One of Texarkana's beloved and oldest restaurants is closing next week.

Cattleman's Steakhouse has been a staple of Texarkana dining since 1968. And it was announced yesterday that they were closing the doors on March 5th. In a social media post, it states that the owner of Cattleman's Steakhouse Joe Oliver has sold the building to a Mexican Restaurant "Loca Luna". "Loce Luna" already has two locations in Texarkana. One on 7th street near Wake Village and one on Moores Lane in Pleasant Grove.

Here is a quote from y story on the oldest restaurants in Texarkana:

Cattleman's' Steak House 1968 This restaurant has been in business since Stateline Ave. was a two-lane dirt road. The Prime rib is the best in town.

Cattleman's Steakhouse has a special place in my heart. It was the restaurant that I proposed to my wife way back in 2006. It has been a place for many birthdays and special events for my family as well as my in-laws.

As you can see in the video Joe and his crew took a lot of pride in making sure each dish had its own personal flavor. I am a big fan of their house dressing and a meal wouldn't be complete with other 'twice baked potato.

So next week I will make sure to celebrate my birthday there as well as remembering all the good times my family and I have shared at one of Texarkana's oldest restaurants. Goodbye old friend you will be sorely missed by many.

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