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DISCOVER DOWNTOWN Next to Chesapeake Energy Arena and across the street from the Cox Convention Center, you are in the heart of the city with all that Courtyard Marriott has to offer. Close to the Bricktown Entertainment District, the Boathouse District and moments away from many other great attractions, museums, dining and nightlife. 2 W Reno Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 232-2290 |

DISCOVER BRICKTOWN Conveniently located on the Bricktown Canal in the heart of Bricktown, next to Bass Pro Shops and across from the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, the Residence Inn Marriott has perfected the extended stay experience by combining the comforts of home with the excitement of Bricktown. 400 E Reno Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73104 (405) 601-1700 |

123 Park Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 297-8912 | (800) 225-5652

Fall and Winter Preview

Produced by the Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau. Every effort has been made to maintain the accuracy of information presented in this guide. No responsibility is assumed for errors, changes or omissions. Please call in advance to verify information. We wish to thank and acknowledge the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and the museums, attractions, events and hotel partners who provided photographs for use in the Visitors Guide.

President, Mike Carrier Vice President, Convention Sales, Dennis Johnston Vice President, Tourism Sales, Sandy Price

This edition of the Oklahoma City Visitor’s Guide covers some of the great, can’t-miss events and festivals happening around the city April through September. But if you’re planning a visit for later in the year, here’s a sneak peek of what’s coming to OKC this fall and winter.

Director, Marketing & Communications, Seth Spillman Project Designer Josh Vaughn Staff Photographer Caleb Everett Staff Writers

October 5-8, 2017

World Championship Quarter Horse Show

Tabbi Burwell

Boathouse District

November 3-18, 2017

Kaylee Terracina

Oklahoma Regatta Festival

Oklahoma State Fair Park Pumpkinville October 6-24, 2017

NRHA Futurity Show

Myriad Botanical Gardens

November 24 – December 2, 2017

Oklahoma State Fair Park An Affair of the Heart October 20-22, 2017

Downtown in December

Oklahoma State Fair Park

November 8 – December 31, 2017

Various locations in Downtown OKC Midtown Walkabout October 21, 2017

Midtown Brick-or-Treat October 24, 2017

Bricktown Haunt the Zoo October 26-31, 2017

Oklahoma City Zoo Grand National & World Championship Morgan Horse Show October 7-14, 2017

Oklahoma State Fair Park

Oklahoma City comes alive in holiday spirit during Downtown In December. From the Holiday Pop-Up Shops and the Devon Ice Rink to snow tubing at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark and visits with Santa, there’s no shortage of family-friendly activities to fill you with holiday cheer.

Contributing Writers Nicky Omohundro, owner of, a family lifestyle website focused on healthy food, getting outdoors, and travel. Maggie Murdock Nichols, freelancer writer and local business owner; accidental food, beer and coffee snob who seeks adventure every day in the city she’s proud to call home. Greg Horton, freelance writer and adjunct professor of English, philosophy and humanities

Art Council of Oklahoma City’s Opening Night December 31, 2017

Downtown OKC

ON THE COVER Opened in 2016, the $45.2 million RIVERSPORT Rapids Whitewater Rafting and Kayaking Center has quickly become one of the most exciting attractions in the city. See page 26 for more details.





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O N LY I N O K C Great events fill the calendar year-round in OKC. But each summer, there are some truly unique, mark-your-calendar, only-in-OKC events. Here’s the 411 on some of the top annual events in the 405.

Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon – April 30 The Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon combines the personal challenges of running a marathon with the remembrance of a shared national tragedy. The marathon is centered on the mission of the Memorial and starts with 168 seconds of silence at the Start Line to remember the 168 persons killed in the April 19, 1995, bombing. More than 24,000 runners from nearly 50 states and 10 foreign countries participate each year in this Boston-Marathon-qualifying USATF-sanctioned event on a certified 26.2 mile, single loop course. Runner’s World Magazine listed it as “one of 12 must-run marathons in the world.” Those looking to run have a choice of the full marathon, half, 5K, relay and kids marathon.




