Pauls Valley is a city in and the county seat of Garvin County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 6,187 at the 2010 census, a decline of 1.1 percent from 6,256 at the 2000 census. It was settled by and named for Smith Paul, a North Carolina native who married a Chickasaw woman and became a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation before the Civil War. The town economy is largely based on agriculture and oil production.
Things to do in Pauls Valley
4 based on 79 reviews
The wife and I had lunch here. She had the catfish, which they are famous for and I had a brisket sandwich, both were very good. Reasonably priced and service was quick. We'll back for sure.
4 based on 49 reviews
The facility was clean, workers were friendly and the food was served as we ordered it. The food was fresh and made exactly how I wanted. I would definitely come back. And would recommend you and your family to also try them out.
4 based on 13 reviews
I stopped by to take some Chinese food home. They have 2 sizes small and large for take out. I was surprised they had 4 areas for food. Several choices. They Chicken and broccoli was great and the fried rice was tasty. Next time i will make sure i dine in.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
At Boomarang, we are proud to say that word of mouth has filled our restaurants for over 25 years. The appeal to Boomarang covers all ages. The truth is that great food, fast just doesn't go out of style. As word travels the Boomarang Diner legacy continues to grow. People not only talk about the best burger they have ever eaten but they speak of the genuine service and spotless restaurants. Boomarang made its mark from the humble beginnings of a man dedicated to make the best burger ever and to do this consistently every day. His vision is and always has been to treat every customer special. Come and visit one of our locations and you will see why we have been voted best burger, best breakfast, and best waitress. Boomarang is not fast food but it is great food fast. 100% Fresh and made to order.
The food is good, but the atmosphere and the service is terrible. We waited a long time for the waitress to take our order and then after she finally did take our order she totally dropped us. She waited on table after table and never came back to us. People came in after us, ordered their food, got their food, ate their food, paid for their food and left. We still was waiting on our food and she totally avoided us. I went to the cash register and told the girl there that if it would be okay I'd pay for our drinks and leave because we were still waiting on our food. She went and talked to somebody and shortly here comes a young lad with our order. I mentioned to him about how long it took and he said very sarcastically, "It only took 10 minutes, look at the order ticket, it shows when it was entered in." I told him we had been waiting at least 45 minutes. His response was, "Well, we try." I said, "Somebody obviously didn't." This was the last time I set foot in this place and never do I intend to again.This mistake was not on our part, it was on the restaurant's part and they failed to own up to it and got sarcastically hateful about it. There's other places to eat at, go somewhere else! MiMi's just down the block fixes good country style food.
4 based on 42 reviews
You know the saying. Don't judge a book by its cover. Same principal applies here.
Although it is attached to a gas station, you will forget once inside. The restaurant was quaint and had a nice atmosphere.
The salad was fresh and crisp but swimming in dressing. Probably an error by the server. The roll was good and the "Roma special" was delicious.
Service was good.
Parking was ample.
Accessibility- you have to come in heading west.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Enjoyed a veggie omelet with jalapeño pepper Delighted that the jalapeños were fresh and not canned or pickled Well done Granddaughter had French toast She said it was "the best ever" Neat locals spot We enjoyed our time there
4.5 based on 12 reviews
I had the chicken fried steak, and it was good and a rather large helping. The service was outstanding, I wish I had gotten the ladies name but she was awesome. I will stop back in here again the next time I'm in town.
4 based on 31 reviews
The Pig Shop has been around for over half a century. Their barbecue is very good, but I always get the chicken nachos - they're amazing! Try the seasoned cheese fries while you're there, too. The atmosphere is very cozy, and the service is great. You'll be glad you tried it!
3.5 based on 69 reviews
I stayed at a nearby hotel and looked for a place for dinner. I like trying different places and not your usual franchise ( applebees, chiles) so we stopped here. Diner was cute and the 50s decor. Prices were adequate w the meal portion. Chicken fried Steak was soft. We cut it with a fork. Most impressive is the sirloin steak. My mom ordered it but I didn't bc I hAte how tough it is. I usually do prime but I had it the other day. The sirloin was so soft and flavorful. We also had the coffee shake which was really good. Cappuccino was from a machine but it was decent and best of all it had free refills ! No one gives you refills on cappuccino. I didn't try the pie but my kids liked it.
I like the place and I recommend it if not for anything but for an experience aside from the same o same o.
3.5 based on 45 reviews
This restaurant has been in business for quite some time, and I prefer another Mexican restaurant in town, but my sister wanted to give Tio's one last chance. The atmosphere is decent, but the food is mediocre, and the service is not top of line. I was dissatisfied with the time is took for our server for our food, and then for our refills. I think I'll go with my first choice from now on.
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