Legends – Guthrie

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Legends - Guthrie
Legends Dining

Member of the Oklahoma Restaurant Association / December 2015

By Greg Horton

Guthrie’s downtown is teeming with new restaurants, but it’s possible to get good food without venturing downtown. Legends Food and Sport opened last year on Division and Industrial, so it’s far enough from downtown to avoid tourist traffic. Legends’ owner Barry Cogburn is a sports fan, including Guthrie High School, so the restaurant is adorned with memorabilia from OU, OSU, and the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Intentionally or not, the place will remind diners of the Louie’s restaurants owned by Hal Smith Restaurant Group. The fare is similar, in fact: sandwiches, salads, burgers, wraps, and other simple, sports bar and grill favorites. Because it is a sports bar, Legends has a designated bar area with domestic and import beers (13), including four on tap, a full line of spirits, including specialty drinks and classic cocktails, and a small wine list. There are also more than a dozen HD televisions scattered throughout, so catching a game is easy.

The appetizer menu features boneless or bone-in wings with a choice of three sauces and nachos, because it’s a sports bar and all sports bars should have those items. In addition, though, another Oklahoma favorite is on the menu: Golden Fried Pickles.

The wrap and salad selections are fairly extensive at Legends, making it possible to eat lighter or healthier. If you’re not worried about that, go for the chicken salad wrap, featuring house-made chicken salad, romaine lettuce, and tomatoes. It’s an ideal summer lunch. For the young or young at heart, a Guthrie favorite, the Hut’s Freak Pie, is made with Nacho Cheese Doritos, chili, cheese, lettuce, and tomato. I’m sure you can get onions or jalapenos on request.

A sandwich that’s getting harder to find makes an appearance on Legends menu ensuring that deli sandwiches won’t die out in Guthrie. The corned beef is sliced thin and then served with Swiss on rye. All you need is mustard to enjoy one of the greatest sandwiches ever invented.

Legends also features a limited entrée menu that features a hamburger steak served with brown gravy and grilled onions. We called that Thursday night growing up. Entrees are served with a choice of two sides, and you absolutely have to have the house-made potato chips. Diners can also choose healthy side options like steamed vegetables and black beans. The garlic redskin mashed potatoes and macaroni and cheese are there for the comfort food lovers, too.

Also on the entrée menu is the blackened chicken breast, which is made with Legends own blend of blackening seasoning. It comes with two sides, as well, and it’s served with jalapeno ranch, the dressing that is the perfect complement to Legends’ Southwest egg rolls. Those, unfortunately, are not a side option.

The menu is rounded out with pizza and burgers. Legends has nine burgers to choose from, including a black bean-based veggie burger and a classic onion burger. The pizzas are one size, and diners can choose a classic cheese pizza, pepperoni pizza, veggie pizza, or supreme, or they can choose from a list of ingredients and build their own.

Please click on the link below for their location:

2130 S Division St, Guthrie, OK 73044


(405) 293-6611

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