From Our Editors
Overlooking Crimson Creek Golf Club and the lustrous Lake El Reno, Hook and Slice delivers laid-back meals by crafting casual American fare with a side of lodge-like ambience. Calm bovine-based cravings with a sizzling dinner selection of hand-cut steaks, including the classic rib eye ($14.95/8 oz.) and famous fillet ($18.95/8 oz.), both bathed in garlic-infused butter and cooked to order. Creative culinarians can visit the salad bar ($5.99 for multiple visits) to impressionistically splatter greens with homemade dressings, inspiring wild applause from herbaceous art aficionados. Bun-based lunchers can chomp through the Drunken Dog ($4.79), a vienna hot dog fried in beer batter and wrapped inside a poppy-seed bun. Diners blend breakfast and lunchtime favorites with the Fried Egg Hamburger sporting the titular element atop a medley of cheddar, bacon, and burger to send taste buds back in time to trademark brunch ($8.49).