About Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City, or OKC, as it is known in the local slang, is a rapidly growing city that has cultivated diversity and modern sensibilities without losing its frontier charm. Just over one million people call Oklahoma City home. This is a land of lakes, forests, rolling green hills, red rock canyons, big sky and beautiful sunsets.

Downtown/Bricktown

Today, after a multi-year revitalization campaign, downtown OKC—dubbed "Bricktown" for its old-fashioned brick streets—has truly regained its status as the city's premier dining and entertainment district. Refined cultural pursuits like the distinguished Ballet Oklahoma and the Oklahoma City Philharmonic Orchestra at the Civic Center Music Hall, exist alongside those aimed at a sportsman's heart such as Wranglers arena football at the Myriad Convention Center and RedHawk baseball at the AT&T Bricktown Ballpark. Those who come downtown soon find that having fun is a full-time pursuit. Board a Water Taxi and float down the Bricktown Canal, which runs throughout the district, enter a tropical wonderland in the Myriad Botanical Gardens and Crystal Bridge, or join the festivities.

Stockyard City

If Bricktown is the city's modern nucleus, then Stockyard City, adjacent to downtown, is the neighborhood of living Oklahoma history. A trip here is not complete without taking a meal at Cattlemen's Steakhouse. The 90 year-old restaurant continues to be a symbol of the old cattle baron lifestyle and serves some of the most mouth-watering steaks in the city. At every turn, visitors are reminded of the way of life in frontier times. Stores like Langston's, Shepler's Western Wear and Tener's can outfit you in authentic Western duds, while performers at the Oklahoma Opry will serenade you with sweet country melodies. Don't pass up an opportunity to journey into this cowboy country.

The Paseo

North of Bricktown, around the area of 30th Street and Dewey, is OKC's only artists' district, the Paseo. Designed in the style of an old Spanish villa, the area's buildings house numerous galleries and studios, along with a few popular restaurants and coffee bars. One such popular meeting place is Galileo's Bar and Grill, an eatery with a Mediterranean flavor, which also hosts a poetry night. Memorial Day brings a flurry of activity to the area, when the annual Paseo Arts Festival is held.

Northwest, Nichols Hills and The Village

For the finest shopping experience, head to the twin communities of Nichols Hills and the Village, which hold a multitude of upscale boutiques and luxury services. Outlets like Penn Square Mall and 50 Penn Place carry only the most ultra-chic goods. This is the place to be seen and definitely the most exclusive area in the city. The larger northwest district revolves largely around one major thoroughfare: the Northwest Expressway. Not really a "neighborhood" per se, the street is synonymous with the district, as it cuts through the entire northwest side of the city and is home to many of OKC's dining and shopping treasures. Aside from Bricktown, no other area of the city compares to it in the concentration of commerce and interchange. The area also holds entertainment attractions like the Oklahoma City Art Museum and State Fair Park, as well as outdoor retreats like Hefner Lake, Martin Park Nature Center and Will Rogers Park.

Northeast

Northeast OKC holds some of the city's most prominent establishments. As home to the State Capitol and governmental district on Lincoln Avenue, it is the power center of the city. It is the place where politicians and dealmakers meet, but there is also a distinct undercurrent of fun. The world-renown Cowboy Hall of Fame brings western history to life, Frontier City lets you play in a Land Run-era theme park, ponies thunder and adrenaline surges at Remington Park and the Oklahoma City Zoo delivers an African safari and aquatic harbor to the plains. These attractions are just a sample of the area's exciting offerings.

  • Myriad Botanical Gardens

    301 West Reno Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 445 7080
    The Myriad Botanical Garden is a green oasis that offers space and serenity within the concrete urban sprawl of Oklahoma City's downtown. The gardens are spread across 17 acres (6.9 hectares), and the horticulturists often offer educational classes and workshops as well as just a place to relax. Upon entering, the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory contains more than 2000 species of plants and in addition to permanent species, the gardens display rotating exhibits such as orchids and more exotic plants throughout the year. The Grand Event Lawn in the outer gardens and the Water Stage on the lake are frequently used for events like concerts, theater and movie screenings year-round. To enter the Crystal Bridge Conservatory, there is an admission fee.
  • Bricktown Water Taxi

    111 South Mickey Mantle Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 234 8263
    A great way to experience the beauty and grandeur of the Bricktown Canal is via water taxi. The flat-bottomed boats have narrators on board that tell visitors about the scenic points of interest in between the main dock on Mickey Mantle Drive and its end point at Bricktown River Walk Park. You can hop on-and-off along the route in order to shop, eat or just walk around in this historic neighborhood. The taxi is usually open throughout the year; the peak season is summer and it is open sporadically during the winter when weather permits.
  • Bricktown Canal

    South Mickey Mantle Drive and East Reno Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 297 8912
    The Bricktown Canal is one of Oklahoma City's most popular tourist destinations. Loosely modeled after San Antonio's River Walk, this man-made canal runs through the historic, yet revitalized Bricktown district and it evokes an experience reminiscent of that popular stroll in the Alamo city. There are restaurants and attractions on both sides of the canal, some include the Bricktown Brewery, the quirky American Banjo Museum, the Myriad Botanical Gardens and within the neighborhood you'll find Chesapeake Energy Arena, home to the NBA's Thunder. While you are here, don't forget to take a trip on a water taxi, no trip is complete without it! For complete listings on this mixed-use development and taxi schedule, check website(s) for more details and information.
  • Governor's Mansion

    820 Northeast 23rd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73105 United States - Phone: +1 405 522 8871
    This Dutch Colonial mansion of 12 rooms and 14,000 square feet has been the home of the governor since 1928. There is an Oklahoma room with a carpet featuring the state seal. The Phillips Pavilion was added on the grounds for larger parties, because the inside dining area was only able to seat 60 for dinner. The new pavilion also features a gift shop where you can pick up souvenirs and Made-in-Oklahoma items. Guided tours are offered on Wednesdays. Admission is free. 
  • Frontier City Theme Park

    11501 Northeast Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73131 United States - Phone: +1 405 478 2140
    At this western-themed amusement park, there are rides and attractions galore for the whole family. From thrill-rides to water slides, shows, games and concerts, this park does not leave any fun stone unturned. Let the wee ones play in Paul Bunyan's Tiny Timber Town, while the adults go wild on one of the four roller coasters or take the whole family down 'Renegade Rapids' in unison. Check website to find out who is playing in its outdoor concert series which features legendary artists every summer and for other seasonal events.
  • State Capitol

    2300 North Lincoln Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73105 United States - Phone: +1 405 521 2342
    When President Teddy Roosevelt signed Oklahoma into statehood in the fall of 1907, its original capitol was in Guthrie. Three years later the capitol moved to Oklahoma City and strangely enough it is the only one with working oil rigs on the grounds. This building is the centerpiece of the entire Capitol Campus and both representative chambers are located in the east and west wings, respectively. The capitol historical society offers tours on the hour from 9am-3pm and reservations are highly recommended. Admission is free, and when your done with the campus and capitol, the trendy neighborhoods of Lincoln Terrace and Capitol View have many restaurants and bars that provide perfect places to rest your feet.
  • Harn Homestead

    1721 North Lincoln Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73105 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 4058
    The Harn Homestead and 1889ers Museum is where city benefactor William Fremont Harn developed this quintessential frontier homestead. The estate contains a one-room schoolhouse, a grandiose Victorian mansion and a petting-zoo/farm on the grounds. The land was claimed during the Oklahoma Land Run of 1889 and today the complex offers hands-on education about the work ethic during the late 19th Century as well as providing field trips and day camps. The 9.4 acre facility is also available for corporate events, weddings, birthday parties, etc.
  • Paseo Arts District

    3022 Paseo Street Oklahoma City, OK 73103 United States - Phone: +1 405 525 2688
    What started out as one of the first shopping districts in 1929 gradually evolved to become a haven for jazz musicians, students and small businesses by the end of the 1950s. The end of this era brought with it the counter-culture which determined the atmosphere of the Paseo in the 60's, but it was only until the next decade that it became one of the country's finest art districts. It fell into some decay through the 80's, however today it has been revitalized and the shops host food, art and music festivals year-round. Don't forget the district's 'First Friday Art Walk', where everyone comes out to buy and sell local wares.
  • White Water Bay Water Park

    3908 West Reno Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States - Phone: +1 405 943 9687
    Hot, humid and sticky summer afternoons in Oklahoma are brutal and consistent. To cool off, bring the family to White Water Bay, the city's largest and most popular water park. The park is fun for all ages, where little tykes can splash around in the shallow 'Kids Kove' and the bigger kids (adults included) take the scarier rides like the 'Acapulco Cliff Dive', 'Pirates Plunge' and 'Cannonball Falls'. For those who aren't in search of thrills, a tranquil inner tube ride down the 'Lazy River' or a comfy beach chair to catch some rays are also perfect options to while away the time. The park is open seasonally; check the website for opening details and calendar.
  • Martin Park Nature Center

    5000 West Memorial Road Oklahoma City, OK 73142 United States - Phone: +1 405 755 0676
    Martin Park provides a little natural respite for Oklahoma City's denizens with its nearly three miles of foot trails amongst thick foliage and plenty of local fauna. Visitors can reserve nature guides who describe the region's natural history or they can come alone to enjoy the tranquility. Either option notwithstanding, the park has informational stands along the way that tell you about native plants and animals. A couple of other relaxing activities include feeding turtles in the freshwater pond or taking a moment to bird watch. Highlights for the kids include 'Prairie Dog-Town' and the 'Squirrel Observatory', both are informative and fun. Whether you are alone or with the family, an afternoon strolling through the park is a great way to unwind. Admission is free.
  • Will Rogers Park & Garden Center

    3400 Northwest 36th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73122 United States - Phone: +1 405 943 0827
    The Will Rogers Park & Garden Center contains the Ed Lycan Conservatory, the Charles E. Sparks Rose Garden, the Margaret Annis Boys Arboretum and the Will Rogers Exhibition Center. The entire park is truly a sight to behold with its lush green fields that cover over 130 acres and tons of botanical wonders spread throughout its trails. Visitors and residents are always here on balmy summer evenings to watch the sunset or to take a leisurely stroll. For more sporty activities, the park also contains a Frisbee-golf course and it is the location for the Oklahoma City Tennis Center.
  • Earlywine Park

    3101 Southwest 119th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73170 United States - Phone: +1 405 691 5430
    Get out and experience Oklahoma's beautiful weather at Earlywine Park. Families can spend the afternoon picnicking and playing on the playground. For sporting enthusiasts, a highly regarded golf course presents a welcome challenge. In addition, a tennis center and a soccer and softball field are located on the grounds. If you prefer solitary activities, suit up for a jog on the park's one-and-a-half mile trail. If exercise is not on your mind, just get comfortable and enjoy a southwestern sunset. Kids will enjoy the Earlywine pool and water park that are located inside the park as well.
  • Hefner Lake & Park

    4491 South Lake Hefner Road Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 297 2211
    City dwellers consider this park to be one of their favorites and it is always bursting at the seams with people. This place has it all, there are playgrounds, picnic tables, soccer and softball fields, a golf course, and a nine-mile jogging and biking trail, it is easy to see why it's so packed. Most afternoons you can see kites or model airplanes flying high overhead and colorful sailboats cruising along Lake Hefner, which is adjacent to the park.
  • Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum

    620 North Harvey Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 3313 / +1 888 542 4673 (Toll Free)
    April 19, 1995 was one of the darkest days in Oklahoma City's history. On that day Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was attacked by Timothy McVeigh, subsequently killing 168 people. The site contains two parts, the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial and the museum itself. Inside the museum, you will see 168 empty chairs; one for each innocent victim, 19 of which included children. The most endearing tribute, however, is the part of the fence that has been left over from the makeshift memorial that stood here for five years after the attack. Today, visitors will see letters, photos, flowers and other precious sentiments left by survivors and visitors. Also prominently featured in the memorial is the Survivor Tree, it has become a symbol of hope to the people of Oklahoma City. Admission to the outside memorial is free, but the museum charges a fee.
  • Lake Thunderbird

    13101 Alameda Drive Norman, OK 73026 United States - Phone: +1 405 360 3572
    Part of a state park, this centrally-located lake is surrounded by tall oak trees. It is about an hour's drive from the city, just east of Norman. In addition to activities like boating, swimming and water skiing, Thunderbird has facilities for camping and picnicking. The lake is stocked with fish, predominately bass and catfish. The grounds have areas for archery and for hunting all kinds of game, including deer, rabbit and squirrel and several kinds of waterfowl.
  • Oklahoma Sports Museum

    315 West Oklahoma Avenue Guthrie, OK 73044 United States - Phone: +1 405 260 1342
    Oklahoma has a long tradition of producing great athletes and cheering winning teams. Those men and women who represented Oklahoma on a state, national, or international stage are immortalized in this interactive museum. The most popular exhibits feature professional football and baseball stars, as well as successful state college programs and distinctively Southwestern sports like rodeo. Others are dedicated to Olympians. Even the Harlem Globe Trotters have a tie to Oklahoma. Be sure to visit the gift shop for a souvenir of your trip.
  • Jewel Box Theatre

    3700 North Walker Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 521 1786
    Summertime brings shows under the stars at this community theater. The talented local actors perform classics such as "Oklahoma!" and originals like the musical "Razzle Dazzle." In cooler weather, the shows move inside. You will enjoy the snack bar, but no alcohol is served.
  • Scottish Rite Temple

    900 East Oklahoma Ave Guthrie, OK 73044 United States - Phone: +1 405 282 1281
    Constructed from limestone, this temple—which sprawls over a 10-acre property—looks like it has been transplanted from ancient Greece to Guthrie, Oklahoma. Visitors can spend an entire day here, marveling at the timeless beauty found in each of its 14 rooms. Each room has its own distinct character, with designs patterned after Assyrian, Egyptian, English, French Gothic, Italian, Pompeiian and ancient Roman cultures. It is truly a sight to behold, no expense was spared, as evidenced by the imported carpets and marble flooring, numerous chandeliers and nearly 400 stained glass windows.
  • St Pauls Episcopal Cathedral

    127 Northwest 7th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 3436
    For more than a century, this downtown cathedral has served the Catholic community in Oklahoma City. St. Paul's suffered significant damage as a result of the Murrah bombing, but has since rebuilt, dedicating one of the new structures to those who died on April 19. Guests are invited to attend one of three Sunday services at the cathedral, or visitors can come to its quiet sanctuary to pray and pay their respects to bombing victims.
  • Moore-Lindsay Historical House

    508 North Peters Avenue Norman, OK 73069 United States - Phone: +1 405 321 0156
    Cleveland County, home to Norman, Oklahoma and its Sooners, has a rich frontier history. This home, constructed in 1900 and now on the National Register of Historical Places, has been preserved by the city to serve as a living museum. As visitors explore the house, they will find exhibits detailing county history from the Land Run to Oklahoma statehood. The architectural style is Queen Anne, and rooms are furnished with period antiques and stained-glass windows. This is a wonderful attraction for both history and architecture or interior design buffs. Admission is free.
  • Oklahoma City Zoo

    2101 Northeast 50th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73111 United States - Phone: +1 405 424 3344
    This zoo in OKC is consistently rated as one of the best zoos in the United States, home to nearly 3,000 animals, it definitely is one of the largest. Some featured exhibits include the Cat Forest and Lion Overlook, in which you can see lions, tigers, jaguars and leopards. The 'Great Escape' showcases gorillas, orangutans, chimpanzees and other primate life. One of the zoo's most popular attractions is 'Aquaticus', an aquarium extravaganza that features a dolphin and sea lion spectacle. The zoo is also very active in the community, it provides nature classes, labs, tours and 'Zoomobiles' for all ages. At the end of the day, guests usually catch the show under the stars at the Zoo Amphitheater.
  • Al-Mu'min Mosque

