North Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Omaha Nebraska. 

Here’s what The Daily Meal had to say: 

With six beef cuts as well as a handful of toppings and sides, Mahogany Prime Steakhouse's menu is not the most extensive. The quality of each dish, however, is immediately evident. Every selection is executed brilliantly and served by knowledgeable and pleasant staff. 

You’ll find the Downtown Oklahoma City location at 145 W. Sheridan Ave.

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