National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum Chuck Wagon Festival – May 27-28 Take a step back to the old days where cowboys cooked over campfires and bring the whole family to the Chuck Wagon Festival at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. This two-day annual event boasts a wide variety of activities the entire family can enjoy. Try out some food, visit the petting zoo and have fun with bandana decorating and craft stations. There will be a bonfire with live music and square dancing, a giant puzzle and dress up area and photo opportunities with a longhorn. There’s also the museum itself, with its indoor galleries and outdoor gardens. It’s a must-see for the entire family.

Women’s College World Series – June 1-6/7 For the past 25 years, eight teams have brought the boom in Oklahoma City at the NCAA Division I Women’s College World Series. Around 75,000 spectators from all over the world fill the finest softball facility in the nation for a weeklong tournament that always packs a punch both on and off the field. You’re guaranteed a family-friendly, action-packed event that continues to bring you the very best of the sport of softball. The ASA Hall of Fame Stadium, home to the NCAA Division I Women’s College World Series, has undergone extensive renovations recently and will expand by 4,200 seats by 2019.




Red Earth Festival – June 9-12 Oklahoma is home to 39 federally recognized tribes, more than any other state, and for 31 years the multi-faceted Red Earth Festival has combined the best of Native art, culture and dance into one magnificent event open to anyone. The nation’s most talented Indigenous artists are featured in one of America’s most respected juried art markets. Dancers from throughout the nation make the Red Earth Powwow a thrilling kaleidoscope of colors. And the Red Earth Parade that circles the beautiful Myriad Botanical Gardens in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City is one of America’s most unique parades. Returning in 2017 is the popular “Ask the Expert” session scheduled for Sunday morning, June 11, where some of America’s most knowledgeable art experts will be available to evaluate art pieces during one-on-one consultations. If you’ve ever wondered if that certain painting, piece of jewelry, pottery or other Native item in your home is really valuable our authentic, here’s your chance to find out.

deadCenter Film Festival – June 8-11 The deadCenter Film Festival is Oklahoma’s largest film festival and one of the “20 Coolest Film Festivals in the World” according to MovieMaker magazine. Now in its 17th year, deadCenter attracts 30,000 film fans to its annual festival each June. This year’s festival will include 100 films, world premieres, celebritydriven panel discussions, educational programs for kids and adults and some of the greatest parties in Oklahoma. New this year, deadCenter is partnering with 21c Museum Hotel to offer virtual reality films and experiences throughout the month of June. deadCenter’s Film ICON Panel series brings in actors like James Marsden, Tim Blake Nelson and Wes Studi to speak with other film professionals like editor Carol Littleton (E.T., Big Chill), producer Gray Frederickson (Godfather, Part II, Apocalypse Now) and Oscar winning make-up artist Matthew Mungle (Dracula, Schindler’s List).





FESTIVALS & EVENTS First Friday Gallery Walk

Uptown Farmer’s Market

Kaleidoscope of Colors

First Friday of each month

1st & 3rd Sundays, May – October

Paseo District

Uptown 23rd

Myriad Gardens & Crystal Bridge Topical Conservatory

#firstfridaypaseo More than 80 local artists in more than 20 galleries showcase new work and exhibits

Uptown 23rd Farmers Market is a family-friendly market to get some great local produce and products

LIVE on the Plaza

First Thursday of the month, April – July

Second Friday of each month

Plaza District @LiveonthePlaza Plaza District’s monthly art walk featuring local artists, live music, food trucks, shopping and more

Exchange on Film Row Third Friday of the month, May – October

Film Row @exchangefilmrow Film Row’s street festival focusing on the best local artisans, food trucks and musicians

On The Lawn Western Avenue Family-friendly outdoor festival featuring fun and food on Western Avenue’s big lawn

Art After 5 Thursday nights after 5 p.m.

Oklahoma City Museum of Art Late-night gallery experience at OKCMOA every Thursday for $5 after 5:00 p.m

Spring Season at Orr Family Farm March 18 – May 27

Orr Family Farm Enjoy attractions and fun for all ages like train rides, petting zoos and much more



March 10 – April 15

Hundreds of orchids, spring flowers and colorful tropical in a rainbow of colors will be on display in exciting exhibits and arrangement that will dazzle the eye

Wheeler Ferris Wheel Spring Season April

Wheeler District OKC’s Ferris wheel is open for the spring season

Oklahoma River Cruises April – November Discover some of Oklahoma City’s hidden treasures on a river cruise