    1322 NE 23rd Oklahoma City, OK 73111 United States - Phone: 1+ 405 424 0352
    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. Call for more details.
  • Chesapeake Boathouse

    725 South Lincoln Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73129 United States - Phone: +1 405 552 4040
    You cannot miss the dramatic presence of Chesapeake Boathouse, in the shape of a slender rowing shell, along the banks of the Oklahoma River. It lends a beautifully surreal image of the Chesapeake building floating above the river, especially during the night. Apart from offering marine facilities like kayaking, rowing and dragon boating, Chesapeake Boathouse also rents deck, lobby and its event-room for meetings, parties and receptions.
  • Langston University Oklahoma City Campus

    4205 North Lincoln Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73105 United States - Phone: +1 405 962 1620
    Langston University at Oklahoma City is a prestigious body that serves as a great learning center for its students. The university campus offers programs and courses in an environment conducive to the over-all development of each student. The campus also holds group discussions, meetings and conferences, as also it rents its auditorium and conference rooms for the same.
  • Regatta Park

    725 South Lincoln Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 297 8912
    Regatta Park is a great recreation center for the locals in Oklahoma. Located in the heart of Downtown, the park is used by the locals for hosting a number of events, parties and sporting events. The annual Oklahoma RiverFest also takes place at the park and draws a lot of people from all over the city. The event includes a number of games and activities for the kids as well as the adults including bicycle races, boat races and live music.
  • ASA Hall of Fame Stadium

    2801 NE 50th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73111 United States
    Calling all softball fans - Oklahoma City is home to what is widely considered to be the country's best softball facility. There are four top-quality fields along with a host of world-class amenities. It is host to many softball events throughout the year; check the website or call for details of upcoming events. 
  • Oklahoma River

    3501 Southwest 15th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73108 United States - Phone: +1 405 478 4637(Tourist Information)
    The Oklahoma River is a seven mile portion of the North Canadian River, which was renamed in 2004. It is host to many attractions and events, from the beautiful Chesapeake Boathouse to the summer Oklahoma Riverfest. Recently, a bill was passed permitting the building of a permanent floating grandstand and permanent lighting for night racing events. 
  • Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum

    1400 Classen Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73106 United States - Phone: +1 888 501 2059
    This museum is housed in the ornate Mid-Continent Life Insurance building and its primary goal is to inform visitors about the many contributions that Oklahomans have provided to their state and country. Some of the highlights are the 'Bust Gallery', which displays the sculptured likenesses of famous Oklahomans like Maria Tallchief, Ralph Ellison and Mickey Mantle. There is also an interactive exhibit about the Chickasaw Nation and the Chesapeake Oklahoma Theater is located inside. Additionally, the museum provides a backdrop for other events such as field trips, workshops, weddings, etc. Check website for more details and information.   
  • The University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma

    1727 West Alabama Chickasha, OK 73018 United States - Phone: +1 405 224 3140 / +1 800 933 8726(Toll Free)
    Established in 1908 solely for women, the University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma has the unique distinction of being America's only public liberal arts college. The faculty have all been carefully chosen so as to allow for a friendly climate where students and teachers can interact with each other. The beautiful building which has completed a century is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Sports like basketball, tennis, flag football, sand volleyball and others are greatly encouraged along with community events and extra curricular activities.
  • Rose State College

    6420 Southeast 15th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73110 United States - Phone: +1 405 733 7673
    Come visit the campus of this recognized school.
  • Chisholm Trail Park

    500 West Vandament Yukon , OK 73099 United States - Phone: +1 405 354 8442
  • Oklahoma National Stockyards

    2501 Exchange Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73108 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 8675
    This district of town, known as Stockyards City, is home to the largest cattle market in the world. In fact, it was these stock yards that provided the impetus for the state's first major industry. Over the last century, the area had fallen into decline and decay since its inception in 1910, however today the area has been revitalized without losing its authentic 'Old-West' feel. A highlight of the stockyard is a stroll over a walkway that hovers above some of the massive beasts. The shops primarily focus on a variety of western wear, from cowboy hats and boots to Bolo ties and even spurs! It's also pretty accurate to assume that the restaurants in the district serve some of the best steaks in the Midwest, don't forget Cattlemen's Steakhouse. While this area could be considered "touristy," it remains an essential place to visit to get a true picture of 'Ol' OKC'.
  • Boathouse District

    725 South Lincoln Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73129 United States - Phone: +1 405 552 4040
    Oklahoma City's Boathouse District offers something for everyone, from families and kids to athletes and loafers. Located on the Oklahoma River, there are over 12 miles of beautiful trails for running, walking or cycling. The boathouses that line the river here house a variety of rowing teams and training centers, as this portion of the river hosts a variety of races throughout the year. Boat and canoe rentals are also available. 
  • Western Avenue

    North Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK United States
    Located north of downtown Oklahoma City, this stretch of Western Avenue features a dizzying array of restaurants, shops and entertainment options. There are also multiple antique shops and art galleries in which you will probably find that unique item to add to your home or garden. Be sure to take advantage of their 'Wednesdays on Western' promotion, during which many merchants offer special deals and discounts to customers.
  • Centennial Land Run Monument

    200 Bass Pro Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States
    In 1889, over two million acres in present-day Oklahoma was opened to settlement by President Benjamin Harrison. However, land couldn't be claimed until after noon on April 22 of that year. Over 50,000 settlers lined up on that day, and when a canon was fired at noon it was off to the races to claim some land. This monument, designed by local artist Paul Moore, is at 1.5 scale, giving the pieces a larger-than-life appearance.
  • Adventure District

    1 Remington Place Oklahoma City, OK 73111 United States - Phone: +1 405 290 7529
    With many of Oklahoma City's top attractions located within a two-mile radius, it is no wonder that the Adventure District is one of the area's top tourist destinations. In fact, each year over three million tourists visit this district. Attractions here include the Oklahoma City Zoo, the National Softball Hall of Fame, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, and Remington Park Racing and Casino. With all of this entertainment in one place, it will be tough to ever leave!
  • Tiger Safari

    963 County Street 2930 Tuttle, OK 73089 United States - Phone: +1 405 381 9453 / +1 405 414 9365
    Come experience a close encounter with exotic animals at Tiger Safari. The park has over 100 animals that you can get up close and personal with like tigers, leopards, lions, wallabys, lemurs, camels, bears and much much more. Kids and adults will love visiting with all these interesting animals, and the park offers all kinds of different packages for groups like special tours and camping.
  • South Lakes Regional Park

    South Meridian Avenue & Southwest 119th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73173 United States - Phone: +1 405 297 2756
    Enjoy the great outdoors at this 158 acre park. With walking trails, half basketball courts and picnic areas, this is the perfect place to spend the day. Children will love playing on the large playground with swings and a play area. The park is well-known for its soccer fields where the South Lakes Soccer Club hold games throughout the year. If you don't want to play a spot, just walk around and enjoy the scenery. Have a picnic by one of the two lakes and admire the waterfall next to the pedestrian bridge.
  • Route 66 Park

    9901 Northwest 23rd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73141 United States - Phone: +1 405 297 2211
    Route 66 Park sits along the beautiful Lake Overholser and its main feature is the three-story Cyrus Avery Observation Tower that overlooks the scenic lake. The park is the largest in the city's park system and it's full of fun activities for the whole family. In addition to the aforementioned tower, it has a small amphitheater, walking trails, ponds and a skate park. Don't forget to check out the historic map of the 'Mother Road' in the plaza before or after your visit, it displays the 34 landmarks from Illinois to California.
  • Paw Park

    3303 Northwest Grand Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 297 2211(City Park Council)
    Paw Park is located right by Oklahoma City's Lake Hefner and its the definitive favorite of the canine population of the city. This park has everything a dog could want (and its owner) with two different fenced in free run spaces for large and small dogs, trees, a swimming pond, water stations and even a fire hydrant. Paw Park is repeatedly voted one of the Best Dog Parks in the United States by various reputable publications.
  • Edwards Park Fishing Lake

    1515 North Bryant Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73117 United States - Phone: +1 405 297 2211
    Edwards Lake Fishing Lake is a small lake located within Northeastern Oklahoma City's Edwards Park. The lake has two uncovered docks for casual fishing. There are various fishing classes and workshops that frequently take part at the lake. Contact the city's Parks department to inquire about necessary permits.
  • Reaves Park

    2501 Jenkins Avenue Norman, OK 73072 United States - Phone: +1 405 366 5472 (City Park Council)
    If a fun-filled day with the family is what you seek, Reaves Park would be a great spot to pick. With its many facilities, this outdoor space appeals to people of all ages, ensuring that a good time is had by one and all. This park features a picnic area, playground equipment, sand volleyball courts and walking and jogging tracks. The annual Medieval Fair that has been a Norman tradition since 1977 is held here.
  • Wheeler Park

    1120 South Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73109 United States - Phone: +1 405 297 3882(City Park Council)
    Wheeler Park, situated along the Oklahoma River, was the original site of the city zoo. Named after the land donor James B. Wheeler, it is a popular recreational spot among locals and visitors. This 43-acre (17-hectare) green space encompasses baseball and athletics fields, the Eggeling Stadium, playgrounds and bike trails. Unwind with a picnic on one of their cozy spots or work a sweat with a game of softball.
  • Hambrick Botanical Gardens

    1700 Northeast 63rd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73111 United States - Phone: +1 405 478 2250
    Beautifully manicured lawns and eye catching beds of flowers are something you will find at the Hambrick Botanical Gardens. This garden is a part of the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum and has three other gardens adjacent to it. This charming little green space is nice and shady with huge trees in it and the streams that flow by give the garden a soothing effect.
  • Bricktown Entertainment District

    429 East California Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 236-4143
    This is OKC's primary destination for visitors seeking restaurants, bars, museums and places to entertain themselves. The historic district was formerly a place filled with warehouses and storage depots along the Bricktown Canal, however this industry has now departed and the buildings have been rehabbed and refurbished into stylish lofts and businesses. Highlights in the district include the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, the Tapwerks Ale House and it is just steps away from the Cox Convention Center and Chesapeake Arena. One of the coolest attributes of the neighborhood is the mode of transport; the water taxis zoom up-and-down the Bricktown Canal and drop visitors off at several stops along the way. 
  • Stockyards City

    Stockyards City Main Street Oklahoma City, OK 73108 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 7267
    Stockyards City is a historical part of town that showcases all things Western. When settlers arrived, they used the area as a cattleyard and over the decades it became dotted with packing plants throughout. Today, the cattle market still functions as one of the largest in the world. The packing warehouses are gone, most are replaced with western wear shops and great restaurants, try the popular Cattlemen's Steakhouse, the steaks are outstanding. One of the highlights for guests is the ability to saunter out over a walkway to see the bovines mooing below in the National Stockyards Exchange. If you would like to see a place that played an integral role in the city's history, come down and check out this interesting neighborhood, you might even find that perfect cowboy hat!
  • Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism

    621 North Robinson Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 278-6300
    1n 1995, Timothy McVeigh bombed the Alfred Murrah federal building and in response to that tragic attack, the victims' families subsequently created this institute as a center for citizens to become informed about terrorist threats.  Some of the sobering highlights include displays on everything from how victims deal with the outcomes of these attacks to the reasons and conflicts themselves. Another main feature at the institute is the Lawson Library. Here, visitors will find that this repository has the largest collection of homeland security information in the U.S. In order to bring attention to public safety, the institute works with over 800,000 police officers in social policy like continuing education and community relations. Through its online portal, U.S. residents themselves can become involved in law enforcement education to better protect their own communities. 
  • Coop Ale Works

    1124 Northwest 51st Street Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 842-2667
    Oklahoma has some of the most prohibitive and strict regulations on liquor in the entire country. Any alcohol with a content above 4%ABV (alcohol by volume) is sold at room temperature in state-licensed stores. So, the Coop Ale Works has to sell its beers at this temp because the ABV is over the limit. Unfortunately, you cannot buy these cold, but at the brewery located just north of downtown, visitors can come and taste some of the quality, handcrafted beers that are sold cold throughout restaurants and bars around the city. One other note, you cannot buy these beers in bulk here, to find them, check their website for a list of state-licensed retailers.
  • Oklahoma River Trails

    701 South Lincoln Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73129 United States - Phone: +1 405 297-3882
    The Oklahoma River is an offshoot of the Mighty Mississippi hundreds of miles away to the east. Thankfully, it is still a viable river perfect for recreation and leisure on its banks. The asphalt trails on both sides of the river cover 13-miles, however there is no way to cross from one side to the other! To access the north trail, start at Regatta Park and to access the south, there is an entrance at SW 15th and Sheridan. One other note, the OKC Parks Department does not allow motorized vehicles, only pedestrian and cycling activity.
  • Oklahoma State Capitol

    2300 North Lincoln Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK United States - Phone: +1 405 521 3356
    The Oklahoma State Capitol, constructed between 1915 and 1917 after the state capitol was moved from Guthrie to Oklahoma City. Sitting on 100 acres, it is the only state capitol to be on and surrounded by active oil fields and rigs. The Greco-Roman Capitol Building is made of limestone and features a magnificent dome which, although part of the original building plans, was not added until 2002. in addition to the Capitol Building itself, the campus houses the Oklahoma History Center, the Oklahoma Veterans' Memorial, the Judicial Center and the Governor's Mansion. Tours are available.
  • Flip's Wine Bar & Trattoria

    5801 North Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 843 1527
    This small neighborhood restaurant, located near upscale Nichols Hills, serves what it calls “rustic-style Italian food.” Old-fashioned Italian meals mix comfortably with new dishes like the pasta chips, which are pieces of fried pasta (Flip's answer to the potato chip). A popular hang out for the locals, Flip's is a great place to experience Oklahoma City and specifically the Nichols Hills area. An average meal includes soup and salad, and the bar serves an extensive selection of beer, wine and liquor. They also showcase local artists, and feature a new artist every six weeks.
  • County Line Bar-B-Q

    1226 Northeast 63rd St Oklahoma City, OK 73111 United States - Phone: +1 405 478 4955
    Built in the 1940s, this restaurant makes you feel like you have stepped back in time when you walk through the doors. Located just a few blocks west of the Cowboy Hall of Fame, this is a great place to get a taste of real Oklahoma barbecue. Try the popular Baby Back Platter if you are in the mood for ribs. There are function rooms available with seating from 40-80 people, and if you need a caterer, the great chefs can accommodate parties from 50-2,000 people.
  • Cattlemen's Steakhouse

    1309 South Agnew Street Oklahoma City, OK 73108 United States - Phone: +1 405 236 0416
    Founded in 1910, Cattlemen's Steakhouse is one of the oldest restaurants in Oklahoma, and for more than 100 years it has served thousands of people. Diners will find roasted perfection on the menu, with options like brisket, burnt ends, full slabs of ribs, dry-aged steaks the list goes on-and-on. Besides the delicious beef, they are also famous for their lamb fries, a most unusual delicacy (be sure to ask your server to describe them to you). Additionally, if you are here for breakfast, Cattlemen's is the spot because the kitchen heaps generous portions onto plates perfect for sharing at super reasonable prices.
  • Hideaway Pizza

    901 North Broadway Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 796 7777
    This is not just your typical pizza joint; the pizza here is out-of-this-world for those who do not live in Chicago or New York. Try the specialty versions such as 'The Big Country', with toppings of Canadian bacon, pepperoni, Polish sausage, cheddar cheese and hamburger. If you are feeling a bit daring, try the barbecue pizza or the pizza with Alfredo sauce, mozzarella, provolone, chicken and bacon. For non-pizza lovers, try one of the pasta dishes or sandwiches, all options are great.
  • La Baguette Bistro

