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The Pioneer Woman Mercantile

Kara Westerlund
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Cuisine

American

Price Range

Mid-Range

City or Town

Pawhuska

Description and Menu Favorites

“The Pioneer Woman Mercantile restaurant is a wonderful place to eat breakfast, lunch, or dinner, or just take bakery items home. All of the food is made from scratch, excellent quality, and above expectations. I am a cook and appreciated the details to excellence from beginning of the meal to the end. The coffee is wonderful, as is the 25-cent iced tea. Breakfast bacon, eggs, and potatoes, biscuits and jam all excellent. Dinner was great as well; dinner salad with homemade dressing was great. The pork chops and sides also superb. Waiter was informed and helpful, even saying they expected guest to share entrée due to large servings. Fried Pork Chops is our favorite of our two visits. The Pecan Sticky Buns are wonderful and you can buy extras in the bakery to take home to freeze for later.”

Nearby Attractions

“There are many shopping places in walking distance and a new museum, The Don Johnston Museum, that is enjoyable. A swinging bridge in town that you can walk across is fun. Please check the schedule so you can take a tour of the Lodge on the ranch, where “The Pioneer Woman” show is filmed. A nice drive out (in our Unity), seeing wild horses. It was very beautiful. There is no cost and the tour is hosted by a very nice gentleman who talks about the ranch and answers questions. We parked at Osage Hills State Park, about 14 miles out of town.”

Submitted By

Gloria Ingram

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@pwmercantile on Instagram

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