It's one of the most iconic restaurants in the state, if not the Nation. Meers Store and Restaurant in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge is a great place to eat and is home to the world-famous Meers Burger.


If you've lived in Lawton for any amount of time you've heard of the monstrous Meers Burger. With Meers being out at the Wichita Mountains you can make a day of it. People come from all over to eat at Meers.

So what makes Meers Burgers the best? It's 16 ounces, that's right a full pound of meat. But not just any old meat, it's grass feed Longhorn which is much leaner and tastier. The burger is the size of the plate they serve it on and cut into quarters for easier eating. They're big enough to split and share which is what most people do. One burger could easily feed two, maybe even three people. Or in my case just me when I'm really hungry.

The Meers Store & Restaurant is located at 26005 OK-115 in Meers, OK.


If you ever have the chance to go, go. You won't regret it. Meers has been named one of the best burgers in Oklahoma time and again, Officially and unofficially. When it comes to burgers Lawton, Fort Sill has some really tough competition. You'd be hard-pressed to find another city with so many amazing burger joints.


If you're a burger connoisseur yourself Lawton, Fort Sill has a lot to offer. If you haven't already tried them out stop by Burgess Grill in downtown Lawton. There's McKenzie's Old Fashion Burger Garage on 2nd Street. Wayne's Drive-In is an absolute must. They have 2 locations one on Sheridan Road and N.W. Cache Road.

Another great burger in town is Backporch Drafthouse, they also have 2 locations. One on W. Gore and on N.W. Cache Road. There's the Boom-a-rang Diner on C Ave downtown. I have to mention S&B Burger Joint on N.W. Cache Road they're great. There's also Mike's Sports Grille on E. Gore and The Silver Spoon on C Ave in downtown Lawton. It's hard to pick a favorite when you have so many notable burger places in town.

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