    7408 North May Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 840 3047
    While "casual French" may sound like an oxymoron, this restaurant proves it can be done—and done well. It serves a wonderful variety of French fare, with a few American favorites thrown in for balance. Complement that with a relaxed atmosphere and you have the makings of a choice dining experience. To sample the most popular menu items, order the rotisserie chicken or the rotisserie duck. To satisfy your sweet tooth, opt for the delectable bakery treats such as cheesecake, chocolate mousse cake and éclairs.
  • Pearl's Oyster Bar

    5641 Classen Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 848 8008
    There is a very New Orleans feel to this Nichols Hills restaurant, with blues music and the Cajun and Creole dishes. The outdoor patio is popular in the warm months. There is a full bar in this trendy, lighthearted restaurant, which is often frequented by regulars. You will find a wide variety of seafood dishes, including the very popular fresh oysters on the half shell, as well as various salmon, trout, tuna, snapper, catfish and shrimp dishes. You will also find chicken, burgers, steaks and salads on the menu.
  • Redrock Canyon Grill

    9221 Lake Hefner Parkway Oklahoma City, OK 73120 United States - Phone: +1 405 749 1995
    Look past the cactus and southwestern decor populating the interior of this restaurant and you'll discover what draws diners most. Overlooking Lake Hefner, this spot affords you one of the best views in Oklahoma City, and a wonderful view of the sunset. The Southwestern-American cuisine here includes rotisserie chicken and tenderloin, both served with mashed potatoes. The menu is slightly limited, ranging from salad to steak, but all are delicious.
  • Deep Fork Grill

    5418 North Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 848 7678
    Start with cocktails in the antique bar while you wait for your table in this expensive and dressy Nichols Hills restaurant. The full bar features a great selection of wines. The most popular item is the Cedar Plank Salmon which is served with a choice of side dishes. The menu features fresh fish, steaks and a nice selection of appetizers. At lunchtime, the menu offers more salads and sandwiches and the price is about $9 per meal.
  • Haunted House Restaurant

    7101 Miramar Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73111 United States - Phone: +1 405 478 1417
    An old country inn, rumored to be haunted, creates a romantic setting for dinner with its lush green surroundings. Many a lover's heart has been over an exquisite meal here. Dine on the popular the fillet mignon, served with a salad and your choice of potato or wild rice, or select from a variety of seafood, lamb and chicken dishes. Be sure to save room for the outstanding desserts, such as the Brandy Ice.
  • Chelino's Mexican Restaurant

    15 East California Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 3533
    The atmosphere in this two-story restaurant, located right on the Bricktown Canal, is festive and loud. This restaurant is popular with locals and tourists alike, especially since it is the only restaurant with dining overlooking the canal on a patio and upper balcony. The clientele tends to be young, often college-aged, but children are always welcome here. It is a little mild for Mexican food, so be sure to ask for hot sauce with your meal.
  • Abuelo's Mexican Food Embassy

    17 East Sheridan Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 1422
    The specialty dishes at this Bricktown Mexican restaurant are unlike anything you will find elsewhere. For instance, the Los Mejores de la Casa is a combination of filet medallions wrapped in bacon, and shrimp stuffed with Monterey jack cheese and a strip of jalapeno pepper, all grilled. But if you are not feeling that courageous, the restaurant has all the regular Mexican dishes too. The motif comes from a hotel in Laredo, Mexico, and you will love the authentic Mexican feel of this restaurant.
  • Bellini's Ristorante & Grill

    6305 Waterford Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 848 1065
    Located in the elegant Waterford Hotel, Bellini's offers delicious Italian dishes in a Mediterranean atmosphere. You can dine on the trellis-covered patio overlooking the lake and the beautiful grounds of the hotel. You will feel pampered inside and outside by the friendly and attentive staff. Catering is available. Also, try Bellini's improved Sunday brunch buffet, which lasts from 10:30am until 2pm. It features fresh seafood and omelets, as well as a carving station.
  • Pepperoni Grill

    1901 Northwest Highway Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 848 4660
    Dine on the patio, the inside patio that is, and people-watch while you dine on delicious Italian meals. Decorated with olive oils and breads, it almost has the feel of an Italian market. Lunchtime surrounds you with shoppers as the restaurant is located within Penn Square Mall. Try the wood-fired brick oven pizzas, or if you are really hungry, select the Classico Combo, which includes meat lasagna, chicken parmesan and fettuccine Alfredo served with steamed vegetables.
  • Johnnie's Charcoal Broiler

    2652 West Britton Road Oklahoma City, OK 73120 United States - Phone: +1 405 751 2565
    The man behind these popular fast-food burger joints has been in the business for more than 50 years. And with more than seven restaurants in the greater Oklahoma City metropolitan area, it is easy to see how Johnnie has remained in business for so many decades. The burgers are better than your standard fast-food favorite and here, Johnnie's gimmick is that he grates his cheddar cheese. Nonetheless, a place that has onion rings that can fit around your wrist merits all the attention it deserves. In addition to burgers and fries, the kitchen serves sandwiches, salads, chili and hot dogs also.  
  • Zio's Italian Kitchen

    2035 South Meridian Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73108 United States - Phone: +1 405 680 9999
    If you are staying near the airport, be sure to check out this casual Italian restaurant. The food is authentic Italian, with lots of pastas, wood-fired brick oven pizzas, salads, soups and appetizers. This is a family-friendly restaurant, so feel free to bring the kids along. At these prices you can afford to. During the week you will be dining with a lot of businesspeople staying in the surrounding hotels. On the weekends, you will see more locals.
  • Mantel Wine Bar & Bistro

    201 East Sheridan Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 236 8040
    You will find French, southwest American, Italian and fusion cuisine on the menu at this intimate restaurant in Bricktown. With inside seating for 82 maximum, this restaurant is very small and romantic. You can sit on the patio cafe style and watch the passers-by. There is a full bar and a large wine list in this unusual restaurant. Try the Salmon au Poivre or the Seafood Diane if you are in the mood for something from the sea. The pasta dishes are very popular as well.
  • Metro Wine Bar & Bistro

    6418 North Western Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 840 9463
    In Nichols Hills, you will find this upscale casual American bistro serving a large variety of foods from fresh seafood and steak to pasta and liver and onions. The most popular menu item, the half-roasted chicken with garlic is served with vegetables and whipped potatoes, it truly is sublime simplicity. While the atmosphere is a bit on the fancier side, with white tablecloths and candles on each table, the attitude is still casual.
  • Bricktown Brewery

    1 North Oklahoma Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 232 2739
    In the heart of Bricktown, this two-story restaurant and bar is a hot spot for the young, single after-work crowd. Upstairs you will find a large, very casual bar area where you can enjoy live music on Fridays and Saturdays. Downstairs is a casual restaurant and lounge area, which is a little more family-friendly. The chefs cook up quite a variety here, including pork, chicken, steak, fish, sandwiches and burgers. The steaks are the most popular items on the menu. In addition to dinner, the bar has a great lunch menu with many of the same items, only at a better price.
  • Spaghetti Warehouse Italian Grill

    101 East Sheridan Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 0402
    Before Bricktown was the popular destination it is today, this restaurant was serving up its basic Italian menu to very large crowds. Although the bulk of the menu is pasta, the most popular dish is the Rib Eye Steak, which was just added, and is served with garlic-mashed potatoes. Do not fill up, because there are lots of desserts to choose from like tiramisu, cheesecake, turtle cheesecake, carrot cake and more. Whether it is a business lunch or a night out with the crowd, this is a great destination.
  • Michael's Grill

    2824 West Country Club Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 810 9000
    Since 1996, this very exclusive restaurant has been serving the truly wealthy of Oklahoma City. Located adjacent to the Oklahoma City Country Club, its regulars are often members of the club. The minimalist decor creates a rather austere environment, and the dress code requirement keeps out the riff-raff. This is generally not a family-friendly restaurant either. The menu offers a delicious array of steak, seafood and several Italian specialties, alongside a formidable wine list. Call for reservations and opening hours.
  • Chuck House

    4430 Northwest 10th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States - Phone: +1 405 942 0852
    Absolutely the best chicken-fried steak you will ever taste can be found at a little out-of-the-way fast-food restaurant on 10th Street. They have other things on the menu, including fried chicken and burgers, but people go there for the chicken-fried steak. This restaurant has been under the same ownership since it opened in the late 1970s, and except for a new coat of paint now and then, it has not changed much. You will especially love the original wood paneling. You can get a sandwich with fries or a dinner, both with a drink, for less than $10.
  • Pearl's Crabtown

    303 East Sheridan Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 232 7227
    This Cajun restaurant is famous for its crab boil; it's famously dumped straight onto your paper-covered table for you to dive into. There's great blues and jazz music playing in the background of this New Orleans-style restaurant to really get you in the mood. If you are visiting in May, call about the Crawfish Festival, where you can enjoy live music, face painters, strolling entertainers and crawfish galore. Aside from seafood, you can also enjoy chicken and steak prepared the Cajun way. There is a full bar with a specialty drink list.
  • Pioneer Pies Restaurant & Bakery

    2201 South West 74th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73159 United States - Phone: +1 405 682 4433
    The bakers in this family restaurant make 27 different kinds of pies, from the expected (chocolate cream and coconut cream) to the very unexpected (Millionaire Pie, a light vanilla-based concoction with crushed pineapple and pecans). There are even four sugar-free pies. You can eat breakfast, lunch and dinner here, too. The lunch and dinner menu has lots of hometown favorites like chicken fried steak and chicken, sandwiches, steak, salad, burgers and more. There are lunch specials every day from 11:30am to 4pm. There is no bar.
  • Earl's Rib Palace

    6816 North Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 843 9922
    This is one of the most trendy places to eat in the Nichols Hills area; so if you go at lunchtime, either get there early or expect to wait awhile. The ambiance in the restaurant is no-frills, nostalgia with hubcaps, 50's placards and Elvis memorabilia on the walls. Try the popular 'Smokestack', a monstrous sandwich of chopped beef, a hot link and coleslaw. The half-pound burgers are almost as popular as the barbecue of which there is a large selection, including ribs, brisket and more.
  • Charleston's Restaurant

    2000 South Meridian Oklahoma City, OK 73108 United States - Phone: +1 405 681 6686
    This comfortable place is great for business meetings or just a fun evening out. Decorated with lots of brickwork and woodwork, you will enjoy the darker atmosphere for your lunch or dinner. The most popular menu item is the Baby Back Ribs, served with smokehouse-baked beans and French-fries. Another popular item, the Chicken Club Salad, contains fried chicken tenders atop mixed greens; served with avocados, bacon, eggs, tomatoes and onions with your choice of dressings, which are made in-house.
  • Rib Crib

    1035 Northwest 63rd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 810 8800
    This is a great place to try some different barbecue meat, because they have a great selection: ribs, brisket, Polish sausage, ham, bologna, turkey, hot links and chicken breasts. The food is good enough that there is a wait at lunchtime most days, so it is worth the trip. At this location, you will dine with businesspeople that work nearby. There is a full-service bar and live blues musical entertainment. Try the other locations at 401 Southwest 74th, and 720 South Broadway in Edmond.
  • Trapper's Fishcamp & Grill

    4300 West Reno Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States - Phone: +1 405 943 9111
    You will feel like you have just finished a day of fishing on the bayou when you step into this lodge-like restaurant. The bar is such a fun place, with the zydeco and Cajun music playing in the background, you might not want to go to your table. Stay or go, the menu is so unusual you will not want to miss it. Try alligator meat (blackened or fried) as an unusual appetizer. Then move on to the very popular Trapper Snapper. The patrons are often businesspeople staying at nearby hotels. The varied menu offers seafood, steak, chicken, pasta, prime rib and salads. The full bar offers a specialty drink of the house called a Rainbow Trout. A frozen concoction of different fruit juices and liquor, it is delicious and dangerous at the same time.
  • VZD's

    4200 North Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 524 4203
    Looking for great food and live music? Go no further. This hot spot has been offering both since 1976. It does not have music every night, so call ahead, but it gets some great acts like Red Hot Chili Peppers. Enjoy a sandwich or salad, or just munch of some of the appetizers. This trendy Nichols Hills restaurant and bar is perfect for dinner or a fun night out. Expect a cover charge if there is entertainment. Enjoy Happy Hour from 4p-7p Monday through Friday with domestic longnecks on special and a free buffet.
  • Sushi Neko

    4318 North Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 528 8862
    The Japanese fare at this trendy Nichols Hills spot is worth the visit. The simplistic design in the restaurant and bar is not necessarily comfortable when you have to sit on the floor, but definitely authentic. Select from a great variety of Japanese sushi, sashimi and other classic dishes like Teriyaki Chicken, Beef and Salmon, they all are served with a side of Japanese potato salad. This place is also a great place for take-out.
  • Junior's

    2601 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 848 5597
    For 26 years Junior's has been delighting its customers with its famous Caesar salad, as well as delicious steaks and seafood. During the 1980s when the oil business was booming in OKC, Junior's was a favorite lunch and dinner spot for the oil tycoons. Today it is still very popular among the wealthier set, but everyone is welcome as long as you are dressed well. After dinner, move into the piano bar and enjoy entertainment until 2am. Try the trademark 13-ounce K.C. Strip, 8-ounce filet, the lobster tail or shrimp.
  • Miriwa

    825 Northwest 23rd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73106 United States - Phone: +1 405 524 6158
    The all-you-can-eat lunch buffet for a reasonable price is an excellent deal at this 15-year-old establishment close to downtown in northwest Oklahoma City. At lunchtime, you will be dining with the local businesspeople, whereas dinnertime brings more families out. Try the Ca Kho To, which is sliced catfish with fish sauce and green onions, simmered in a clay pot. The Bo Xao Scallop is beef with fresh scallops in an oyster sauce. There are also low-fat and vegetarian choices.
  • La Luna Mexican Cafe

    409 West Reno Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 9596
    About five blocks west of Bricktown near the Myriad is this 11-year-old Mexican restaurant. The atmosphere is that of your typical Mexican restaurant, where not-so-subtle Southwestern art hangs all around. The fajitas are excellent, or try the Pollo Verde, which is a sauteed chicken breast with Poblano peppers, onions, tomatoes and jack cheese. The chips and salsa are some of the best in town. There is free parking, a nice treat in this older part of town. Call for opening hours.
  • Cocina De Mino

    6022 South Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73139 United States - Phone: +1 405 632 1036
    This local chain of restaurants is very popular for its large menu and fresh food. You will be treated to complimentary hot sauce, cheese sauce, chips and flour tortillas. If you cannot decide what to have or you are not familiar with Mexican food, try the Deluxe Mexican Dinner. It is served with a taco, guacamole salad, cheese enchilada, chile-covered pork tamale and chicken enchilada covered with salsa ranchera. Along with all this you get rice and beans. After your meal, try a complimentary sopapilla.
  • Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery

    1900 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 840 1911
    Located in 50 Penn Place, the very upscale shopping center near Nichols Hills, Belle Isle is very popular with the local businesspeople for lunch. It is also a great weekend choice, with a dance floor and live music every Friday and Saturday night. There is a huge selection of dishes on the menu including everything from sandwiches to salmon. There are lots of great specials, particularly during their generous daily happy hour.
  • Classen Grill

