I hope you all had a fabulous weekend!!! I got a lot accomplished which is nice! I started my classes today for Photography! I’m sure you will notice the difference in my pictures soon Lol I’m hoping to learn a lot!!!
Over the weekend Jake and I decided to eat at one of our favorite places here in Oklahoma. We don’t go very often because it’s about a 40 min drive (totally worth it) and we are trying to watch what we eat.
This place is called Eischen’s! It is located in a tiny town called Okarche. They are open Mon-Sat from 10 am-10pm. They have a small menu but large portions!! It is so delicious you will not be disappointed.
The thing about this place is you get a whole chicken! Yes a WHOLE chicken. They fry the whole thing together (not as a whole chicken! They do cut it into pieces) Jake and I get the whole chicken with Fried okra and a pitcher of water. It comes with white bread, sweet pickles, dill pickles, and onions.
|A whole lot of yumminess!!!|
Since it is a whole chicken and it is always packed on Saturdays which is when we go! We order Chili cheese nachos to enjoy while we what! It is so amazing! They do serve beer, wine coolers, and soda. Jake and I like to stick with water since we are cheating enough all ready lol
On the menu they also have Roast beef Sandwich, Bar-b-q sandwich, Home made chili, frito pie, and cheese nachos. Jake and I have not tried everything. When we go we order the same thing because that is what we go for.
I would guess since what we do order is fantastic that so is everything else!
There is a lot of history in the bar! It is the oldest bar in Oklahoma. It first began in 1896 by Peter Eischen. I do not what to spoil everything because every table tell the story. They have history all over the wall and even a piece of the original bar before it burned down. So if you want to know more come on down and get the full experience!
This place has even been on Diner, Drive in’s and Dives!! There is place on the wall where Guy Fieri signed it!! I love to see places like this get noticed.
Have you been here or heard about it?! Do you have a favorite place with a historical background?! Please let us know in the comments below!!!
Enjoy your Monday!!