Governor’s Mansion Tours

Wine Down Wednesday

Wanderlust Pop Up Spring Shops

Every Wednesday

April 15

O Bar

Wheeler District

Wind down your Wednesday each week with a handpicked glass of wine for $5

Outdoor market with hand crafted, repurposed, vintage and unique items from local artisans, boutiques and businesses

Open Streets OKC April 2

Uptown 23rd and Paseo Arts District Celebrate active transportation at this block party style event held on closed streets in Oklahoma City where visitors can enjoy activities, food trucks and entertainment

Murder Mystery Night April 6

Oklahoma City Museum of Art OKCMOA needs your sleuthing skills as we try to uncover the perpetrator

Wednesdays through May 17

ACM@UCO Metro Music Festival

Oklahoma Governor’s Mansion

April 8

Guided tour allows visitors to get up close to many of the unique features and items of the mansion

Free music festival hosted by ACM@UCO in Bricktown

Bricktown Entertainment District

Easter Eggstravaganza Egg Hunts April 15

Orr Family Farm Meet and take pictures with the Easter Bunny and enjoy free Easter egg hunts with regular admission

Day of Remembrance April 19

Oklahoma City National Memorial Each year, visitors at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum gather to remember those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever by the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal building


Reel Classics on Film Row

Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon

Paseo Arts Festival

Pro Am Classic 2017

Third Saturday of the month, November – April

April 30

May 27-29

June 2-4

Paseo Arts District


Cox Convention Center

More than 80 artists join musicians and food vendors for a celebration of the arts

High-energy racing for amateur and elite cyclist in the heart of OKC

Chuck Wagon Gathering & Children’s Cowboy Festival

Peace Love & Goodwill Festival

More than 1,200 American Indian artists and dancers throughout North America gather to celebrate their heritage

May 27-28

Myriad Botanical Gardens

The Paramount on Film Row Enjoy a classic films featuring some of Hollywood’s most memorable Screen Teams at the Paramount on Film Row

Downtown A tribute to the victims, family members and survivors of the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building

Festival of the Arts

Space Day presented by Boeing

April 25-30

May 5


Science Museum Oklahoma

Oklahoma City’s annual community festival for visual, performing and culinary arts

Earth Day April 22

Science Museum Oklahoma Celebrate Earth Day at Science Museum Oklahoma

Midtown Walkabout April 22

Midtown Midtown merchants will provide specials, discounts and giveaways, in addition to live music, street performers and more

Earth Fest April 29

Martin Park Nature Center Martin Park’s annual “Party for the Planet” with eco-friendly games, crafts and activities for everyone in the family

Blast off into a world of flight, robotics and space exploration on Space Day

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum Chow down like a real cowboy and enjoy live music and hands-on education activities from the West

Nature Tales at Martin Park Nature Center

Arts Council of Oklahoma City’s Twilight Concert Series

Thursday and Saturday, May 5 – April 29

Sundays, June – September

Martin Park Nature Center

Myriad Gardens Great Lawn Stage

Free story-time and themed hands-on activities (best suited for ages 3-7)

Oklahoma Craft Beer Festival May 12-13

Free, family-friendly summer concert series at the Myriad Gardens OKC Jazz Festival June 1-4

June 4 One-of-a-kind extrasensory experience for the entire family that benefits Goodwill Industries of Central Oklahoma’s youth programs

Prix De West Opening weekend June 8–11

H&8th Night Market


June 2

Will include the R4 Rafting National Championship and USA Canoe/Kayak Canoe Slalom trials, plus downriver and freestyle kayaking competition

Annual family-friendly, pet-friendly local food truck festival featuring live music and shopping


Weekdays, June 19 – August 11

Myriad Gardens

#dcff17 Oklahoma’s largest film festival and one of the “Top 20 Coolest Film Festivals in the World” and “Top 50 Festivals Worth the Entry Fee” according to MovieMaker Magazine

This multi-venue features some of the best jazz musicians in Oklahoma and beyond. Performances in Bicentennial Park are free to the public and family friendly

May 18-21

Weekly Walkups at the Myriad Garden Porch

Various locations downtown

Local, regional and international breweries offering generous samples of craft beer

Each weekday brings a new activity for families

SONIC Summer Movies Wednesdays, June 21 – August 2

Myriad Gardens Great Lawn

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum Prestigious invitational art exhibit of more than 300 Western paintings and sculptures by the finest contemporary Western artists in the nation

June 17-18

Enjoy live music, BBQ and drinks outdoors in the heart of Bricktown

June 8-11

Bicentennial Park

Bricktown, BBQ & Blues Festival Bricktown Entertainment District

deadCENTER Film Festival

Cox Convention Center

Oklahoma City Whitewater Festival

Red Earth Festival June 9-11

Family-friendly, free movies to enjoy on the Myriad Gardens Great Lawn, with pre-fun activities at 8 p.m. and movies beginning at 9 p.m.

