Waterfront Restaurants at Grand Lake
One of the great things about Oklahoma’s Grand Lake is the many places you can visit by boat for great food and drinks.
Of course these places can also be found by land, instead of ‘by Grand’, which gives you the option of some lakefront dining and fun no matter where you are around Grand Lake.
And you can get a great variety of food as well, from the fine dining of the yacht clubs in Duck Creek to pizza, burgers and other traditional favorites.
There are even waterfront restaurants you can visit for breakfast by the lake…nice!
Hopefully this will help you find your perfect Grand Lake waterfront spot.
Featured Grand Lake Waterfront Bars & Restaurants:
Mooney’s Sunset Bar and GrillMooney’s Sunset Bar and Grill
Opening at noon everyday, come in for great food, including the best burgers on the lake (at least we think so) and of course enjoy the full bar.
And look for live music on the weekends throughout the year.
Come on in, enjoy that sunset and a cold drink at Mooney’s.
We’ll be looking for you!
The Parrot Steakhouse & GrillThe Parrot Steakhouse & Grill
Are you looking for great waterfront dining in the Grove area? Then the Parrot Steakhouse & Grill is for you!
The Parrot opens at 11 am everyday except Tuesday for lunch and dinner.
Located at Honey Creek Landing at the Honey Creek Bridge on the South side of Grove and accessible by both land and lake, you will find a great menu and full bar for a quite lunch or dinner or for a big group.
From fish tacos to steaks to pasta and more, you will find what you are hungry for when you visit us at The Parrot Steakhouse & Grill.
And don’t forget about the awesome daily lunch and dinner specials!
More Waterfront Bars & Restaurants at Grand Lake:
The waterfront bars and restaurants at Grand Lake have a wide variety of food and fun options.
The south end of Grand Lake features great burgers at Mooney’s by Pensacola Dam in Disney, a seasonal pizza place at Hammerhead Marina in Ketchum Cove and a great variety of food and drinks at Morrow’s Landing in Raper Hollow.
Further up the lake in Duck Creek is the fine dining of Cherokee and Arrowhead Yacht Clubs – including a delicious brunch on the weekends – plus the great bar food of Ugly’s and the awesome sandwiches at the Waterway Cafe at Harbor’s View Marina.
Keep heading North and you can head off into Horse Creek to Book’ems Restaurant and Pub at Southwinds Marina, or you can head on straight to Monkey Island where you will find the Aqua Bar & Grill at the Landings Marina, Island Joe’s Kentena at Shangri-La and The Quarterdeck at Tera Miranda.
As the commercial hub of the Grand Lake region, you’d expect more waterfront dining in Grove, but with basically only The Parrot Steakhouse…that seems to be enough with their great menu and bar as well as plenty of space for large crowds and big groups.
So where ever you are around Grand Lake, there really is no excuse not to find some waterfront place for your next lunch or dinner…or drinks with your friends.
It’s all a part of Grand Lake Living!
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