Prairie Dome Café Brings Unique Dining Experience to Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve
[BARTLESVILLE, OK, NOV. 14, 2022] Woolaroc enters partnership with local restaurateur, Mark Spencer, to bring a unique and improved dining experience for visitors.
Painted Horse Bar & Grille is partnering with the world-renowned Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve to operate its restaurant, the Prairie Dome Café, starting Wednesday, November 16, 2022.
“We are excited and honored to provide food service for Woolaroc,” stated Painted Horse owner, Mark Spencer. “The menu will feature some familiar favorites from Painted Horse as well as fresh new dishes featuring Woolaroc’s ranch-raised buffalo and longhorns. The Prairie Dome Café will also be available for catering for private events held at Woolaroc.” Visitors will be able to enjoy a diverse menu, including items such as the five-cheese mac, salads, indian tacos, new twists on delicious sandwiches, as well as traditional specialties like the buffalo sandwich and the longhorn smash burger sourced from the Woolaroc ranch.
“Partnering with Painted Horse is an exciting new chapter for us,” stated Woolaroc CEO, Kevin Hoch. “I am confident that the revamped Prairie Dome Café will deliver a tasty and memorable dining experience to our valued visitors and supporters.”
The Prairie Dome Café will be open during Woolaroc’s normal operating hours and during the Wonderland of Lights event, Fridays – Sundays, November 25th – December 18th from 5 – 9 PM.
Woolaroc is open year-round and is a 3,700-acre wildlife preserve, museum, historical attraction, and much more. For more information visit www.woolaroc.org or visit their Facebook and Instagram page. Woolaroc is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is located 12 miles SW of Bartlesville, OK, on State Highway 123.