Cooking, like taking a pop quiz and defusing a bomb on national television, is often a source of stress. Disarm your hunger with today’s Groupon to Harley’s Cafe in Choctaw. Choose from the following options:
- For $9, you get a meal for two (up to a $19.53 total value including tax) that includes:
- Two entrees (up to a $7.29 value each)
Two nonalcoholic drinks (up to a $1.69 value each)<p>
- For $19, you get a meal for four (up to a $39.06 total value including tax) that includes:
- Four entrees (up to a $7.29 value each)
Four nonalcoholic drinks (up to a $1.69 value each)<p>
- For $5, you get $10 worth of American diner fare off the menu for lunch or dinner. The most expensive entree is $7.29.</p>
Harley’s Cafe targets road-weary appetites on lunch and dinner menus brimming with plates of homespun American classics. The Sportster: 1200 burger anchors tables to the floor with a hefty hamburger patty buttressed by a buttery bun lined with barbecue sauce, bacon, and sautéed mushrooms. The chili cheeseburger bares its savory secrets with an open-faced display of cheddar cheese and onion, and slabs of chicken-fried steak accessorize their platters with mashed potatoes drenched in creamy gravy. Sizzling pork chops either adorn tables with the flame-kissed flavors and seared-in patterns from the grill or swaddled within a cocoon of deep-fried breading. Diners straddle the line between a handheld bite and handful of chili with an overflowing Coney dog coated in onion, cheese, and mustard.
Nestled within an asphalt-tested décor of motorcycle merchandise, Harley’s Cafe bedecks select booths with Harley Davidson logos and fills a display case with model hogs and actual Olympic pinewood derby champions. The dining room’s bar seating allows guests to settle in front of a flat-screen television and the kitchen window to accurately toss thank you notes folded into paper airplanes after meals.
In case visitors miss the clue in its name, Harley’s Cafe explains itself right in the entryway—there, a gray stone-style bench displays the famous winged logo that marks a classic motorcycle. Inside, motoring memorabilia stands behind glass, including model bikes, photographs, and an autographed photo of Evel Knievel’s ghost. A row of booths lining a wall of windows and a counter facing the kitchen area—both familiar diner staples—flank a series of four-tops where customers dig into tasty homestyle fare. Breakfast options include pancakes and egg dishes served alongside ribbons of bacon or grilled sausage. Later in the day, the cooks serve up diner classics such as open-faced sandwiches smothered in gravy and several variations on the burger, including the Sportster, with bacon, swiss cheese, and barbecue sauce.
14013 NE 23rd St.
Choctaw, Oklahoma 73020