Interurban is part of a Regional Restaurant Group with less than 10 locations, but unique to the Oklahoma area. We stopped at the 11316 W Reno Ave, in Yukon, a suburb of SE Oklahoma City, and it is just off the I-40.
It happened to be “Burger Night” and the joint was jumping! It took a minute to flag down a Bartender while we waited for a table, but enjoyed people watching and checking out the menu so we could be ready to order when seated.
Why all the fuss on Burger night? (Tuesday 11am to close-Dine in only). Well for only $5.99 the Burgers were made with lean ground chuck. A Half pound hand formed/patted burger, lightly seasoned, and then char-grilled to order. I had mine topped with homemade honey peppered bacon. We shared a tasty Chopped Salad which I would call a Southwestern Style version with cilantro, black beans, avocado and corn in addition to chicken and greens with a BBQ ranch dressing.
A friend got the Sirloin steak and was satisfied but had to admit she should have gone with the special.
Served with side choices I picked the fried okra. There were $5 Local beers – Mustang ale brewed locally was tasty complement to the Burger and Okra. We experienced an attentive hostess staff and fleet footed servers. They were well staffed and that’s what it took to be able to handle the burger night crowd. I could see that impatient locals might stay away on these nights as pace was more than what we usually were witnessing in rest of the state.