Pride Week June 23 – 25 Parade, music festival and more

Americana Fest Family Music Festival June 24

American Banjo Museum Local and regional bands fill the Banjo Museum for this family friendly event




Stars & Stripes River Festival

Red, White and Boom

Total Solar Eclipse

Wiggle Out Loud

June 27

July 3

August 21

September 17

State Fair Park

Science Museum Oklahoma

Myriad Gardens Great Lawn Stage

Experience the first total solar eclipse visible from the continental US since 1979 with the planetarium experts at Science Museum Oklahoma

Oklahoma City’s free family music festival offering music, entertainment, activities and food trucks

Orr Family Farm

Fall Season at the Orr Family Farm

Plaza District Festival

September 23 – November 11

Plaza District

Boathouse District Boat races of all kinds bring families to cheer, along with music, food and a firework finale

Dive-In Movies Fridays, June 30 – July 28

White Water Bay Catch a movie poolside every Friday night in July

Oklahoma City Philharmonic performs a free patriotic pops concert with fireworks following

BRICKTOWN 4TH FEST Bricktown July 4 Music, fun and fireworks in the heart of Bricktown

Art Music Power Festival


2nd annual free music festival celebrating art and music created by powerful women

August 19

Western Avenue Free, family-friendly daytime event with a variety of food trucks and music leading into an evening of concerts

August 26

Orr Family Farm

Zombie Apocalypse Paintball at Orr Family Farm September 23 – November 11 Enjoy this spectacular glow in the dark paintball attraction and shoot live zombies September 30

Enjoy the pumpkin patch, corn maze, hayrides and much more! Fun for all ages

Enjoy live music, artist booths, kid’s art activities and a variety of local concessions in one of OKC’s hippest districts

Oklahoma City Thunder Basketball

Oklahoma City Energy FC USL Pro Soccer

NCAA DIII Softball Championship

October – April

April – September

May 25-29

Chesapeake Energy Arena

Taft Stadium

ASA Hall of Fame Stadium Complex

Oklahoma City Blue D-League Affiliate of the Oklahoma City Thunder

US Rowing Central Youth Championships

Automobile Alley

State Fair of Oklahoma September 12-24

State Fair Park


November – April

Cox Convention Center Oklahoma City Dodgers Triple-A Affiliate of the LA Dodgers April – September

Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark

May 6-7

Boathouse District 2017 Big 12 Women’s Softball Championship May 12-13

Lake Hefner 2017 Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship May 24-28

2017 NCAA Women’s College World Series June 1 -6/7

OGE Energy Field at ASA Hall of Fame Complex World Cup of Softball XII July 4-9

OGE Energy Field at the ASA Hall of Fame Complex

Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark

EQUINE EVENTS The world-class equestrian facilities at State Fair Park host all of the equine events listed here

Better Barrel Racing World Finals

2017 Oklahoma Quarter Horse Association Spring Show

OQHA Redbud Spectacular Horse Show

April 4-9

Oklahoma Centennial Horse Show April 7-10

American Quarter Horse Association Level I Championships April 11-15



April 26-30

June 1-11

National Reining Horse Derby June 24 – July 1

Arabian Horse Association Youth Nationals July 22-29

American Quarter Horse Association Youth World Championship August 4-12

Grand National Morgan Horse Show October 7-14

Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping October 21-29


PERFORMING ARTS James and the Giant Peach

Neil Diamond

Alton Brown Live

Hello Again

In The Heights

March 29 – April 9

April 16

April 30

June 16 – July 8

August 8-12

Chesapeake Energy Arena

Civic Center Music Hall

Civic Center Music Hall

Civic Center Music Hall

50 Year Anniversary World Tour

Presented by OKC Broadway

Presented by Reduxion Theatre

Disney’s The Lion King

A Philharmonic Gala with Maestro Joel Levine

May 9 – 28

Vince Neil of Mötley Crüe

Presented by Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma

Lyric Theatre Presented by Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma

