Molly's Landing offers an out-of-the way romantic setting
CATOOSA — The unique atmosphere and dÃ©cor of Molly's Landing never allow for a dull moment or for the conversation to wane.
A refurbished log cabin that opened in 1984, Mollyâ€™s Landingâ€™s eclectic furnishings include many animal mounts such as deer, caribou, moose and fish along with the artwork by co-owner Linda Powell.
4 to 10 p.m. Monday to Saturday
Closed on Sunday
In addition to the animal mounts, some of the dÃ©cor is from customers who have contributed their hunting treasures to the restaurantâ€™s collection.
The grounds have a Hawaiian-style pit for large cookouts under a canopy of trees beside the Verdigris River and a man-size chess board for enjoyment.
Mollyâ€™s Landing is a favorite for marriage proposals and anniversary dinners, said restaurant manager Jerry Lewellen.
The out-of-the-way rustic romantic setting is what attracts people, Lewellen said.
The restaurant also grows their own herbs and makes fresh-prepared spices, he said.
Menu prices range from $14 to $35 for meat, seafood, game and vegetarian dishes.
The most popular meal is the 1872 Rib eye, which is a 14-ounce rib eye steak with 13 seasonings. Other favorites include the Smoked Salmon and sautÃ©ed mushrooms.
Other entrÃ©es range from quail, grilled pork chops, grilled chicken breast to a peppered New York Strip with brandy sauce. Seafood dishes include deep fried shrimp, blackened tilapia filet and North Australian lobster tail — grilled Rosa Rita style.
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