    5124 North Classen Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 842 0428
    For a great breakfast or lunch, try this cafe/restaurant in the northwest part of town. If you go for breakfast, try a taquita, which is a grilled combo of potato, sausage, onion, tomato and eggs in a cheddar-jalapeno tortilla shell. There is also an old-fashioned citrus juicer in the middle of the restaurant so you can watch them freshly squeeze your orange juice. The breakfast menu has all the basics including pancakes, eggs, omelets and more. The lunch menu carries sandwiches, burgers and specialty salads.
  • Mill Bar & Grill

    3600 Northwest 58th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 949 0504
    If you want to watch the big game and drink a few beers, try this place near Northwest Expressway and Hefner Parkway. From 4pm-6pm Monday through Friday, enjoy 75-cent draws (that is local for "drafts"). And enjoy Schnapps all the time. Oh, and there is barbecue too but only for lunch. If you are in town for Monday Night Football, this is a great place to watch it. On those very special occasions, 60-ounce pitchers are USD1.50, and the food is free. Enjoy darts, pool, shuffleboard, video games and pinball while you are here.
  • Joe's Crab Shack

    5940 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73132 United States - Phone: +1 405 728 9906
    Fishermen will appreciate the fishing paraphernalia that abounds in this casual seafood restaurant. There are fishing nets, mounted fish, fishing lures and much more. Aside from seafood you will find steaks, hamburgers and pasta. The two most popular dishes are the Shrimp Combo, which is your choice of 12 shrimp cooked your favorite way, and the Seafood Sampler is a combination of fried clams, shrimp, fish and crab, served with French fries and hush puppies.
  • Caffe Pranzo

    9622 North May Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73120 United States - Phone: +1 405 755 3577
    This northwest storefront restaurant will offer you an intimate Italian meal in a casual atmosphere. The most popular item is the Primavera Aglio Oleo, which is grilled zucchini, artichoke hearts, squash and Roma tomatoes all served over tomato basil fettuccine.The menu is authentic Italian and very creative. There are a lot of healthy choices, as well as the old fashioned Italian favorites. There is not a full bar, but you will find a big selection of beer and wine.
  • Charcoal Oven

    2701 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 842 8911
    The first thing you will notice is the giant cartoon chef on the sign for this restaurant. The next thing you will notice is that there is no inside in which to eat. You can either drive-through or eat outside on the patio at this burger joint, which was established in 1958. The feeling is nostalgic, but the food is 21st century delicious. Try an Italian burger, a mushroom burger or a Santa Fe chicken sandwich. For dessert, try the cobbler of the day, or enjoy a slush or a shake with your meal. Call for opening hours.
  • Casa Perico

    4521 Northwest 63rd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73132 United States - Phone: +1 405 721 3650
    Enjoy delicious salsa and queso at this casual Mexican restaurant. You will find the rest of the food is very good as well, as you enjoy the festive atmosphere and music. Your best meals here are the basic dishes like fajitas, enchiladas and burritos. The specialties are good, too, but they really do the basics very well. Enjoy a wonderful Mexican beer with your meal.
  • Lotus Mandarin Chinese Restaurant

    5928 Northwest 38th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73122 United States - Phone: +1 405 495 3254
    If you cannot decide what your favorite Chinese meal is this all-buffet restaurant just might be the answer. You will really like it if you are interested in quantity as well as quality, because it is always all-you-can-eat. For almost 20 years this restaurant has been offering excellent Chinese food to its patrons, and they love it. The decor is very pink, which is a departure from your typical red Chinese decor at most restaurants of this type. The interior is very bright, despite the absence of windows. There is no bar. Call for opening hours.
  • Jamil's Steakhouse

    4910 North Lincoln Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73105 United States - Phone: +1 405 525 8352
    There is no other place in Oklahoma City with quite as much style as this Lebanese steakhouse. As soon as you have been seated, the wait staff will bring you a complimentary tabouli salad with a relish tray and hummus tahini bean dip. After you have ordered from the excellent menu, you will be served complimentary cabbage rolls with smoked ribs and bologna. Your choice of steak, ribs or seafood will be served with a baked potato and hot bread.
  • Interurban City Express

    204 North Robinson Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 4448
    If you are staying or spending time in the business district, try this fast and delicious restaurant for breakfast and lunch. There is a great selection of sandwiches, salads, ribs and burgers on this large menu. The most popular items are the Blackened Chicken Bowtie Pasta, the fajitas and the baby back ribs. The chefs prepare all the typical breakfast items, as well as some fun breakfast burritos and different varieties of biscuit sandwiches.
  • Papa Dio's

    10712 North May Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73120 United States - Phone: +1 405 755 2255
    This restaurant has two distinct areas within. The wine bar side has fine dining with white tablecloths, candlelight and a small, upscale menu. The other side of the restaurant is the family oriented dining room. You will find everything from pasta to pizza, and your traditional Italian fare. This wine bar has won awards several years in a row and has one of the most extensive wine lists in Oklahoma. The trademark meal is personal fried pizzas that are said to be a secret recipe that has been in the family for 600 years.
  • Gopuram Taste of India

    4559 Northwest 23rd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73127 United States - Phone: +1 405 948 7373
    This large restaurant offers specialties from northern India as well as southern India, and the wonderful menu has a lot more than just the expected curry dishes. There is a buffet, or you can dine a la carte. You can order halal meat, vegetarian meals or a plethora of other authentic dishes from the wonderful and friendly wait staff. On the weekends, enjoy sitar music to put you in the Indian frame of mind.
  • Mediterranean Imports & Deli

    5620 North May Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 810 9494
    What started out 20 years ago as a Mediterranean grocery store has turned into a popular deli. At first, the owners added a few tables and offered a couple of sandwich items, but as the demand grew, so did the restaurant and menu. Now there is enough seating for 50 people and plans to add some outdoor dining as well. This is a great spot where you can enjoy very authentic Greek, Italian and Middle Eastern sandwiches and salads in a very casual atmosphere.
  • B-Won Korean Restaurant

    4517 South Sunnylane Rd Oklahoma City, OK 73135 United States - Phone: +1 405 670 1170
    If you are into Korean food, this is one of the best bets in a town known for its Asian food. Since the early 1990's, the friendly staff has been offering a full Korean menu that gives you plenty of choices; the most popular dish is the bulgogi, which is beef marinated in a special house soy sauce ($8.50). The diners are often people who work nearby, especially at lunchtime. Dinnertime brings in more families, and this is a restaurant with a loyal following of regulars. The small dining room is very casual; call for opening hours.
  • Rocky's Bricktown

    225 East Sheridan Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 239 6060
    A renovated 1930s warehouse, this club has retained historical touches like hardwood floors, retro furnishings and picturesque accessories. Old-fashioned lighted globes add to the mellow ambiance. There are a variety of drinks that are served from the 100-year-old antique bar. The food on menu has a southwestern flavor; featuring favorites like mesquite smoked chicken and Cajun catfish. The Hall also has banquet seating available, perfect for parties and business meetings.
  • Cimarron Steak House

    201 North Meridian Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States - Phone: +1 405 948 7778
    A visit to Oklahoma is not complete without enjoying a hearty meal at this popular steakhouse. This restaurant serves up huge portions for a moderate price. The menu offers steak, seafood and chicken dishes, with a house salad and sides of big French fries or a baked potato. The open kitchen area allows you to watch as your meal is cooked over a mesquite grill. Stop by on a Saturday night for live country music and dancing.
  • Nino's Mexican Restaurant

    6509 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73132 United States - Phone: +1 405 722 1808
    Fast, no-frills Mexican meals are the specialty of this comfortable family restaurant. Decorated in a warm Southwestern color scheme and festive Hispanic furnishings, this restaurant has big booths for family dining, tables for more intimate meals and a bar area. The menu offers a wide selection—from enchiladas, tacos, and burritos to chimichangas and fajitas. A children's menu with American food is also available. Great food and a friendly staff make this a great choice for lunch or dinner.
  • Ron's Hamburgers & Chili

    351 North Air Depot Road Midwest City, OK 73110 United States - Phone: +1 405 733 7667
    When you want a big, juicy hamburger cooked just the way you want it, head to Ron's. A no-frills, family-friendly eatery, the focus is all on the food. The menu consists of a variety of hamburgers, Coney's, ham and chicken sandwiches on thick Texas toast and hamburger steaks. For something different, try a bowl of the restaurant's signature chili.
  • Buzz Coffee & Cafe

    120 North Robinson Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 232 1109
    In the heart of downtown Oklahoma City at the corner of Park and Robinson, you will find this Seattle-style coffee shop. Stop by on the way to your business in the morning and pick up a Caffe Latte and a scone or cinnamon roll. At lunchtime, you will find great sandwiches, salads and pasta. The chicken salad is very popular and the Sundried Tomato Pasta is always a good choice. Besides coffee, you can have smoothies, shakes and, of course, regular fountain drinks and iced tea.
  • Classics Bar & Grill

    8310 North Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73114 United States - Phone: +1 405 810 8440
    The food is very basic, burgers and fries. The specialty (if you can call it that) is a greasy onion burger. But people do not typically come here for the food. There is live music every Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday nights, and sometimes on Saturday, too. The music is rockabilly and progressive bluegrass. Aside from enjoying the music, you can also enjoy pool tables, dartboards and five television sets where you can watch the game.
  • Club Rodeo

    2301 S Meridian Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73108 United States - Phone: +1 405 686 1191
    You do not have to be a country-western fan to enjoy this popular city nightclub. Guaranteed fun for all, Club Rodeo features an indoor bull riding arena. There are also some great nightly drink specials, and ladies night is every Wednesday. The decor is nothing spectacular - mainly wood furnishings and neon signs. The real draw is the atmosphere.
  • Oklahoma City Swing Dance Club

    4361 Northwest 50th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 943 1950
    Whether you are 16 or 60, there is nothing more fun than a night out dancing. This club, located in the Springdale Shopping Center, is the place to learn how to swing. But that is not the only dance you will learn. Trained instructors will teach you all the right moves in everything from swing, country-western, Latin or ballroom. Lessons are given every day of the week, and dances are held on weekends. Dances are open to the public. Come with the kids or alone, the club is family-friendly and maintains a smoke-free environment. Dance lesson times vary; please call for more information.
  • Ann's Chicken Fry

    4106 Northwest 39th Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 943 8915
    Oklahoma takes chicken-fried steak very seriously. It has even been named the official state meal, and you will know why after eating at this restaurant. Located on busy 39th Expressway, this restaurant stands out. Just look for the shocking-pink vintage car sitting out front. The "golden years" decor makes you feel like getting out that long-forgotten poodle skirt or letter jacket. The menu, as you can probably guess, consists of hearty home cooking. Ordering is simple; just fill up on a famous chicken-fried steak dinner with a heaping serving of sides.
  • Coach House

    6437 Avondale Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 842 1000
    The Coach House is probably the most exclusive of the six "Restaurant Row" establishments. A meal here is meant to be an experience, and the top-notch staff prides itself on providing impeccable service. The menu is always changing, as nationally-renown chef Kurt Fleischfresser enjoys reinventing his dishes—much to the delight of his patrons. Local businesspeople frequent the restaurant during its lunch hours, while more couples come for dinner. Due to the restaurant's extreme popularity, it is best to make reservations in advance.
  • Thai Kitchen

    327 Dean A. McGee Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 236 0229
    Strictly serving lunch, this cafe in downtown Oklahoma City has won the hearts (and stomachs) of local businesspeople who flock here during the noon hour. The cooks take great pride in creating a delicious buffet stocked with authentic Asian dishes for their clientele. For a modest cost, diners can fill up on a varied selection of Thai favorites, including several types of curry dishes. Thai cuisine is not easily found in the city, especially the quality kind made here.
  • Ajanta Cuisine of India

    12215 North Pennsylvania Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73120 United States - Phone: +1 405 752 5283
    Often voted a dining favorite in local publications, this restaurant brings fine Indian cuisine to the Oklahoma prairie. Guests can choose to mix-and-match at the well-stocked lunch buffet or select a meal from the extensive dinner menu. Do not be afraid to ask the friendly wait staff for their recommendation if you are foraying into Indian food for the first time. They are more than happy to guide you. Remember that you cannot go wrong with curry, and that is doubly true here. A full bar is available to complement your meal.
  • City Bites

    5959 Northwest Expwy Oklahoma City, OK 73132 United States - Phone: +1 405 728 8333
    A long-time local favorite, City Bites offers diners a wealth of delicious and healthy meal choices. Sandwiches made with your choice of deli meats and vegetables come in six-inch or foot-long sizes. For a hearty meal, try a sandwich with the always-tasty soup of the day. Whatever you choose, be sure to save some room for their famous cookies. You can't go wrong with a sweet Snickerdoodle. The fun, funky atmosphere attracts a varied clientele. Everyone from high-schoolers to businesspeople visit the restaurant regularly. You can dine in or get your order to go. Service is fast and friendly. Check website for other locations.
  • Ranch Steak House

    3000 West Britton Road Oklahoma City, OK 73120 United States - Phone: +1 405 755 3501
    This intimate dinner restaurant proves that a frontier decor can be authentic, but still elegant. The interior of the low-lit dining room is filled with sturdy western-style furnishings with rich leather accents. Appetizers include seafood and salad dishes and are delicious, but the real treat here is a steak cooked up by Chef Hobart. The Prime Fillet is a popular choice. After following up with coffee and dessert your visit will be worthwhile.
  • Lottinvilles Wood Grille

    900 South Kelly Edmond, OK 73003 United States - Phone: +1 405 341 2244
    This log-cabin restaurant can be found on the outskirts of Edmond, Oklahoma City's upscale neighbor to the north. Although the setting may be a little unpolished, the service and food definitely are not. The dining environment is casual, and the dishes take a similar approach. Seafood dominates Lottinville's menu. Try appetizers like Fried Rock Shrimp and entrees like Barbecue Salmon. The portions are big and the tastes savory. If you have not stuffed yourself by meal's end, indulge in a sweet treat from the dessert list. Call for opening hours.
  • Margarita's Mexican Restaurant

    7800 North May Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 848 8394
    Margaritas, a relative newcomer to the Oklahoma City Tex-Mex scene quickly made a name for itself, thanks to a menu of spicy delights. The interior is not authentically Southwestern, but it is very cozy. There are only around 15 tables. All meals come with sides of rice and frijoles or refried beans, but you might find you have no room left after tucking into the entree. One of the most indulgent dishes is the Comida Para Dos, a feast of beef, chicken and seafood. For a quiet, homey Mexican meal, Margarita's is the place.
  • Nonna's Euro-American Ristorante & Bar

    1 Mickey Mantle Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 4410
    Located in a historic warehouse, this gift shop-cum bakery and restaurant is an example of how to use all your space. The restaurant started as the Painted Door Gallery, (a gift shop that still functions today on the premises) and then it became part-bakery/bar and finally a casual dining establishment. Though this is not the original location, the owners use their 22,000 square feet wisely with three different floors in which to dine. The menu features classic American comfort food despite the Italian name for 'grandma' on the marquee; some of the items include an impressive Prime Rib, a perfectly Pan-seared Halibut entree and the amazing Angus Burger served with Tabasco marinated fried onions. The place even grows its own herbs and vegetables from its own greenhouse, Cedar Springs Farms. It is no wonder that this place consistently garners rave reviews from locals as well as tourists.
  • Whodunit Dining Room

    433 West Wilshire Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 420 3222
    Want a little entertainment with your meal? Check out this fun dining experience where the audience participates in an ongoing murder mystery play. A professional acting troupe performs the original works, written by Oklahoman Earline Cottet and suitable for the entire family. Throughout the evening, guests are asked to engage in their own detective-work and choose their chief suspect at the play's conclusion. The group also welcomes reservations for corporate functions. They will even tailor a play to fit your organization. While these plays are for all ages, liquor is available with dinner for adult patrons. Reservations are recommended. Check the website for details of events.
  • Red Lobster

