Stopped in Elk City on a Monday night while travelling to Kansas/ Got to the motel after 8:00 p.m. and went to Prairie Fire after receiving a recommendation from the desk clerk. We arrived at this restaurant shortly after 8:30 pm and were welcomed and seated promptly. I had been somewhat concerned about getting seated so late (they close at 9:00 p.m.) but most of the tables were occupied even at this hour. We started with the excellent and reasonably priced margaritas and ordered steaks, which arrived quickly and were cooked to perfection. The check arrived and again I was pleasently surprised. Great food, prompt service and reasonable prices. Who could ask for more? I forgot to mention the ambiance. I spoke with Mary, the owner, who described that this restaurant is on the site of an old train depot. Mary told us that much of the original decor of the train station remains. It is fun and interestind decor. I especially liked the old transom windows and oversized tiles on the floor. When you are in Elk City, stop in the Prairie Fire and ask to meet Mary. She is a nice lady and her dedication to the success of this restaurant. I will definitely return here on my next trip here.
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