Top Edmond Restaurants

The city of Edmond, located just north of Oklahoma City, is a growing, vibrant community with a number of fantastic restaurants. From fine dining to comfortable, casual meals, here are the best Edmond restaurants, a list with review, features and contact information for each.

  • 01 of 07
    Boulevard Steakhouse Edmond
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    As you can tell from the fact that I've also included it on my Best Restaurants in all of OKC list, I'm a big fan of Boulevard Steakhouse in Edmond. In fact, the food here, including the steak, rivals any on this list and may just be the best. Plus, Boulevard has beautiful table settings, a great wine selection and excellent service to compliment a quality menu of steak and seafood.
    - Private dining available
    - Live jazz in lounge on weekends
    - Address: 505 S. Boulevard
    - Phone: (405) 715-2333

  • 02 of 07

    An upscale dining experience near Bryant and Danforth, Signature Grill opened in late 2008 and has caught the attention of metro diners as one of the best Edmond has to offer. Owner Clay Falkner was the former executive chef at Deep Fork Grill, and at the small, intimate Signature Grill, he has some excellent dishes, from seafood to steak, lamb, duck and much more. It's perfect for a beautiful or romantic night out.
    - Reservations recommended
    - Address: 1317 E. Danforth Rd.
    - Phone: (405) 330-4548

  • 03 of 07

    Yes, the original Othello's is located in Norman, but the downtown Edmond location is excellent in its own right. The atmosphere is casual in this family-owned Italian restaurant, and the menu offers pastas, pizzas and seafood, as well as a handful of unique, tasty customer creations.
    - Watch televised city council meetings and discuss on Martini Mondays
    - Free wireless internet
    - Address: 1 South Broadway
    - Phone: (405) 330-9045

  • 04 of 07

    The sister restaurant to Boulevard Steakhouse, Cafe 501 is one of the most unique dining options in Edmond. For breakfast, lunch and Sunday brunch, it's fairly casual while dinner is more formal. But whenever you go, you'll find excellent service and menu options that you can't get elsewhere. Try one of the fantastic sandwiches or salads for lunch, and at dinner, entrees such as lime chipotle tilapia, salmon vermouth or sage roasted chicken with thin Capellini pasta.
    - Event catering available
    - Saturday breakfast, Sunday brunch
    - Address: 501 S. Boulevard
    - Phone: (405) 359-1501

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  • 05 of 07

    Zarate's Latin Mexican Grill

    While you'll find plenty of standard Mexican dishes at Zarate's Latin Mexican Grill on the Broadway Extension in Edmond, the attention-grabbers are the delightfully unique and delicious menu options representing authentic Latin culture. It is a treat for the palette you won't find at many places in the metro area, a casual, comfortable and affordable gem just north of OKC.
    - Drink specials
    - Latin dancing
    - Address: 706 S. Broadway
    - Phone: (405) 330-6400

  • 06 of 07

     Don't let the fact that it's in an uninteresting shopping center fool you.  Moni's is not your typical pizza joint.  Sure, you can get a to-go pie and enjoy it at home, but the dining experience is excellent.  There's an extensive wine list, a menu with many wonderful Italian dishes and a small, intimate atmosphere.
    - Catering available
    - Kids menu
    - Address: 17200 N. May Avenue
    - Phone: (405) 285-5991

  • 07 of 07

    Bonus Picks

    We'll call these "Bonus Picks." If you're looking for pizza, Edmond has several of what I consider the Best Pizza Places in OKC, including Hideaway and Jo's Famous Pizza. And for hamburgers, don't miss out on a couple of the best burgers in the metro with locations of Ron's and Johnnie's Charcoal Broiler.