    302 North Interstate Drive Norman, OK 73072 United States - Phone: +1 405 364 6724
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    4243 Nw Expressway St Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 842 1453
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    1000 Sw 74th St Oklahoma City, OK 73139 United States - Phone: +1 405 634 3395
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    2625 W Memorial Oklahoma City, OK 73134 United States - Phone: +1 405 755 1390
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    435 Shawnee Mall D Shawnee, OK 74804 United States - Phone: +1 405 273 6215
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Olive Garden

    117 Ed Noble Parkway Norman, OK 73072 United States - Phone: +1 405 573 0188
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    2321 Sw 74th St Oklahoma City, OK 73159 United States - Phone: +1 405 685 0781
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    2639 W Memorial Oklahoma City, OK 73134 United States - Phone: +1 405 749 8188
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    1844 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 843 2461
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Musashi's Japanese Steakhouse

    4315 North Western Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 602 5575
    Let Musashi's Teppanyaki Chefs treat you to some delicious dishes - Kobe Style Beef, Musashi's Special (Sake Lobster and Fillet Mignon), and Teriyaki Steak (thin sliced New York Strip glaze with teriyaki sauce). Vegetarians need not worry as the restaurant's Vegetarian Delight is equally delicious. The drinks menu features traditional sakes, wines and also some frozen drinks. On a pleasant day, opt for the outdoor seating.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    3600 S. Broadway Edmond, OK 73013 United States - Phone: +1 405 359 7432
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    860 N. Interstate Drive Norman, OK 73072 United States - Phone: +1 405 447 6770
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    4144 N.W. Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 840 5030
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    2219 S.W. 74th Oklahoma City, OK 73159 United States - Phone: +1 405 686 0918
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • El Chico

    3903 South Western Oklahoma City, OK 73109 United States - Phone: +1 405 634 8813
    Since 1940, patrons of El Chico savor the delicious taste of Mexican dishes served here. With bright colored walls and terracotta-tiled floors, the decor appears welcoming. The restaurant serves heap tamales, cheese enchiladas, tacos, fajitas with great consistency and efficiency. Frequented mostly by families and kids, this place offers Mexican delights to satisfy your palate and is pocket-friendly too!
  • P.F. Chang's China Bistro

    13700 North Pennsylvania Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73134 United States - Phone: +1 405 748 4003
    A national upscale restaurant, P.F. Chang's China Bistro is known for its delicious desserts as it is for its equally delicious food. Though traditional Chinese is the basic cuisine, the menu incorporates a list of contemporary Chinese delicacies. A full bar is featured here and serves an impressive list of alcoholic drinks. Though the decor has a touch of class the place is perfect for a casual meeting. P.F. Chang's China Bistro is for those who want to enjoy a hearty Chinese fare with a well complemented wine list.
  • Cheesecake Factory

    5600 North Penn Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 843 6111
    The Cheesecake Factory. Sounds tempting? Well there's more to it than just cheesecakes. This popular chain—one of its location being the Penn Square Mall—is a friendly place serving casual fare in a charming ambiance. Delicious appetizers, peppy pastas, wholesome sandwiches and healthy salads are served fresh on your platter. Meat lovers can devour steaks, chops, omelettes, fish and a host of seafood varieties. Combine these with a luscious cocktail or chilled beer and you are surely going to love every bit of it. But do keep space for the velvet smooth cheesecakes and other creamy delights! If you hate peak hour crowd, beat the rush and join in for a late lunch or enjoy late evening dining!
  • The Earth Cafe & Deli

    750 Asp Avenue Norman, OK 73069 United States - Phone: +1 405 573 5933
    The Earth Cafe & Deli distinguishes itself from the myriad eateries of Campus Corner next to the University of Oklahoma in Norman with its inexpensive, healthy food made from high-quality and mostly organic ingredients. With mouthwatering breakfast and lunch menus, you might want to arrive here early during the school year to avoid waiting in line. People from all walks of life come here for the Earth's organic coffees, scrumptious, creative and assorted baked goods, smoothies, fresh juices (carrot, wheatgrass, etc.) and breakfast specials. Their “dragon slayer” shot with lemon juice and cayenne pepper will definitely boost your immune system. The Earth serves up salads, soups and sandwiches in a style they call “Veggie Americana,” with items like veggie dogs topped with veggie chili and Fool Yo' Mama Chicken Salad, (also vegetarian). Their quarter-pounder Uber Burger is famous among Oklahoma vegetarians. Carnivores can enjoy lunch items like tuna or turkey sandwiches. Though super ecologically-conscious, they are never snobby about it. In fact, the “Earthlings” here are quite friendly and very “down-to-Earth!”  If you need more organic supplies and groceries, you can direct yourself to the original Earth Natural Foods, located not far away, at 309 South Flood Avenue Norman is about a half-hour drive south on I-35 from Oklahoma City.
  • Mama Roja Mexican Kitchen

    9219 Lake Hefner Parkway Oklahoma City, OK 73120 United States - Phone: +1 405 302 6262
    This border-style Mexican restaurant, on the shores of Lake Hefner, is the place to come for authentic border Mexican cuisine and stunning sunset views. Their signature Monterey plate, featuring grilled chicken or steak, with sauteed onions, pepper and jack cheese is a popular choice; if you're hungry, try the carne asada plate which boasts a gut-busting half pound of beef. They also have a varied choice of tacos, burritos and fajitas.
  • Sauced

    2912 Paseo Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73103 United States - Phone: +1 405 521 9801
    Sauced is a family-friendly cafe is also eco-friendly, with an emphasis on organic and locally-sourced ingredients. The food is simple and hearty, from homemade pizzas to a range of fresh salads. There is also a selection of delicious pastries and cookies to accompany your French-press coffee. In addition, opt for hand-crafted Belgium varieties of ales and lagers on offer. The vintage furnishings, relaxed vibe and quirky decor make for an artsy and welcoming ambiance.
  • Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill

    310 Johnny Bench Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 231 0254
    Country music star Toby Keith's chain of restaurants celebrates two of his passions - food and music. The place gets its name from Toby's popular song I Love This Bar, and the hearty American cuisine has customers chanting the same. Chef Brad Johnson's menu features local delicacies like steaks, meatloaf and rotisserie chicken, with their signature sauces and gravies. In addition, on offer is a healthy serving of patriotism - Freedom Fries, anyone? The place is laid-back and inviting, complete with interesting decor, and plays host to crowd-drawing live bands.
  • Boulevard Steakhouse

    505 South Boulevard Street Edmond, OK 73034 United States - Phone: +1 405 715 2333
    Boulevard Steakhouses is one of the best restaurants in the Oklahoma City area. The high class food like juicy steaks, oysters and lobster are complimented perfectly by the sophisticated and classic decor. In addition to the delicious food, customers rave about the fantastic service. Don't forget to take advantage of the martini bar.
  • Paseo Grill

    2909 Paseo Drive Oklahoma, OK 73103 United States - Phone: +1 405 601 1079
    Paseo Grill is located in the heart of Paseo Arts District with lovely Spanish colonial style galleries in view. The menu features American classics heavily influenced by contemporary styles. Sample the Cherry Wood Smoked Salmon with Hearts of Palm and Artichoke Medley, Chicken Saltimbocca and Surf & Turf, for a blend of flavors to appease your taste-buds. The passionate red walls, lush drapes and mood-enhancing lighting make a great backdrop for a date, family meal or a private event.
  • Cheever's Cafe

    2409 North Hudson Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73103 United States - Phone: +1 405 525 7007
    Once a florist's shop, Cheever's redesigned the place entirely to serve American food with a southwest twist. In fact, the flower ice storage room was converted to a wine cellar. The restaurant is a local favorite for both lunch and dinner, where the kitchen has dishes like Chimichurri Hangar Steak as an entree or the Quinoa Avocado Salad as an appetizer. Don't forget to try the Roasted Pecan Ice Cream Ball at the end of your meal, it is undeniably one of the best desserts in the city.
  • Grand House China Bistro

    2701 N. Classen Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73106 United States - Phone: +1 405 524 7333
    If you're having cravings for dim sum, the ornate, traditional Oriental setting of this restaurant is the perfect place to find it. The menu is wide and varied, with dim sum being one of the most popular choices. Their shu mai is particularly delicious. Grand House is also expert at catering for big parties and events; staff are courteous and prompt and dim sum is an excellent food to share amongst friends. Call for opening hours.
  • Iron Starr

    3700 North Shartel Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 524 5925
    This self-styled "urban barbecue" strives to serve up the traditional flavors of a down-home barbecue with a more contemporary, modern twist. The food is delectable - try their Molasses Glazed Salmon, or their St. Louis style ribs, where the meat is so tender it falls off the bone. The desserts menu is particularly notable; it's hard to go wrong with Double Chocolate Bread Pudding or Tanya's Key Lime Pie. There is an extensive drinks menu to accompany your meal; call for reservations. 
  • Jazmoz Bourbon Street Cafe - OKC Bricktown

    100 East California Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 232 6666
    Jazmoz brings New Orleans style food and entertainment to the heart of Oklahoma City. Enjoy the dimly lit dining room and sit back and listen to the nightly jazz show. The food is typically Southern and hearty, from the peel-your-own shrimp to their tasty catfish po'boy to a selection of bisques and gumbos. There is a full bar on the premises. 
  • Mahogany Prime Steakhouse OKC

    3241 Memorial Rd Oklahoma City, OK 73134 United States - Phone: +1 405 748 5959
    Steakhouses aren't in short supply in Oklahoma City, but this is definitely one of the classier options. The menu is somewhat limited but manages to encompass all the classic cuts, along with all the side dishes you'd expect. Mahogany is also known for its tasty martinis - be sure to test one of these out before or after your meal. Call for reservations. 
  • Mickey Mantle's Steakhouse

    7 Mickey Mantle Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 272 0777
    Mickey Mantle's, awarded many times since its opening, is definitely one of Oklahoma's places to see and be seen; it is frequently occupied by celebrities and other locals of note. The dining area is spacious and despite the huge floor area - 10,000 square feet - there is a feeling of seclusion and intimacy. The menu is short but each dish is prepared to its utmost potential. There is a full bar and Mickey Mantle's is also a fantastic restaurant to consider for your next private or corporate event. Reservations are recommended.
  • Museum Cafe

    415 Couch Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 6262
    The outdoor seating area at the Oklahoma Museum of Art's charming cafe makes it the perfect place to have a light lunch on a hot summer's day. This isn't your typical museum cafe though - it is a full service restaurant, with French flair in its cuisine, that serves up fine food combined with impeccable service. A lovely brunch is served on Sundays - reservations are recommended for brunch and dinner. 
  • Opus Prime Steakhouse

    800 West Memorial Road Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 607 6787
    Another of Oklahoma City's many steakhouses, this one is most notable for its staggering selection of wine. Over 1000 bottles from all around the world feature here, all carefully selected to complement the rich cuisine. As Opus caters for the discerning diner, the restaurant also has its own cigar lounge, where patrons can enjoy a fine cigar whilst sitting in plush, oversized leather chairs. The food is kept simple but uses top-quality ingredients - Opus is well known for its fine steaks, but also try their prime pork tenderloin, or their juicy portobello mushroom. 
  • Park Avenue Grill - Skirvin Hilton

    1 Park Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 702 8444
    The charming 1930s setting of the Park Avenue Grill gives diners a taste of what is to come; good, old fashioned, quality cuisine. It offers a good selection of steaks and seafood, all in hearty servings. To enhance your night out, there is an extensive drinks menu, with a host of creative cocktails alongside the traditional liquors, beers and wines. Free valet parking is provided for all diners; call for reservations. 
  • Red Prime Steak

    504 North Broadway Oklahoma City, OK 73103 United States - Phone: +1 405 232 2626
    Housed in the imposing Buick building on Broadway is this upscale steakhouse, beloved by locals. There is a fantastic range of steaks which you can personalize with a choice of crusts and sauces (or leave plain). For non-steak lovers, you can select from the 'wet' menu and choose from their seafood selections. Their desserts are positively delectable, from their red velvet cupcakes to their creme brulee. An excellent choice for a special night out. Call for opening hours. 
  • Lounge at Four Points by Sheraton Oklahoma City Quail Springs

    3117 NW 137th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73134 United States - Phone: +1 405 418 8448
    If you're in the mood for a drink or some international dishes but don't want to stray too far from the Memorial District feel free to the come the lounge at the Four Points by Sheraton Oklahoma City Quail Springs. Open daily, anyone is welcome to come, solo or with company, to this contemporary lounge.
  • S&B's Burger Joint

    5929 North May Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 843 8777
    Owners Shannon Roper and Bryan Neel are the restauranteurs behind OKC's favorite burger destination. Here they serve delicious versions of the American classic and this establishment has gained immense popularity among locals and tourists alike because of the rave reviews. In addition to traditional burgers, they also have some inventive alternatives like the 'Elvis', a bacon and peanut butter monster or the 'Columbian' seasoned with sea-salt and coffee. Both those options definitely cater to the more adventurous, however S&B's homemade flavor, its use of fresh ingredients and unparalleled service will ensure that you come back for more.
  • Sheplers

    812 South Meridian Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73108 United States - Phone: +1 405 947 6831
    Looking for cowboy boots? You cannot go wrong at this giant western wear shop, which has every kind of cowboy boot you can imagine. There is also a huge selection of western clothing for the whole family. You will find belts, purses, jewelry and more at this store, located near the airport. There is a large gift department with everything from frames to dish towels, there are even some food items (hot sauce and salsa, of course). Even if you do not need western wear this is a great place to browse.
  • Langston's Western Wear

    2224 Exchange Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73108 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 9536
    Located in Stockyard City, this western wear store has been in business since 1913, making it the oldest in Oklahoma City. If you are in the market for boots, the friendly staff will help you choose from 15,000 pairs. Nobody sells more Levi's or Wrangler's in the Southwest. Whether you are looking for a belt for your two-year-old or a hat for your dad, this shop carries it all, with western clothing for men, women and children. You will also find a small selection of Stockyard City souvenirs.
  • B.C. Clark Jewelers

    101 West Park Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 232 8806
    Looking for fine jewelry or gifts? This shop is the oldest jewelry store in Oklahoma, established in 1892. You will find a large selection of jewelry, watches, tabletop crystal and fine gifts. You will be able to choose from among the finest, priciest gifts imaginable, so if you are trying to impress somebody, this is a great place to start.
  • Penn Square Mall

    1901 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 842 4424
    There are 140 stores in Penn Square Mall anchored by department stores Dillard's, JC Penney and Foley's. Exclusive to this mall in Oklahoma City are Banana Republic, Georgiou, Pappagallo, Ann Taylor, Warner Bros. Studio Store, Brookstone, Crabtree & Evelyn, and Godiva Chocolatier. To fight off hunger pangs during your shopping excursion, try Pepperoni Grill near Dillard's, or opt for the food court with its large selection of dining spots.
  • Crossroads Mall

    7000 Crossroads Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73149 United States - Phone: +1 405 631 4421
    Located at the crossroads of I-240 and I-35 on the south side of Oklahoma City you will find the largest mall in the metro area. With 140 stores and four department stores (Dillard's, Foley's, Penney's and Ward's), you are sure to find exactly what you need. The mall was built in 1973, but it has undergone some renovations, including the addition of a brand new state-of-the-art 16-screen movie theater.
  • Greg Burns Fine Art & Framing

    9303 North Pennsylvania Pl Oklahoma City, OK 73120 United States - Phone: +1 405 842 5024
    See the fabulous work of this locally famous and internationally known artist. Although he has painted lots of historical Oklahoma scenes, you will also find Victorian homes and even landscapes that delight the eyes. Born with a muscle and joint disease, Mr. Burns paints with the pen in his hand and adds watercolor by holding the brush in his teeth. This store is a must-see if you are in OKC.
  • 23rd Street Antique Mall

    3023 Northwest 23rd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States - Phone: +1 405 947 3800
    This 11,000 square foot showroom features antiques of every style you can imagine. It has oak primitive furniture and Victorian mahogany and walnut furniture. Victorian music boxes, stained glass windows and early country store/early advertising items are also available. There is so much to see at this shop, with more than 60 showcases of fine porcelain, pottery and art glass.
  • 50 Penn Place

    1900 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 848 7588
    Across the Northwest Expressway from Penn Square Mall you'll find 50 Penn Place Gallery, an art shop with original paintings and sculptures by Oklahoma artists. Guest artists have the opportunity to showcase their work at the gallery during two-month intervals, ensuring that the collection is always diverse and fresh. 50 Penn Place is an upper crust, high-class mall with fun, one-of-a-kind retailers, including this fine art gallery.
  • Full Circle Bookstore

    1900 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 842 2900
    Fireplaces, couches, rolling ladders and fresh coffee make this bookstore, which has been at 50 Penn Place for 15 years, extra special. You have never been so pampered in a bookstore. You will feel like you have walked into the private library at an old country estate. But most libraries do not have 60,000 titles from which to choose. You can feel free to browse through your selections before you purchase them, so make yourself comfortable and put your feet up.
  • Collectibles, Etc.

