Rinie's closed in early 2013. It has vacant since but is soon to be replaced by another establishment which will hopefully carry over the highs of Rinie's.
Based on past reviews I was a bit uneasy about this place. I thought the atmosphere was better than others have said. The service could not have been better and the menu has a nice selection. The food was pretty good- again better than I had expected. If you happen to be in Lawton it should definitely be an option.
Rinie's is my favorite restaurant. It is a special place for my boyfriend and me to go. They remember our names and are always accommodating. I've never been disappointed with an entree.
Went here for Valentine dinner in 2011 and was terribly disappointed. When Rinie owned it and was the chef there, it was fabulous!!! I have to say it has declined in service and quality of food. We each ordered filet mignon supposedly the same ounce, mine was perfect, my husband's looked and tasted like a totally different piece of meat,... More
Fabulous food, great atmosphere and so appreciated here in the land of the medicore chain restaurant. Wine list is terrific. Sit in the funky cozy lounge and enjoy live music. Service is superb. My favorites are the ahi tuna and the calamari.
My husband and I have wanted to eat at Rinie's for such a long time but never had the opportunity. We finally made it last night only to be disappointed. I order steak kabob and my husband order steak and shrimp which were both nightly specials. We got one glass of wine and our salads, which were pretty good. After... More
too upscale for lawton not friendly staff poor quality of food
Well, the interior is nice, and the bartender is good, so it's a good place for drinks... We went once and I made the mistake of ordering BBQ salmon or something, thinking it would not be what it sounded like, since this was supposed to be a fine dining restaurant. Nope, I was wrong. A piece of salmon slathered in... More
Doing thier best to have a high end restaurant in Lawton, but the food is average and overpriced. The drinks are similar and the bartender's repertoire is pretty limited. In general I would say save your money for when your in Dallas or OKC.
Even after changing owners, they keep coming back with more and more mediocre musicians and food. Guess I'll just have to keep going to Dallas for good authentic food. Just a tip for everyone probably the only edible item on their menu is the ahi tuna. Beef stroganoff is still salty, and they can't cook a steak to save their... More
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