By Andy Campbell
Skordle's #1 Fan
If you’re craving beet burgers and quinoa, this probably isn’t the blog for you.
However, if you want to eat the best Oklahoma style cooking in the state before watching Skordle’s Game of the Week between the Pond Creek-Hunter Panthers and the visiting Sharon-Mutual Trojans, your first stop has to be at Greazy Steve’s.
Owner Steve Stinson and his wife, Melonie, opened Greazy Steve’s in 2008. After being open only one day, the restaurant burned to the ground.
Steve picked up the pieces and rebuilt, opening for the second time in 2010.
Since then, Greazy Steve’s (522 W. Cedar Drive, Pond Creek) has established its reputation as the best comfort food you’ll find anywhere.
Steve features nightly specials every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
If you’re in Pond Creek for the big game this Friday, you’re in luck, as Friday is all-you-can-eat catfish night.
Or, if you’re in the mood for a steak, Steve features his 30-40-day aged ribeye steaks on Friday and Saturday nights.
Trust me, Steve’s steaks are just as good as the fancy steakhouses in Oklahoma City for half the price. Be sure to order some fried green beans and ranch to dip them in before your meal.
There's also chicken fried chicken, roast beef and other fine menu options.
If you’re lucky, you’ll have the chance to choose from Melonie’s dessert tray.
Adam Diesselhorst will tell you that Melonie’s peanut butter sheet cake is the best dessert, but my favorite is the banana pudding.
No matter what you choose, you’ll be ready for a great nap.
Greazy Steve’s has great food cooked and served by even better people.
Give this family-owned local restaurant a try and I promise you’ll be back every time you find yourself anywhere close to northwestern Oklahoma.
Stop in and tell Steve that Skordle sent you!