    1511 North Meridian Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States - Phone: +1 405 524 1700
    Looking for a special gift for a child or a “young-at-heart” adult? This little gift shop has Steiff toys and other antique and collectible toys, as well as teddy bears and a great number of other treasures for children and adults alike. You may walk in just to browse, but the fun, old-fashioned toys will bring out the kid in you. It's most likely you'll find something you just have to have.
  • Ancient of Days

    2714 Northwest 10th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States - Phone: +1 405 942 2115
    This antique mall offers every kind of treasure you can imagine. Different vendors are selling their wares, including everything from glassware to antique Victorian furniture. The store is very large and the selection changes all the time, so even if you have visited before, it is worth multiple visits. There is also a second location on Western which is worth a look.
  • And Bear Makes 3

    116 North Broadway Oklahoma City, OK 73160 United States - Phone: +1 405 912 3245
    If you are into bears, you have to check out this massive shop on the south side. It has just about every kind of bear you can imagine, including Boyd's Bears, a popular collectible. You will be overwhelmed by the large selection, but the friendly owners and staff will love to help you pick out the perfect gift for your kids. The owners close the store on Mondays during the summertime so they can enjoy long weekends.
  • Old Ball Park

    3114 Northwest 23rd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States - Phone: +1 405 949 2255
    For all the baseball card traders out there, and for those of you who want to be, check out this 2,000 square foot, almost 20-year-old sports memorabilia shop in the northwest part of town. You will find autographed balls and trading cards, photos and more honoring your favorite sports heroes. If you love sports, but your kid is into Pokemon, you can satisfy both of your passions at this shop, which also carries Beanies for the babies.
  • Akins Natural Foods Market

    2924 Northwest 63rd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 843 3033 / +1 800 800 3133
    If your idea of a vegetable is the French fries in your super sized fast food order, then maybe this is not the shop for you. On the other hand, maybe it is just what you need. For 33 years, this large store at 63rd and May has been offering vitamins, herbs, healthy foods and organic produce to its health-conscious customers. The friendly staff is very knowledgeable about the products they sell, and they can help you find just what you are looking for, or help you if you have no idea what you are looking for.
  • Paseo Arts District

    3022 Paseo Street Oklahoma City, OK 73103 United States - Phone: +1 405 525 2688
    What started out as one of the first shopping districts in 1929 gradually evolved to become a haven for jazz musicians, students and small businesses by the end of the 1950s. The end of this era brought with it the counter-culture which determined the atmosphere of the Paseo in the 60's, but it was only until the next decade that it became one of the country's finest art districts. It fell into some decay through the 80's, however today it has been revitalized and the shops host food, art and music festivals year-round. Don't forget the district's 'First Friday Art Walk', where everyone comes out to buy and sell local wares.
  • Allyson's Closet

    12325 North May Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73120 United States - Phone: +1 405 755 0356
    If you are looking for high fashion clothing and accessories, this large, established shop may have just what you need. The clothes tend to be more casual, though not at all cheap. Among its best sellers are Fatigues, Kate Spade, Lily & Rose and Custo. You will also find Kate Spade purses and accessories, as well as lots of other well-known brands. The Nick & Nora pajamas are adorable, too. The atmosphere is not at all stuffy like so many upscale shops, so you can feel free to browse.
  • Mr. Ooley's

    1901 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 879 0888
    The finest men's clothes in Oklahoma City can be found at this shop in Penn Square Mall. The experienced staff will help you find just the right look to suit you, your body type and your personality. Choose from many different brands, including Giorgio Armani, Oxxford, Brioni, Canali and Zegna. If you are in a quandary about how to dress on casual Fridays at work, the staff at this shop will put together a great casual look for you that will make you feel comfortable and look fantastic.
  • Ruth Meyers, Inc.

    6471 Avondale Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 842 1478
    Here you will find one of the largest collections of fabulous, beautiful furs in Oklahoma City. Ms. Meyers has everything from the classic, full-length mink coat to trendy, dyed fur jackets. Her staff will help you find just you need. This shop has been offering its loyal clientèle high-fashion clothes, furs and accessories for 25 years, and this 8,300 square-foot shop has such an abundant selection of fine clothing, you may be overwhelmed by the choices, if not the prices.
  • Celebrations Just for Her

    6909 West Hefner Road Oklahoma City, OK 73162 United States - Phone: +1 405 728 5577
    For over four years this little boutique has carried great fashions for your casual and dressy occasions. You will find the complete line of Brighton, including home decor and shoes, not to mention the very popular purses and watches. You will also find Bentley Arbuckle, Central Falls, Pine Cove and Sharon Young. The staff is incredibly knowledgeable and would love to help you find exactly what you need for all of your occasions.
  • Inter-Tribal Designs

    1520 North Portland Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States - Phone: +1 405 943 7935
    One of the richest aspects of Oklahoma history is that of the Native American people who have called this land home for centuries. At this shop, you will see Native American artifacts, jewelry, pottery, kachinas and beadwork, all made in Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arizona. This is not the factory-made stuff you will find at the mall, this is the real thing. Do you enjoy the "southwest" look that is so popular these days? Then come and see what inspired that very popular look.
  • Judy's Antiques Collectibles

    6722 Northwest 39th Expressway Bethany, OK 73008 United States - Phone: +1 405 787 2366
    If you head west on 39th Expressway (which is old Route 66), you will run into a little town called Bethany. You probably will not even know you have left Oklahoma City, it is that close. But downtown Bethany has a few great places to shop all within walking distance of each other, and this is the best of them. Judy's has everything from very small collectibles to large antique wardrobes. You will find new furniture and antiques, as well as a huge collection of antique European containers. This is your typical dusty shop filled with wonderful treasures.
  • Tener's Western Outfitters

    4320 West Reno Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States - Phone: +1 405 946 5500
    Oklahoma is frontier country. Shop at Tener's, and you can look like you just rode in from the prairie. For 70 years, the store has dressed the southwest in quality, rugged gear. From rustic and traditional to slick and contemporary, this city landmark has a wide selection of name-brand clothing, hats and accessories. It is okay if Wranglers are not your style; everyone can appreciate the style a fine pair of cowboy boots gives. Stop by and pick up some country duds that suit your fancy.
  • Gil's Clothing & Denim Bar

    7644 North Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 848 0334
    Located in the upscale Nichols Hills area of Oklahoma City, this popular store carries all the top name brands. Shoppers can browse through the wide selection of jeans, t-shirts and shoes by fashionable labels like Lucky You, Diesel, Dr. Marten, as well as clothing by smaller boutique houses. Gil's also carries accessories, including hats. The staff is generally high school and college age and reflects the youthful atmosphere of the store. Prices are moderate to expensive.
  • Samuel Gordon Jewelers

    5521 North Pennsylvania Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 842 3663
    An Oklahoma standard for nearly 100 years, this fine jewelry store only carries the finest goods. The selection is among the best in the city collections by designers like Dunay and Lagos are featured, but if nothing catches your fancy, a custom piece can be created to your exact specifications. In addition to necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings made with the highest-quality metals and gemstones, Gordon's also carries a variety of name brand and Swiss watches.
  • Cedarburg Square

    6726 NorthWest 39th Expressway Bethany, OK 73008 United States - Phone: +1 405 440 0001
    This gift and accessory shop in downtown Bethany has a great selection of items you will not find at most "regular" gift shops. For instance, you will find new Shaw rug designs, Gooseberry Patch cookbooks, Lady Love Gifts, Sweet Shop Candies, 5th Avenue Crystal, Aspen Bay and Lighthouse candles, New Olio soaps and Caspari. The friendly staff will help you find the perfect gift and even gift-wrap your purchases for free. You will find great decorative accessories for your home in this upscale shop, and you will love poking around downtown Bethany.
  • Health Food Center

    7301 South Pennsylvania Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73159 United States - Phone: +1 888 498 8241
    Trying to live healthy? Need a little help? The friendly staff at this 13-year-old south side health food store will show you just what you need for optimum health. Whether it is vitamins, minerals or diet supplements, this store has all the newest products. There is also a great selection of organic produce and other grocery products. The staff really knows their stuff, and they can tell you what a product's claims are, and whether it lives up to those claims or not.
  • Tobacco Exchange

    2836 Northwest 63rd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 843 1688
    As soon as you walk through the doors, the wonderful aroma of good tobacco will hit you. This shop has been carrying its products for almost 30 years. The owner has the best selection of cigars in the Oklahoma City area, and he also has a shipment of new pipes come in every month, wonderful humidors and every other piece of tobacco paraphernalia you can possibly imagine. Buy a gift for the tobacco lover in your life. It might not be the healthiest gift he gets, but it will probably be the one he loves best.
  • Quail Springs Mall

    2501 West Memorial Road Oklahoma City, OK 73134 United States - Phone: +1 405 755 6530
    This mall has it all. Located on Memorial Road, in-between Oklahoma City and Edmond, Quail Springs is not as exclusive as other malls in the city, but has a devoted clientele. Inside are more than 130 stores, including Dillard's, Foley's, JC Penny's and Sears, plus small display carts selling unique goods from local businesses. If you work up an appetite shopping, there is an expansive food court and other restaurants to choose from. Shoppers can also stop in to the new, 24-screen AMC Theatre with plush stadium seating.
  • Old Paris Flea Market

    1111 South Eastern Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73129 United States - Phone: +1 405 670 2611
    Looking for bargains? With more than 300 dealers, this south side flea market is bound to have something you cannot live without, at a price you will not want to pass up. You will see both new and old items; gift items, apparel, antiques and a whole bunch more. The market has been around since the late 1970s, so the owners really know what they are doing in this business—they have almost made it an art form.
  • Game Headquarters

    1620 Southwest 89th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73159 United States - Phone: +1 405 691 2874
    A visit to this place is a real treat for the kid in all of us. More than 4,000 square feet, 1,500 of which is open space for gamers to use, are stocked with skill-sharpening, wit-challenging games. The staff is very friendly and helpful, as they are game fans themselves. The store also hosts weekly gaming competitions: from Pokemon, Magic: the Gathering and Dragonball Z card games to more traditional role-playing, board games and Mah Jongg. There is also has a second store in Edmond, located at Danforth & Kelly.
  • Kidoodles Toys

    2266 W Main Street Norman, OK 73069 United States - Phone: +1 405 360 8697
    If you are looking for an unusual toy that cannot be found at the national chains, you will probably find just what you need in this Norman shop, not too far south of Oklahoma City. With great toys from makers like Learning Curve and Lee Middleton Dolls, as well as many other out-of-the-ordinary brands, this store will likely have the perfect item for you. If you bring a child, from infant through about age 11, you can be sure he will find something he wants, and it will not be an electronic game, they do not carry them.
  • Learning Tree

    7646 North Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 848 1415
    Toy-mania is in the air at this large, upscale toy store in Nichols Hills. The two owners are Montessori teachers dedicated to educating youngsters, and the products they choose to carry reflect that. You will not find anything mind-numbing here, just great toys to spark your children's imaginations. The loyal clientele love the way the store is organized by age group, and they love the unusual brands they can find here. From arts and crafts to puzzles and games, from science and nature products to dolls and puppets, this shop carries it all.
  • Aladdin Book Shoppe

    5040 North May Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 942 2665
    For over 50 years this bookstore has been buying and selling used and rare books and you will love the selection. If you are looking for something specific, or if you are just interested in browsing among some wonderful old treasures, stop in and enjoy the feeling of a rare bookstore. Although you will find books on almost every subject, you will see a lot of books with local topics and interests such as Native America, southwestern art and Oklahoma history, to name a few.
  • Mardel Christian & Education

    4848 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73132 United States - Phone: +1 405 773 1717
    If you enjoy looking at Christian books and gifts, you absolutely must visit one of the four Mardel stores in the metro area. This Oklahoma-based chain store carries more Christian books and music titles than you will find just about anywhere. All best sellers are 40 percent off every day, and there is always a big selection of clearance books.
  • Ratcliffe's Textbooks

    400 NE 10th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 239 6050
    Near the hospitals on 10th Street is this great, University of Oklahoma medical school bookstore. There is a good selection of medical and health science books, as well as a small selection of general books. You will find lab coats and some medical supplies like stethoscopes and the like. There are lots of office and school supplies for students. Plus, there is a good selection of OU sweatshirts, T-shirts, hats and other memorabilia for Sooner fans.
  • St. Thomas More Books & Gifts

    7904 North May Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73120 United States - Phone: +1 405 842 9911
    Specializing in books, Bibles and gifts for Catholics, the clerks of this store will gladly help you find just what you are looking for. The atmosphere is very relaxing and welcoming to everyone, so you will feel comfortable browsing and asking questions. There is a bunch of great gift ideas for your Catholic friends and family, including a nice selection of jewelry (check out all the crosses). There is also a great selection of inspirational cards for every occasion, from christenings to funerals.
  • Galaxy Home Recreation

    4335 West Reno Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States - Phone: +1 405 947 6565
    Galaxy touts itself as an upscale toy store for big kids, and boy, do they have a variety of toys to tempt you. Pool tables are the most popular item sold here, with more than 30 styles of tables from which to choose, including Hanover, Palladian, Bentley and Chippendale. Lots of accessories are also on hand, like pool ball sets done in fun novelty designs and specialty cues. There are foosball and air hockey tables for the sports fan, pinball and dartboards for the traditionalist, and even retro pieces like old-fashioned jukeboxes and a vintage Coca-Cola dispenser.
  • Hi-Performance Board Sports

    10461 North May Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73120 United States - Phone: +1 405 329 7279
    If you are into the extreme sports craze and are looking for top quality gear, this store is just the place. Scuba equipment and accessories are the main feature. There is also a decent selection of skateboards, snowboards and wakeboards. And, of course, you have to look cool while you are out, so check out the apparel while you are here.
  • Modern Furniture

    8913 North Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73114 United States - Phone: +1 405 848 3432
    Do not be fooled by the retro revolution. Why buy a new piece designed to look like something cool from several decades ago when you can have the real thing? This housewares store stocks the most incredible selection of furnishings from the last century, including lamps, coffee tables, dining sets, sofas and chairs and a variety of accessories. Prices can be high, but these pieces are too hip to pass up;some have even been featured at the World's Fair and in publications like Architectural Digest.
  • Apple Store