I Am My Own Wife March 29 – April 9

Lyric Theatre Presented by Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma

Winter Jam 2017

April 15

Civic Center Music Hall Presented by OKC Philharmonic

August 12

Soul2Soul The World Tour 2017

Chesapeake Energy Arena

Frontier City

Chris Janson

Arlo Guthrie

July 1

Frontier City Summer Concert Series

May 16

Frontier City

Hudson Performance Hall (Northwest Classen High School)

Frontier City Summer Concert Series

Presented by OKC Ballet

Running Down The Road Tour 2017

The Charlie Daniels Band

Reduxion Devised

The Toxic Avenger

The Criterion

April 2

Stay Up Til’ The Sun Tour

OVO from Cirque du Soleil April 6-9

A Midsummer Night’s Dream April 21 – 23

Civic Center Music Hall

April 21 – May 6 Presented by Reduxion Theatre

Presented by OKC Theatre Company


Under the Streetlamp

Presented by OKC Theatre Company

Presented by OKC Philharmonic

An Evening with Bill Maher April 9

Civic Center Music Hall Presented by DCF Concerts

May 25 – June 3

Civic Center Music Hall

April 27 – May 6

Civic Center Music Hall

May 13

Civic Center Music Hall

Chesapeake Energy Arena April 7-8

Presented by Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma


April 21

April 20 Chesapeake Energy Arena 40th Anniversary Tour

Civic Center Music Hall

Frontier City Summer Concert Series June 19

Chesapeake Energy Arena Israel in Egypt

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

June 27 – July 1

Frontier City

Iron Maiden

Billy Currington

Presented by Canterbury Voices

Presented by OKC Broadway

Million Dollar Quartet

June 17

Chesapeake Energy Arena

April 1

Civic Center Music Hall

Civic Center Music Hall

Civic Center Music Hall

For King & Country April 29

Frontier City Frontier City Summer Concert Series

Explosions In The Sky April 29

The Criterion With special guest Still Corners

The Taming of the Shrew June 1-24

Myriad Gardens Water Stage Presented by Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park

Move Live On Tour: Julianne & Derek Hough June 4

Chesapeake Energy Arena Presented by OKC Broadway

Theory of a Deadman June 10

Frontier City

Private Lives by Noel Coward August 17-27

Shakespeare on Paseo Presented by Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park

July 8

Frontier City

Forever In Your Mind

Frontier City Summer Concert Series

August 26

Frontier City Frontier City Summer Concert Series

Disney’s When You Wish July 11-15

The Little Mermaid

Civic Center Music Hall

September 5-10

Presented by Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma

Civic Center Music Hall

Or, By Liz Duffy Adams


July 13-23

Shakespeare on Paseo Presented by Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park

West Side Story July 25 -29

Civic Center Music Hall Presented by Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma

Presented by OKC Broadway September 14-30

Myriad Botanical Gardens Water Stage Presented by Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park

Beautiful – The Carole King Musical September 26 – October 1

Civic Center Music Hall Presented by OKC Braodway

Frontier City Summer Concert Series WWW.VISITOKC.COM




Districts Oklahoma City’s unique past and bright future can be experienced through its many distinct districts.




Adventure District In this case, the name says it all – this district is full of adventure for the whole family. From the can’t-miss National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, to the rush of live horseracing at Remington Park Racing Casino, to visiting Oklahoma City’s wildest residents at the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Gardens, there’s plenty of fun for the young and young at heart. Make friends with the animal kingdom at the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Gardens. You can feed giraffes at the Giraffe Feeding Platform or Lorikeets at Explorikeet Adventures, and you can touch stingrays at Stingray Bay. Sample Oklahoma City’s Western heritage at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. In addition to its world-class art and exhibits, this museum is also home to Prosperity Junction, a replica turn-of-the-century cattle town. Experience the thrill of scientific discovery at Science Museum Oklahoma. Kids of all ages will love exploring eight acres of hands-on science experiences with thousands of space, aviation and cultural artifacts in the mix. This is especially true in the “CurioCity” exhibit, a 20,000-square-foot area of discovery that uses interactive devices and creative settings to encourage learning through play.




