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  • Jeff With
    RE/MAX T-town
    Bad Brads B-B-Q in Pawhuska is a great place to stop and eat. Frequently you can see friendly motorcycle enthusiasts parked out front as they know a good place to stop and eat. The BBQ here is excellent and the waitstaff will treat you like family. There is sassy and friendly banter making you feel right at home. Great folks-great food!! How can you go wrong? So give this place a try sometime when you are out exploring the northwestern corner of Oklahoma. My recommendation is the cowboy fries... french fries covered in chili, BBQ Brisket, cheese, jalapeno peppers, and love.
  • Shawnna Summers
    RE/MAX T-town
    Ask Shawnna a question about Pawhuska.
    Pawhuska, OK
    Pawhuska sits in the middle of Osage County and is truly like taking a step back into the "real" west. This small town with a population of 3,440 was named after the 19th-century Osage chief, Paw-Hiu-Skah, which means "White Hair" in English. Small but mighty, this town offers plenty of recreation, modern restaurants, and Oklahoma hospitality.
  • Shawnna Summers
    RE/MAX T-town
    There are many things to do in Pawhuska, Oklahoma! A few local favorites are as follows:

    Tallgrass Prairie Preserve: This is one of the last remaining prairies in the United States. Whether you are enjoying the open sky, wildflowers, or wild horses grazing on the swaying grass, this is truly one of the last places in America to experience the land as it once was.

    The Swinging Bridge: this is a historic landmark attraction in Pawhuska. It was once the only way people could get across the creek into town. Directions to the bridge: go a couple of blocks south of downtown where Kihekah curves at Bird Creek. First Baptist Church South sits across the street from the north entrance to the Swinging Bridge.

    Pioneer Woman Mercantile: If you watch many Food Network shows then you know who she is. This is her hometown, and she has several restaurants and shops to showcase recipes seen on TV. Just drive down Main, and you'll find her. Definitely have a cupcake and .25 sweet tea!

    The Buckin' Flamingo: After cruising around town and having lunch, stop here for unique yard art and custom-made jewelry.
  • Janice Sizemore
    RE/MAX T-town
    Pawhuska is one of those sleepy little towns that seemed doomed to die. But, when you take the time to look around Pawhuska you find hidden gems like the Bluestem Waterfalls. You can sit on the rocks in the heat of the summer as the cool waters swish around you in the peaceful beauty that is Oklahoma.

    Pawhuska was named after the Chief of the Osage Nation and that is where you will find the headquarters and museum. The museum is chocked full of native history and celebration. The town is also home to the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve. It features self-guided tours, hiking trails, exhibits, and a multitude of bison free to roam the Preserve.

    After exploring the Tallgrass Prairie, Osage Museum, and Bluestem Waterfalls, you can find plenty to eat and drink in town. Among the offerings is the Mercantile and P-Town Pizza, owned by The Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond. "The Merc" has a lot of shopping options as does the rest of the downtown area. There is also a schedule of tours available for the farm where The Pioneer Woman's show is taped. There are also some very cool B&B options in town. Adults and children alike will find something to love about Pawhuska.
  • The Pioneer Woman Mercantile is located downtown in the old historic town of Pawhuska. Until just a few years ago it was slowly starting to resemble a ghost town. Then, seemingly out of nowhere came Ree Drummond, a rancher's wife who loved to cook. She took her skills to television and cookbooks, nearly single-handedly reviving the town of Pawhuska. She has built the now famous Mercantile with gift shops, restaurants, etc. Be prepared to walk when you visit. The streets are bumper to bumper with visitors from numerous states and hard to find a parking place close to the Mercantile. The area is booming. You will love it!

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