    1901 Northwest Expressway Street Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 767 9393
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • American Eagle Outfitters

    1901 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 842 8729
    Another word for 'Fashion' is American Eagle Outfitters. Clothes, lingerie, accessories and shoes, for both men and women, you get just about anything in this one-stop shop. The sales staff are knowledgeable, courteous and always willing to help. You can even create your own fashion and mix-n-match. This store guarantees excellent quality and a complete wardrobe revamp. Call for opening hours.
  • Banana Republic

    1901 Northwest Expressway Street Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 848 0130
    When it comes to fashion, Banana Republic is a trusted name for sure—it's a brand that styles you perfect. While women can revel in the trove of vibrant petites, sexy skirts and beautiful party dresses, men can fill their wardrobes with smart chinos, khaki suits, trendy jackets and more. There's a cool collection of nifty footwear too. So, you don't have to go elsewhere looking for that perfect match; Banana serves that purpose well. This brand is all about great apparel, good accessories, nice footwear and chic handbags.
  • Painted Door - Bricktown

    124 East Sheridan Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 4410
    Nestled in the “heart of Bricktown,” this gift gallery is filled with an almost limitless selection of decorative accessories, home furnishings, tabletop linens, bath and body care, home fragrances, infant and toddler clothing, jewelry, gourmet foods, women clothing and more. A Personal Shopper is on staff to accommodate specific time constraints or specialty shopping requests so everyone will find that perfect gift for themselves and that special someone. Complimentary gift wrap. Valet parking available.
  • Painted Door - Skirvin

    One Park Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 4410
    Located downtown in the Historic Skirvin Hilton Hotel, this gift gallery is filled with an almost limitless selection of decorative accessories, home furnishings, tabletop linens, bath and body care, home fragrances, infant and toddler clothing, jewelry, gourmet foods, women clothing and more. A Personal Shopper is on staff to accommodate specific time constraints or specialty shopping requests so everyone will find that perfect gift for themselves and that special someone. Complimentary gift wrap. Valet parking available.
  • OKC Farmers Market

    900 North Portland Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States - Phone: +1 405 947 4421
    Open all year long, 'OKC Farmers Market', has some of the freshest produce, dairy, eggs, meats, nuts, baked items and processed foods. The place also has some Oklahoma-grown plant materials, orchids, fresh cut flowers and a variety of handmade skin care and craft items. Besides these, for all organic food lovers, do come here and buy your stuff.
  • Earth Natural Foods & Garden

    309 South Flood Avenue Norman, OK 73069 United States - Phone: +1 405 364 3551

    Nestled in a residential neighborhood with the feel of a cozy neighborhood market, the Earth Natural Foods is Norman's oldest health food and organic grocery store. Opened in 1969, the inside still exudes the ideals of peace and love. And you need not panic, for all of their fresh produce is organic. The Earth carries a wide selection of bulk herbs, teas, spices, nuts, grains and dried fruit. They also offer an assortment of natural foods grocery items, with many vitamins and vegetarian and vegan options as well as a health and body section. Often, you will find pre-packaged deli goods such as specialty hummus, tabouli and tuna salad brought over from the Earth Cafe & Deli, which used to be located in the grocery store, but is now in a separate location at Campus Corner, right next to the University of Oklahoma a short bicycle ride away. With regard to bicycles, the Earth offers a ten percent discount to customers who arrive by bike or by foot. Those who arrive in cars can park in the gravel lot behind the store, where you will also find a lovely community garden, maintained by volunteers, and picnic tables in the shade, at which you can relax while enjoying your kombucha, tamari almonds and dried mango. Norman is about a half-hour drive south of Oklahoma City along I-35.

     

  • Dillard's

    1901 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 840 8495
    Located in the Penn Square Mall, this famous store is a fine example of what a national department store can be when it keeps a happy balance between fashion and price. Similar to Macy's and Nordstrom's, the store stocks items in every major department, including a well-loved bedroom furniture and linen department and exhaustive kitchenware and accessory departments. Fashions for men, women and kids are also available, along with an exemplary makeup counter and convenient bridal registry.
  • Macy's

    2501 West Memorial Road Oklahoma City, OK 73134 United States - Phone: +1 405 752 4900
    Macy's is an iconic department store that has everything you need under one roof. From clothing, shoes, accessories, furniture and more you'll be sure to find what you're looking for. Although the prices can be a bit high, everything is of the highest quality and there are often sales. You can also get a personal shopper to assist you.
  • Coach

    1901 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 842 4247
    For years Coach has been a name synonymous with fine leather luggage, handbags and accessories for men and women. Its appeal is timeless, appealing to generations young and old. The boutique features high fashion footwear for work and play, plus a collection of high-end accessories ranging from leather business card holders to collars and leashes for the pampered pup. You can find that perfect gift for someone at this store, which also sells signature timepieces in bold styles and modern shapes.
  • Western Avenue

    North Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK United States
    Located north of downtown Oklahoma City, this stretch of Western Avenue features a dizzying array of restaurants, shops and entertainment options. There are also multiple antique shops and art galleries in which you will probably find that unique item to add to your home or garden. Be sure to take advantage of their 'Wednesdays on Western' promotion, during which many merchants offer special deals and discounts to customers.
  • The Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City

    7624 West Reno Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73127 United States - Phone: +1 405 787 3700
    If you are looking for great shopping deals in the Oklahoma City area then look no further than The Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City. Dozens of famous fashion brands have outlets here, including Coach, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nike and the Gap. Jewelry and other fashion accessories are sold for bargain prices at shops like Kay Jewelers and the Oakley Vault. Additionally, there are also several stores here to purchase food at, including Smashburger and Bella Pizza.
  • Red Coyote Running and Fitness

    5800 North Classen Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 840 0033
    This specialty shoe shop is located in the Classen Curve Shopping Center and caters to runners. Using the special technology gait analysis, the trained staff at Red Coyote Running and Fitness assess each customers needs to find the perfect fit. Promoting healthy living, this shop readily assists all ranges of runners from beginners in training for their first 5k, to seasoned veterans. Red Coyote Running and Fitness has also been be named one of the top 50 best running stores in the United States.
  • Shop Good

    3 Northwest 9th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 702 0517
    Located in the Midtown area of Oklahoma City, Shop Good is clothing and accessories store focused on carrying fair trade and local items. All of the products they carry are scrutinized and carefully picked, making sure they are ethically made, support a good cause. Products range from graphic t-shirts for both men and women, dresses, jewelry and unique accessories. 
  • French Quarter Antiques

    2625 West Britton Road Oklahoma City, OK 73120 United States - Phone: +1 405 749 8855
    French Quarter Antiques offers a dazzling amount of beautiful antiques. The store mainly focuses on home decor such as vintage furniture and gorgeous chandeliers, though there is also a great selection of small gifts. The staff is friendly and accommodating, which makes this a top notch shopping experience. The store also does custom framing to ensure that the frame perfectly matches your home's decor.
  • Second Chance Books

    3909 North MacArthur Boulevard Warr Acres, OK 73122 United States - Phone: +1 405 603 7151
    Located in nearby Warr Acres, this massive used bookstore is one of the largest in the area. The shelves are made out of stacked cinder blocks and wooden planks. You can find most any literary genre at Second Chance Books, as well as a large collection of comic books, movies, t-shirts and toys. It's easy to spend hours browsing the aisles!
  • LEGO Store

    1901 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 840 9993
    Since being created in 1932, children around the world have grown up building and playing with LEGOs. The Oklahoma City store is filled with hundreds of different LEGOs sets, from models that kids can put together to buckets of the building blocks that they can use to build what they please. Collectors also may want to pick up some of the limited edition pieces that make their way into the shop.
  • OKC Music and Sound

    7423 North May Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 842 0303
    OKC Music and Sound is a great place to shop if you're in the market for a new guitar. Brands they feature include Collings, G&L and Ibanez, to name a few. In addition to guitars, the shop also sells vintage instruments, ukeleles, amps, microphones and other sound gear. For those who want hands-on instruction, OKC Music and Sound has a state of the art teaching facility with eight private studios. Half-hour lessons are offered on a weekly basis. Closed on Sundays.
  • Antique Co-op

    1227 North May Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States - Phone: +1 405 942 1214
    Founded in 1989, this is one of the city's oldest antique malls and is known throughout Oklahoma City as the perfect location to find quality antiques. The store stocks items from more than 70 antique dealers ensuring that they have a wide variety of collectables. You'll find glassware, furniture, artwork, toys, and much more! The staff is also friendly and helpful.
  • Antique House

    4409 North Meridian Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 495 2221
    The Antique House is located in Northwest Oklahoma City and has been in business for over 40 years. Antique House specializes in Estate Sales and Appraisals. At the shop you will find a great selection of furniture, crystal, glassware and silver. Also located inside the store is The Finicky Lady, which carries vintage clothing, jewelry, accessories and small decorative home items.
  • Best Foot Forward

    7431 North May Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73116 United States - Phone: +1 405 608 0404
    Located along North May Avenue, this friendly shops carries the latest and greatest when it comes to specialty running shoes. Using a special pressure mapping analysis system, Best Foot Forward provides individual assessments for customers. After assessing the customers running gait, the specially trained staff will pick out a variety of shoes to try on and test. Be sure to ask about their loyalty program! 
  • Lululemon Athletica

    712 North Broadway Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 235 0000
    Lululemon's trademark logo has stamped its impression across the continent. The flourishing company stemmed from the founder, Chip Wilson's, need for gear specially designed for his yoga class. That very need coupled with the science of athletic fabric led to the first of the chain stores in 1998. Today, it boasts numerous outlets in America and Canada catering solely to the fashion requirements of fitness freaks. The collection includes comfortable and stylish tank tops, hoodies, undergarments, pants and shorts for both the sexes. The exclusive yoga line features mats, towels and accessories; and the store also plays host to weekly yoga sessions.
  • Rawson Music

    7812 South Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73139 United States - Phone: +1 405 634 3997
    Established in 1963, Rawson Music is a dream for anyone who's ever enjoyed playing an instrument. Billed as the oldest guitar store in the OKC metro area, the shop mainly caters to the rhythm section, with a wide selection of acoustic/electric guitars and bass, keyboards and drum sets. There's also a bluegrass section with banjos and mandolins, along with amps and other sound tools. The shop also offers lessons for the guitar, keyboard and bass, as well recording services. Please note that they are closed on Sundays.
  • Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World

    200 Bass Pro Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 218 5200
    They're best known for their unparalleled assortment of professional grade fishing gear, but this sportsman's warehouse is much more than that. Thrill to the thousands of quality outdoorsman choices 364 days a year, and you'll find just about anything you need for camping, fishing, or hunting. Tracker boats, footwear, rugged outdoor apparel, archery supplies, and a great gun department are all popular stops for the enthusiast. To complete the one-stop shopping, don't forget to pick up your sporting license before you leave.
  • VZD's

    4200 North Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 524 4203
    Looking for great food and live music? Go no further. This hot spot has been offering both since 1976. It does not have music every night, so call ahead, but it gets some great acts like Red Hot Chili Peppers. Enjoy a sandwich or salad, or just munch of some of the appetizers. This trendy Nichols Hills restaurant and bar is perfect for dinner or a fun night out. Expect a cover charge if there is entertainment. Enjoy Happy Hour from 4p-7p Monday through Friday with domestic longnecks on special and a free buffet.
  • Rocky's Bricktown

    225 East Sheridan Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 239 6060
    A renovated 1930s warehouse, this club has retained historical touches like hardwood floors, retro furnishings and picturesque accessories. Old-fashioned lighted globes add to the mellow ambiance. There are a variety of drinks that are served from the 100-year-old antique bar. The food on menu has a southwestern flavor; featuring favorites like mesquite smoked chicken and Cajun catfish. The Hall also has banquet seating available, perfect for parties and business meetings.
  • Blue Door

    2805 North McKinley Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73106 United States - Phone: +1 405 524 0738
    Whether you are a folk fan or a hard rocker, the Blue Door likely has something to suit your taste. A unique venue, the club is part of owner Greg Johnson's home, adding to the intimacy of shows. The 100-seat room hosts performances by singers and songwriters. No big arena spectacles here, and what the club calls "roots-oriented" bands. You probably are not familiar with Blue Door regulars like Jimmy LaFave and Terri Hendrix, but give them a night of your time and you will be swept away by the music. Check the website for details of upcoming gigs.
  • Cimarron Steak House

    201 North Meridian Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States - Phone: +1 405 948 7778
    A visit to Oklahoma is not complete without enjoying a hearty meal at this popular steakhouse. This restaurant serves up huge portions for a moderate price. The menu offers steak, seafood and chicken dishes, with a house salad and sides of big French fries or a baked potato. The open kitchen area allows you to watch as your meal is cooked over a mesquite grill. Stop by on a Saturday night for live country music and dancing.
  • Classics Bar & Grill

    8310 North Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73114 United States - Phone: +1 405 810 8440
    The food is very basic, burgers and fries. The specialty (if you can call it that) is a greasy onion burger. But people do not typically come here for the food. There is live music every Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday nights, and sometimes on Saturday, too. The music is rockabilly and progressive bluegrass. Aside from enjoying the music, you can also enjoy pool tables, dartboards and five television sets where you can watch the game.
  • Club Rodeo

    2301 S Meridian Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73108 United States - Phone: +1 405 686 1191
    You do not have to be a country-western fan to enjoy this popular city nightclub. Guaranteed fun for all, Club Rodeo features an indoor bull riding arena. There are also some great nightly drink specials, and ladies night is every Wednesday. The decor is nothing spectacular - mainly wood furnishings and neon signs. The real draw is the atmosphere.
  • Angles

    2117 Northwest 39th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 524 3431
    This small but popular nightclub has been around since 1982. It is known throughout the city as being a gay bar, but it is often frequented by patrons of all ages, ethnicities and sexual orientations. Do not go expecting a variety of music. Angles is heavy on dance music. There is also a spectacular light show. For a wild time, stop in Thursdays and check out the weekly drag show. If you happen to be here in summer, call about the official Miss Gay Oklahoma Pageant. Cover charge is minimal, and there are nightly drink specials. Open 9pm onwards from Sunday to Thursday.
  • Oklahoma City Swing Dance Club

    4361 Northwest 50th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 943 1950
    Whether you are 16 or 60, there is nothing more fun than a night out dancing. This club, located in the Springdale Shopping Center, is the place to learn how to swing. But that is not the only dance you will learn. Trained instructors will teach you all the right moves in everything from swing, country-western, Latin or ballroom. Lessons are given every day of the week, and dances are held on weekends. Dances are open to the public. Come with the kids or alone, the club is family-friendly and maintains a smoke-free environment. Dance lesson times vary; please call for more information.
  • OK Corral

    2300 North Macarthur Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73217 United States - Phone: +1 405 943 6565
    OK Corral is one of the leading music venues in Oklahoma City. Featuring themed nights and foot-tapping music, the club offers a premium selection of beers and spirits too. On Saturdays and Sundays, the club features leading bands and artistes performing live on stage. The charged atmosphere of the club and the live music are sure to draw you towards the dance floor. Overall, a great way to chill with your friends or party a rocking Saturday night away.
  • Conservatory

    8911 North Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73114 United States - Phone: +1 405 607 4805
    The Conservatory is a locally loved venue that showcases the best of local music, as well as well-regarded national and international acts. The gigs are for all ages and attract a delightfully diverse crowd. Check the website for details of upcoming concerts.
  • Bora Bora Club

    2415 North Walker Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73103 United States - Phone: +1 405 557 1105
    The Bora Bora Club is a great place to hangout in Oklahoma City. They feature well-known as well as upcoming bands and bring the best in music to fans. The venue is also available on hire for private events. Call for details.
  • Sherlocks

