Bakeries and Breakfast in Claremore


Buddy’s Grill is located on the original strip of Route 66, now known as J.M. Davis Boulevard. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Buddy’s is famous for barbecue, Southern favorites, and huge burgers. Local tip: the waffles are among the best in town; syrup is optional.


Eggbert’s has been serving Claremore folks since . . . well, for as long as we can remember. Breakfast items like the Sunriser Skillet and Sausage Scrambler are available all day. If you’re unsure what to order, check out the daily lunch and dinner specials. You can always count on Eggbert’s for a delicious cup o’ joe, too.


Drive a couple miles north on Route 66 and you’ll spot Front Porch Bakery. Recently named Oklahoma’s best independently owned bakery, Front Porch offers an assortment of fresh Amish goodies daily, plus a smokehouse that serves up delicious barbecue and both hot and cold sides. You can also pick up loaves of bread, the bakery’s famous cinnamon rolls, and whole pies.


If you’re looking for breakfast with the largest portions in town, check out Hugo’s Family Restaurant, located on Archer Drive. Breakfast favorites include bacon, eggs, homemade biscuits and gravy, and Hugo’s famous potatoes. We guarantee you won’t leave hungry.


The Pink House is a Claremore lunch staple. Originally located in a pink house, the restaurant relocated in 2017 to the historic Belvidere Mansion at 121 N. Chickasaw Ave., near historic downtown Claremore. Serving lunch Monday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., the Pink House is famous for daily quiche specials, chicken enchilada casserole, and baked fudge. Browse around the gift shop to take home a piece of Claremore history.


Wildflour Baking Co. opened its doors in downtown Claremore’s historic Will Rogers Hotel in May 2020. For breakfast, try the Oklahoma Scrambler or Avocado Toast. Lunch offerings include soups and sandwiches, like jalapeño bacon grilled cheese and cranberry pecan chicken salad. With a full bakery case of rotating goodies, it’s tough to choose between the red velvet cupcake and the famous chocolate chip cookies. (Make it easy on yourself and get both.) The real star of the show is the S’Wild Shake, which is easily large enough to share. Flavors include Death by Chocolate, Cereal Killer, and Strawberry Cheesecake. Custom cookies and cakes are also available, as well as soups, delicious macaroni and cheese, and gluten-free options.

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