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"a meal and a memory 

you'll never forget"

Indulge with something remarkable at our signature restaurant which happens to be the best steakhouse between Kansas City and Dallas. Experience the finest dining while you’re visiting us in Red Oak’s elegant and fully immersive dining room.

Call us at 918-919-6000

Hours of Operation:

Red Oak Steakhouse now open 7 days a week
Sunday through Thursday ● 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Friday and Saturday ● 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm


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7C Steakhouse

The 7 C Land & Cattle Steakhouse is a fine dining steakhouse that features the finest of certified Angus beef steaks, fresh seafood & shellfish along with regional specialties. An extensive assortment of appetizers, salads, side dishes and desserts complement the entrees.
The steakhouse has a spacious dining room with 67 seats, an 11 seat U shaped bar, and 20 seats on an outdoor patio (weather permitting). The atmosphere is upscale with casual elements. Solid wood table tops are nicely coordinated with comfortable leather seats and booths. Large chandeliers and crystal sconces are featured in the dining room. Dark wooden ceiling beams complement the warm colored walls and ceilings.
The bar is appealing, with a beautiful metal bar top with hues of turquois and copper. The bar back reaches floor to ceiling providing a wonderful, extensive liquor display highlighted with LED accent lighting. An extensive wine list, featuring the best of American and European wines by the glass and bottle, is exhibited in large wine bins. Regional and local beers are also featured.
The service style is professional, yet has a casualness appropriate for a hometown crowd.

The restaurant is open Wednesday through Saturday evenings from 5-10 pm.

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DURANT – Growing is what kids do. Children enrolled in the Choctaw Nation Head Start and Daycare in Durant got into a different kind of growth spurt Friday when about 60 of the students visited the Choctaw Nation Hoop House. There, in the half-moon-shaped, plastic greenhouse they planted vegetable seeds. It was the first step in the new Edible Schoolyard Project.

“Today they are planting the seeds,” said Chahta Foundation Executive Director Seth Fairchild.

Later they will transfer the plants that grow from these seeds to their “garden classroom,” located between the Head Start and Daycare centers.

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GROVE (AP) – On a mission to offer fresh food preparation information to area school cooks, Partners for Ottawa County Inc., Delaware County Community Partnership and Cherokee Nation recently joined forces to offer a full-day workshop featuring some of the top chefs and nutrition consultants in the area.

Thomas Mangos, property executive chef for Cherokee Casino & Hotel West Siloam Springs, led the charge with a full day of interaction and training with the attendees. The 2015 Delaware & Ottawa County School Chef Workshop was held Aug. 6 at Grove Publics Schools.

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