Steak Under the Stars Rendezvous on the Ranch

Steak Under the Stars Ranch in Claremore 2023

Piguet’s Prime Time and A-Bar Ranch have partnered up to bring a premier satellite “Steak Under the Stars” event.

Our signature event, “Steak Under the Stars”, is going to the ranch 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday, June 24. A majestic working cattle and horse ranch, A-Bar Ranch near Claremore, Oklahoma, will be the site for this “Rendezvous on the Ranch.”
The tickets, available on Eventbrite for a limited time, are $75 per person. There’s only room for 25 couples so don’t wait!
As the name suggests, our menu highlights the delectable Piguet’s Prime Time wood-fired steaks and amazing local sides and desserts.
We will start with Cowboy Candy as the appetizer and dinner includes a Tomahawk Steak, deep fried potatoes, blueberry pecan salad with fruit dressing, hot homemade rolls with butter, and sauteed mushrooms and onions. Dessert will be black kettle cobblers and bread pudding with whiskey sauce. It wouldn’t be a Steak Under the Stars event without amazing signature cocktails! We will have the Old Fashions and a Club Special.

It will be a breathtaking event!

A little bit about our host:

A-Bar Ranch, like Piguet’s Prime Time, is family “grown” and operated.
According to the A-Bar Ranch history page on the ranch website,
“Mike and Martha Armitage both from cattle and ranching families began their partnership on January 12, 1985. Together they worked to build their business initially purchasing the McGuirk Ranch and over the past 35 years have grown the ranch in which it maintains a cow herd of 4,000 head and breed their replacements of over 500 heifers each year,” the website reads. “The headquarters ranch, located at Claremore, Oklahoma, was the original Cherokee Indian Allotment of Frank and Dora Rucker, established in the early 1880’s. It is recorded that a young Will Rogers was once a hand for the ranch. This eastern Rogers County ranch once exceeded 20,000 acres and operated with the historic Open A – brand. With Mike’s passing in March, 2020, the ranch’s story continues with Martha and their two sons and daughters-in-laws.”