    820 South MacArthur Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73128 United States - Phone: +1 405 949 1155
    Sherlocks Night Club is a great place for live music fans to get together for drinks. They have a strict dressing code so you don't have to worry about your evening being spoiled by some shabbily-dressed intruders. Regulars love coming here for drinks along with their weekly dose of dancing and clubbing. The night would be incomplete without enjoying drinks at the well-stocked bar. Ladies pay no cover charge. Check website for details.
  • CityWalk

    108 East Main Street Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 232 9255
    Bricktown's CityWalk complex was designed to give the discerning club-goer an innumerable amount of options to choose from when seeking fun in the city. There are seven venues all rolled-into-one, some of the different clubs have names like 'Posh', 'Going Crazy Karaoke' and 'Boogie Nights'. All kinds of music is played and there is genuinely something for everyone; CityWalk also caters for private events and parties. Check the website for more details.
  • The Chameleon Room

    3034 North Portland Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States
    This bar/club dedicated to local rock bands provides a needed boost to the sometimes staid live music scene of Oklahoma City. Despite its location in a nondescript strip mall on North Portland Avenue, it is still a pretty cool place to see live music during the week. The room is equipped with state-of-the-art sound and the excellent acoustics enhance the musicians chops on stage. The majority of concerts held here attract a large 'rocker' crowd not just from the city but also from the nearby suburbs.
  • The Boom Boom Room

    2218 Northwest 39th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 601 7200
    Located in the inner city north side neighborhood, The Boom Boom Room is an over the top LGBT entertainment venue, nightclub and restaurant. This eclectic venue offers dinner theater shows, karaoke and theme nights throughout the week. Their most popular event is the weekly Sunday Gospel Brunch, where guests can enjoy a lively show as they dine on scrumptious breakfast cuisine.
  • Captain Norm's Dockside Bar

    103 East California Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 600-6092
    At Capt. Norm's Bar you can still find the eponymous owner himself behind the bar slinging drinks and telling stories. If the weather is nice, guests can sit out on the patio and watch the water taxis glide upon the waters of the tranquil Bricktown Canal. The bar is casual, upscale and has a full panoply of liquor and beer. In addition to drinks, you can light up any of the carefully selected cigars with many brands to choose from, some include Tatiana, Cohiba, Ashton, Macanudo and Pádron. On certain nights, the Capt. hosts live music acts with sounds that vary from samba and salsa to reggae and jazz.
  • Club One15

    115 E Sheridan Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 605-5783
    Club One 15 is the spot for Oklahoma City denizens who want to dance and mingle in a city that is not necessarily known for its nightlife. The club is very spacious and it has multiple areas with bars that enclose the dance floor. There are separate V.I.P areas as well as those for smokers and the music is a mix of 80's, techno, old-school, etc. Club One 15 also offers private event reservations for your next event, check website for details.
  • Copa

    2200 West I-44 Service Road Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 605-5783
    This LGBT club located right off I-44 is hosted within OKC's largest gay resort, the Habana Inn. The Copa presents theme nights throughout the week and some of the shows range from DJs and karaoke to boxer shorts and drag queens, every night is something new. The proprietors also host many events for the LGBT community of Oklahoma and even if you are a not a guest at the resort, the club is open for everybody. Check website for show calendar and details.
  • Skky Bar Ultra Lounge

    #7 Mickey Mantle Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 272-9222
    Skky Bar Ultra Lounge is located in the Bricktown Entertainment District and like most clubs, it has the requisite dress code, V.I.P. sections, overpriced drinks and theme nights. Despite the cliches, the club presents an awesome 'Thirsty Thursdays', where there is no cover and its free to drink until midnight. The space itself is quite large with tables that surround a large dance area and depending on the night, the DJs play everything from hip-hop to 80's and everything in-between. Check website for event details and calendar.
  • Purple Martini

    315 East Sheridan Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 600-7589
    The decor inside says why 'purple' is in its name as everything from the couches to the walls highlight this color. This hotspot in Bricktown brings the best hip-hop, R&B and dance music to city dwellers as well as tourists who are in search of a dance floor and a few drinks. Throughout the week, Purple Martini has drink specials and theme nights with some of the best DJs in the Midwest. Check out their latest twitter feed to catch updates.
  • Club Albee

    319 East Sheridan Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 601-6655
    Club Albee is one of many nightspots in trendy Bricktown filled with locals that come from around the region, from Norman to Guthrie. As with other clubs in the neighborhood, there are theme nights throughout the week and weekend. In addition to a fully-stocked bar, patrons will also find a hookah bar in the back with tobacco fills and refills at great prices. As far as music is concerned, Albee blends a mix of 80's, electronic, Top 40, etc. Check website for more details and full event calendar.
  • Candy

    323 East Sheridan Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 602-1771
    Candy is another choice amongst many within the Bricktown club scene that has all the club requisites as the others. Here however, the dress code is strictly enforced, no T-shirts, tennis shoes or baggy clothing. Inside the theme is definitely candy, everything from the walls to the furniture is reminiscent of your favorite sweet shop. The drinks are standard and somewhat overpriced, yet the large dance floor makes up for it. The music usually varies from 80's and Top 40 to hip-hop and techno. 
  • The Park

    2125 Northwest 39th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 528-4690
    This club is primarily geared toward the lesbian and gay community of OKC, but everyone is always welcome. By Oklahoma City standards, this club has been here since time immemorial as it continues to ply strong drinks and great music in an unpretentious, laid-back atmosphere. Call for details to find out more about events and upcoming DJs.
  • Groovy's

    5705 Mosteller Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 842-9248
    If you find yourself downtown, Groovy's may be a little bit out of the way because it is actually closer to Nichols Hills and the Village. The club has a live DJ every Thursday night and on the weekends you can usually find music that is played over the state-of-the-art sound system until 2am. Most people come here to dance and the crowd is mixed, from young hardcore clubgoers to the over 35 gang, you can rest assured that you'll fit in at Groovy's. 
  • Cowboys OKC

    2301 S Meridian Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73108 United States - Phone: +1 405 686-1191
    Here at Cowboys OKC, the drink specials on the weekend are some of the best in the entire metro OKC area. And if you like country music, you're in luck because unlike most trendy and modern places downtown, honky-tonk is as contemporary as you will get down here by the airport. Nonetheless, with 25 cent beers until 10pm on the weekends and live bull riding in the middle of the place, it doesn't get any more Western than this.
  • Oklahoma City Community Aquatics Center

    7777 S May Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73159 United States - Phone: +1 405 682 7860
    The Aquatic Center is a site for competitive events, instructional programs, Scuba diving classes and family recreation. The Olympic-sized pool was built at Oklahoma City Community College for the U.S. Olympic Festival, which was held in Oklahoma City in 1989. The pool has a separate 18-foot diving well with four springboards and three platforms that are used for competitions. The Aquatic Center offers a convenient adult lap swim schedule and family recreational swim hours. A wide variety of non-credit classes are also offered throughout the year. There is also a Wellness Center on-site.
  • Pacer Fitness Center

    5520 North Independence Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 951 2277
    Adjacent to, and affiliated with, Integris Baptist Hospital you will find this to be a great basic gym. Everyone is welcome, there are lots of older folks who work out here, and plenty of muscle-heads, too. There is an indoor/outdoor track, weight and cardiovascular machines and two racquetball courts. You can get a massage, see a dietitian or take an aerobics or a spinning class. The nice folks here provide shampoo, conditioner, hair spray, toothpaste, mouthwash and towels in the locker rooms.
  • Southern Athletic Club

    737 Southeast 89th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73149 United States - Phone: +1 405 632 1133
    A day at this fitness center is a great way to spend some time. There are racquetball courts, basketball courts and even volleyball courts. Take a class in aerobics, cardio kickboxing, tae kwon do or yoga. Ladies, check out the women-only fitness area. There is also a giant co-ed fitness area with cardio equipment, free weights and five brands of strength-training equipment. Enjoy a dip in the largest Jacuzzi in the state (8,000 gallons), or one of three types of saunas, wet, dry and Vick's eucalyptus (to clear colds). Memberships are available.
  • Cox Convention Center

    W Reno Ave and S Hudson Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 602 8500
    This one million square-foot convention center, formerly the Myriad, hosts so many different kinds of events in the Oklahoma City area. Aside from being the home rink of the Blazers hockey team and the home arena of the Wranglers arena football team, this newly renovated center is the place to see great concerts, basketball tournaments and conventions. Plus there are brand-new banquet rooms for smaller meetings and events. The location, right in the heart of downtown and a short walk to Bricktown is perfect.
  • Bone & Joint Hospital

    1111 North Dewey Oklahoma City, OK 73103 United States - Phone: +1 405 272 9671
    This 102-bed facility specializes in orthopedic care from surgery to physical therapy. It is recognized as the top joint replacement facilities in the country. A fully staffed emergency room is ready around the clock to handle orthopedic trauma and job-site emergencies. Ample parking is available.
  • Integris Baptist Medical Center

    3300 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 73112 United States - Phone: +1 405 951 2277
    With more than 500 beds, this hospital is staffed and equipped to handle respiratory therapy, rehabilitative services including physical, occupational, speech therapy and cardiac rehabilitation; pulmonary laboratory, ECG and EEG services; radiology services including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), CT scan, biplane angiography, digital subtraction angiography and cardiac ultrasound; nuclear medicine and radiation therapy; hyperbaric medicine trauma and surgery.
  • Mercy Health Center

    4300 West Memorial Road Oklahoma City, OK 73120 United States - Phone: +1 405 755 1515
    This 400 plus bed facility serves and treats the greater Oklahoma City Area with breast health, osteoporosis, cancer therapies, clinical trials, 3-D conformal therapy, single-room maternity facility, home care, hospice, pre- and post-natal care, IV infusion, and home medical equipment, The Spine Center, The Headache Center, The Pain Management Center and The Musculoskeletal Center, orthopedic and stroke or neurological rehabilitation programs, asthma services, pulmonary functions, pulmonary rehab and sleep disorders.
  • University of Oklahoma Medical Center

    1200 Everett Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 271 4700
    This massive, modern hospital offers state-of-the-art neurosurgery with the region's only gamma knife that allows doctors to operate on brain tumors without making an incision. The hospital also features a level one trauma center, cancer treatment and research, critical care, an award-winning pediatrics unit, pulmonary care and cystic fibrosis treatment.
  • Apple Store

    1901 Northwest Expressway Street Oklahoma City, OK 73118 United States - Phone: +1 405 767 9393
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Yellow Cab

    107 Northwest 14th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73103 United States - Phone: +1 405 232 6161
    Yellow cabs are synonymous to any city in US and the same stands true for Oklahoma City as well. In fact, these taxicabs can be flagged on the street anytime, anywhere. The Yellow Cab company offers a large fleet of vehicles that are available on call and are handled by experienced drivers. The rates are reasonable and its a quick option to get around the city.
  • Checker Cab Co.

    107 North West 14th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73103 United States - Phone: +1 405 239 7710‎
    Why waste time hunting for a taxi on Oklahoma streets, when there are some really good radio taxi services like Checker Cab! The company offers anytime taxi dispatch service, so just call them, and have them pick you from your doorstep. Their service is efficient, and extremely safe when you are looking at traveling late.
  • Oklahoma City

    Oklahoma City Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States - Phone: +1 405 297 8912
    Oklahoma City is the second largest city in geographical size in mainland U.S. It offers the best of city life, with its historic Stockyards area giving you a feel of the Old West and the Bricktown area offering you the best of nightlife in town. A variety of museums displaying the best of western heritages and art galleries housing some priceless collections are sure to delight connoisseurs. Theaters and music halls, as well as parks and recreation centers, promise both entertainment and adventure to its residents.
  • Prague

    Prague Prague, OK 74864 United States - Phone: +1 405 567 2616(Tourist Information)
    The city of Prague was first inhabited by Czech settlers who decided to name the city after the actual Czech capital back home in Europe. The Prague Historical Museum is a shining testament to the city's wonderful past. Also the National Shrine of the Infant Jesus is housed here, and worshiped by the predominantly Catholic community which stands out in a Protestant nation.
  • Pauls Valley

    Pauls Valley Pauls Valley, OK 73075 United States - Phone: +1 405 238 6491(Tourist Information)
    Pauls Valley can trace its origins back to 1809 when Smith Paul was on his way to California, and stopped short in his tracks on seeing a patch of fertile land that was occupied by the daring Chickasaw Indians. He soon married one of their women Ela Teecha, and the area came to be called Smith's Paul Valley. Eventually it was shortened to Pauls Valley in 1892. The city capitalized on the arrival of rail roads, while schools and brick roads were built quickly to facilitate education and transport. As of now, a number of visitors visit attractions such as the Santa Fe Depot, vineyards, parks and the Wild Horse Adoption Center.
  • Edmond

    Edmond Edmond, OK 73034 United States - Phone: +1 405 359 4500(Tourist Information)
    Situated just 16 miles north of Oklahoma city is Edmond which was born in 1889 during the infamous Oklahoma Land Run. The downtown area's biggest attraction that still stands as a proud testament to the city's glorious past is perhaps the public schoolhouse built in 1889. This multi-cultural city warmly embraces those of all faiths as can be seen through its churches, a mosque, a Bahai center and a place for Mormon worshipers. Visitors to the city are often stunned by the beauty of public works of art including stained glass, steel sculptures, murals and statues.
  • Guthrie

    Guthrie Guthrie, OK 73044 United States - Phone: +1 405 282 1947(Tourist Information) /+1 800 299 1889(Toll Free)
    The original capital of the state of Oklahoma, Guthrie never goes out of style thanks to its superb Victorian buildings that are architectural masterpieces in every right. In fact, the entire Old Town area is a designated National Heritage precinct. Named after a prominent jurist John Guthrie, this city traces its origins to 1887 when it was a railroad. The oldest theater company Pollard Theatre Company as well as the Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival are the highlights of Guthrie's cultural calendar.
  • El Reno

    El Reno El Reno, OK 73036 United States - Phone: +1 888 535 7366 (Toll Free)
    Part of Oklahoma's Canadian County, El Reno was a historic community whose Old Town area is still profoundly reminiscent of the days gone by. Built in 1874 and named after the brave heart General Jesse Reno, Fort Reno is a big attraction with tourists. The best time to visit is the 1st Saturday in May when the Fried Onion Burger Day Festival takes place where a mammoth burger complete with 2 buns, mustard, pickles, meat and of course Fried Onions is prepared and distributed to the famished crowds. A number of sites including libraries, hotels, county jails, service stations, depots, canteens and churches are on the National Register of Historic Places. El Reno beckons!
  • The Plex

    801 Northwest 122nd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73114 United States - Phone: +1 405 775 6100
  • Academy of Contemporary Music at University of Central Oklahoma (ACM@UCO)

    Oklahoma Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 United States - Phone: +1 405 974 4700
    An academy that is dedicated to music, the Academy of Contemporary Music is a musician's dream realized. First founded in London, the school focuses on providing students with an opportunity to work with professionals in an encouraging environment. In the downtown area of Oklahoma City, this academy is a joint venture of the academy in London and the University of Central Oklahoma. Housed in a former warehouse, the academy features a Music IT Suite, a Roland V-Drum Room, and a Teaching Studio. See the website to know more.
  • The Children’s Center

    6800 Northwest 39th Expressway Bethany, OK 73008 United States - Phone: +1 405 789 6711
    The Children's Center opened its doors in 1898. This not-for-profit hospital is dedicated to the medical care of children. It offers state-of-the-art pediatric services, resources and rehabilitation for ages since birth to 17 years. Throughout the year this center plays host to an array of fundraisers, community activities and special events.