Located on the ground floor of the Oil Center building on Northwest Expressway, Junior's has been an Oklahoma City landmark since 1973. Known in its early days as "The Oilman's Oasis", this is where oilies finalized some of the biggest deals during the oil boom and bust of the 70s and 80s. Junior's was famous (or infamous) enough amongst oilmen to garner a mention in "Funny Money", a book by former Tulsan and New Yorker writer Mark Singer on the demise of Penn Square Bank.
Junior's offers personalized service and fine dining. Don't come looking for a gourmet fusion of three beans and art though. We offer the best hand-cut certified Black Angus steaks in town, Australian lobster, our famous Ceasar Salad, and much more. Check out our online menu for a sample of our entrees or call ahead for the lunch special of the day.
Junior's offers a fully-enclosed smoking room and bar, featuring state-of-the-art ventilation systems, as well as a completely separate non-smoking dining area.