Hickory House Barbeque sits on historic Route 66 in Sapulpa, offering mouthwatering barbecue, burgers, steaks and more. Open since the early '80s, Hickory House has served up delicious meals for decades. While you decide what to have for lunch or dinner, order up an appetizer. Fried mushrooms, cheese nachos, chicken quesadillas and spicy wings are among the savory selection. Try Hickory House's signature meats: ham, bologna, ribs, chopped beef, sliced beef, smoked turkey, pork, polish links and hot links can all be served as a dinner or on a sandwich. Dinner options range from the small dinner, with choice of meat, one side and toast, to the three meat combo dinner, with three meats, two sides and toast. To sample all the meats try the combo platter; it comes with a small portion of each of the meats, two sides and toast. You can order a small or large sandwich loaded with your choice of meat, with or without a side, depending on your appetite. A variety of flavorful side orders are offered at Hickory House, including baked beans, coleslaw, onion rings, okra and tabouli. Hickory House Barbeque also features juicy steaks: an 8 oz. chopped sirloin, 10 oz. ribeye or chicken fried steak is cooked to perfection over a wood fire, then served with a choice of baked potato or fries and a small salad or baked beans. Try the burgers - the old-fashioned burger is a one-third pound patty on a bun with mustard, pickles, lettuce and tomato, and the house burger really packs a flavor punch with a one-third patty topped with mustard, pickles, an onion ring and barbecue sauce. The all-you-can-eat buffet will satisfy even the biggest of appetites, and there's even a children's buffet. In addition to all these tasty options, Hickory House offers a grilled or fried chicken sandwich, a turkey club and chicken tenders. Give in to your sweet tooth and top off your meal with a dessert such as the molten chocolate cake, pie or cobbler.