Ardmore is a business, cultural, and tourism city in and the county seat of Carter County, Oklahoma, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 24,283, with an estimated population of 24,950 in 2013. The Ardmore micropolitan statistical area had an estimated population of 48,491 in 2013. Ardmore is 90 miles (140 km) from both Oklahoma City and Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, at the junction of Interstate 35 and U.S. Highway 70, and is generally considered the hub of the ten-county region of South Central Oklahoma, also known by state tourism pamphlets as "Arbuckle Country" and "Lake and Trail Country." Ardmore is situated about 9 miles (14 km) south of the Arbuckle Mountains and is located at the eastern margin of the Healdton Basin, one of the most oil-rich regions of the United States.
Things to do in Ardmore
5 based on 268 reviews
Really great food. There is a reason this restaurant has so many good reviews. Its an interesting building, def has character. The food was great. My steak as delicious - we are cattle ranchers so we know good beef and the filet was cooked perfect and delicious. Everything looked great and I wish we could go back!
5 based on 8 reviews
We dropped in for a mid-afternoon espresso. They've kept the feel of the old building even though it's been thoroughly renovated. Drinks were great. Grandkids liked it. My wife loved it (and it's hard to find a coffee shop she really likes!). It seemed less expensive than the big national chains.
4 based on 425 reviews
Two Frogs is the place for parties, quiet evenings, occasional live music, and some of the best all around food in Ardmore! Right off I-35, exit 31A, Two Frogs Grill has some of the best food you can find in Oklahoma. Sauces and seasonings are inhouse secrets, fresh meats are brought in daily and don't be surprised in you see some big names in the music industry pop in and out from time to time. If you are just looking for a quiet afternoon lunch or a fun packed evening, we have you covered. Our knowledgeable staff will make sure you are as comfortable as possible. If you want ocassional music, food or a good sized mix of the two come in and join the fun!
While traveling with my grandson for spring break, we made it to Ardmore for the first night. Looking for some place different to eat, we choose Two Frogs. Had a short wait (Saturday Evening) wait staff was very good. I choose Chicken Fry, It came with a salad and baked potato. very tasty, cut with a fork, baked potato was done and very good. I enjoyed it. Grandson ordered 1/2 rack of Ribs, Very tender and very tasty. If your traveling down I-35 near Ardmore, it a must. It's a little pricey but it's worth it.
4.5 based on 124 reviews
so I am giving it to you up front. I don't like thin crust. But have had to eat here on multiple occassions for business. The first time, my fork bent in half (yes, I eat pizza with a fork) and the pizza crust was black. The second time was carry-out, and the cardboard box softened the crust and it was perfect. The third time it was a battle again with cutting the pizza. To be honest, the flavor is there, but wouldn't it be better on a hand tossed crust? Give it a fair chance, especially if you like thin crust pizza.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
Take Exit 31A off of I-35 and head east on Main for a couple of miles. It is located on the north side of road.
We were passing through on our way to Galveston. Read the reviews here on trip advisor and decided to give casa romo a try. We were so glad we stopped in! The service was super friendly and efficient. Prices were reasonable, and wait time was zero! They have a large menu. We selected the cheese enchiladas dinner, the fajitas romo, and a side of queso. Everything was served hot, fresh, and quickly. The food was very good and portion sizes large. My daughter and I shared the fajitas and had plenty. We will definitely stop by again!
4 based on 124 reviews
We love having breakfast at Prairie Kitchen. We can dine on the verandah and, since we always travel with our dogs, they can sit at our feet instead of staying in the car. The food is so good and freshly made. The service is so friendly it's hard to believe.
4 based on 67 reviews
Though they have an almost cult-like following among some locals, I do not get it. This El Tapatio and the one on Commerce are inexpensive - that's pretty much their best quality. Their queso is average at best as is their salsa. Their Green Chili sauce is very poor in quality. The service is OK. I've been here several times, mostly with out of town guests - but I've never found anything on the menu that is memorable. Casa Romo is a little more expensive but well worth it. La Roco in Marietta, 15 miles south, is also well worth the short drive as is Abuelita's in Sulphur, though it is a bit farther.
4 based on 109 reviews
There is a lot of room in the restaurant for a large group. The menu is varied and works well for kids and adults. We had a group of 35 and the service and food were perfect.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
I grew up in then 60's. I'd guess this place is from the 50's or 60's, It has the old lunch counter and small wall booths, and they make the same scrumptious greasy hamburgers with outstanding fries, tots, onion rings, etc. The service is friendly, prompt, & efficient, & when combined with the overall friendly diner ambiance, they all blend to make a wonderful place to have a tasy and satisfying lunch!!
4.5 based on 28 reviews
If you aren't familiar with Ardmore, this place might be hard to locate. And once you're at the right address, you still have to hunt as there's no signage and the door is around the corner. Trust me, it's worth the search.
I had a spicy tuna roll and their PsychaD which was served on creme fraiche which sounded odd but worked. My husband had New York, Philly and California rolls which looked good.
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