You won’t find a hitching post or swinging doors at McClintock Saloon & Chop House, but the new Stockyards City restaurant is certainly set to bring a heavy dose of Old West nostalgia to the area. Expect a great dining experience and maybe three fingers of whiskey like the Cowboys of the Wild West enjoyed.
McClintock is the brainchild of Michel Buthion, a man who spent his childhood in France dreaming of being a cowboy. His love for the Wild West is what brought him to Oklahoma, and he has built his reputation operating La Baguette Bistro with his brother, Alain.
McClintock Saloon & Chop House measures a whopping 7,300 square feet, including the whiskey garden out back. It’s situated in the old store space of McClintock Heritage Collection, a former premier boot store in Stockyards City.
What you’ll notice right off the bat is the 50-foot-long, solid oak bar and back bar hand-constructed by local carpenter Larry Hall. The main columns of the back bar feature corbels of Hercules and Helen of Troy, which were hand-carved by a Russian artist. The back bar also includes two stained-glass windows that are at least 100 years old; one, from Boston, is of Samuel Adams and the other, from Ireland, includes verse from Hamlet.
Buthion jokes that McClintock will have two types of food: “country and western.” All entrées will come with a side and a starch; lunch will start at $15 a person, and dinner prices begin at $25 a person.
McClintock Saloon & Chop House is set to open in September 2017! Stay tuned for more info.
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