Cheddar’s set to open Yukon location

After months of planning, Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen will open its latest restaurant in Yukon on Tuesday.

The celebration will begin at 10 a.m. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by the Yukon Chamber of Commerce.

Guests will be welcomed with a tray of freshly made honey butter croissants, officials said.

The restaurant is located at 12332 NW 10 St., in front of Academy Sports.

Officials with the restaurant say the opening will create at least 180 jobs.

Previously, the closest Cheddar’s restaurant was more than 30 miles away in Midwest City.

According to a news release, Cheddar’s is a full-service restaurant with more than 20 entrees on the menu for less than $10.

Lisa Parsons, who has more than 27 years of restaurant experience, is the general manager for the eatery.

The restaurant will be open daily for lunch and dinner, officials said.

Cheddar’s operates 150 restaurants in 28 states.

There are three Cheddar’s in Oklahoma, including restaurants in Norman, Midwest City and Tulsa.


  1. Sharon Light on June 1, 2018 at 4:19 pm

    On Sunday May 27th R 10:45AM–the restaurant was opened for business, I wanted Chicken Pot Pie but it wasn’t ready to serve I tried to order the pork chops with mashed potatoes and onion rings but the person who mashed the potatoes hadn’t arrived and there was no mashed potatoes. I ended up ordering barbecue chicken, The chicken was dry and tough. The baked potato was cold but had butter inside, Very disappointed in this new restaurant. If you open for business, then your cooks should be present—everything on the menu sho9uld have been ready to serve. Location in Midwest City is great!

  2. Alen Tourig on June 7, 2018 at 4:21 pm

    Without a doubt the worst service I’ve ever had. The order took over an hour to reach the table (at least most of it), the steak was cold, and the waitress only checked the table once in that time and then forgot to bring the drinks that she went to get. The food was average at best, and there is very little handicap parking.
    As a former waiter I know how badly things can go behind the scene, but that makes it even more important to make your guests as comfortable as possible. There is no excuse for keeping an employee that costs you customers.
    This may be a new restaurant, but with this level of service it won’t last long.

  3. Connir collard on June 21, 2018 at 12:21 pm

    I have eaten numerous times in a Cheddars In Oklahoma and Texas. They were always excellent. The one in Yukon was very disappointing. We waited well over 30” for our food. It arrived lluke warm. It wasn’t even busy yet. Next time I will drive a much further distance to the one in Midwest City. I won’t be returning to this one.

  4. Isabel on July 6, 2018 at 10:50 am

    I love cheddars but this location in Yukon not very good at all the service was not the greatest and the time it took to get out food was disappointing hope it gets better until then I will choose to go to another cheddars..

  5. mike on October 24, 2018 at 2:42 pm

    had dinner on Monday, my brides dinner was served cold we sent it back and it was like they just re placed the plate and microwaved the dish,
    very disappointed because this is a good place to eat

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