Film Row Asian District Oklahoma City’s foodie scene is alive and well in the Asian District, where an influx of Vietnamese immigrants in the 1970s created a hub now known for its Asian fusion cuisine. Here you will find some of the best Asian restaurants in OKC, including authentic Vietnamese food that rivals any found this side of the Pacific. Grab a bowl of pho. The Asian District is best experienced through food, and it’s hard to beat this traditional Vietnamese noodle soup. Favorites with the locals include Pho Cuong and Pho Lien Hoa. Eat beyond Asia.

Want to experience an up-and-coming district right in the heart of downtown? Equal parts historic and revitalized, Film Row was once home to the film distribution offices for Hollywood’s major studios. It’s now home to a mix of artistic businesses, locally-owned restaurants and more. Grab a bite at one of OKC’s family-owned eateries. Located at the corner of Sheridan and Lee avenues, Noir Bistro & Bar offers soups, salads and sandwiches made with fresh seasonal ingredients. Grab a slice of pizza at Joey’s Pizzeria or plan for a nice dinner at one of the newest restaurants to hit Film Row, Mary Eddy’s at 21C Museum Hotel. We highly suggest their charcuterie board! Relive the rad ‘80s at Flashback RetroPub.

The district’s culinary influences travel far beyond Asian cuisine. Be sure to visit Cafe Kacao for a Guatemalanstyle brunch. Or grab a cup of joe and a vegetarian meal from The Red Cup, another café that perfectly captures the bohemian and ecclectic vibe of this district.

With its vintage arcade games, Rubik’s Cube cocktail tables and ‘80s-themed karaoke, you’ll feel like you’ve gone “Back to the Future” at OKC’s only ‘80s-themed bar. Enjoy a drink and take on Mario, Donkey Kong, Qbert or any of the more than 30 arcade games. Leg warmers and Hammer pants are optional.

Get your kicks on Route 66.

Check out Oklahoma art.

Along old Route 66 stands the 1930s Milk Bottle Building, one of Route 66’s most iconic buildings. The 350-square foot triangular building sits across Classen Boulevard and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Contemporary art is at the heart of the 21c Museum Hotel experience with rotating exhibitions and cultural programming, and it’s always free even if you’re not staying the night. The misting steel tree welcomes you as you arrive, and purple penguins are everywhere in sight.




Automobile Alley Located north of downtown along Broadway Avenue, the Automobile Alley district was originally home to the city’s car dealerships, a fact that is immortalized in the neon signs that still hang from its original buildings. The past and the present combine to make this district effortlessly cool with lots to offer, including some of Oklahoma City’s best shopping, dining and nightlife. Bring your appetite to one of the local restaurants. Cultivar Mexican Kitchen delivers an innovate take on traditional Mexican fare with fresh, sustainably-sourced ingredients from local farms and other trusted sources. Their guacamole is a can’t-miss. For a refined take on the urban chophouse concept, Broadway 10 Bar & Chophouse offers wood-fired meats and handcrafted cocktails. Wet your whistle with whiskey or wine. For wine lovers, Waters Edge Winery offers more than 50 different locally-made wines from the world’s finest grapes. You can even create, bottle, cork and label your own private vintage to commemorate your visit. For stronger libations, check out Sidecar Barley & Wine Bar. Sidecar offers beer and wine on tap, single-malt scotch and local house cocktails. And with bar food that consists of smoked salmon, gourmet paninis and fresh hummus, you can count on this bar to elevate your happy hour to the next level. Treat yourself to a souvenir at one of the local shops. Be sure to visit The Factory, an upscale clothing boutique; SHOP GOOD, a philanthropic-minded shop offering jewelry, clothing and gifts; PLENTY Mercantile, a sustainably-focused shop that offers a variety of goods; and Rawhide, a luxury ranch lifestyle store with everything from boots to custom furniture.




Boathouse District Whether you want to train like an Olympian or just have some fun, the Boathouse District along the Oklahoma River is a hotspot for outdoor recreation. Located within walking distance of the Bricktown Entertainment District, it’s the official U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Site for rowing and canoe/kayak and hosts numerous regattas throughout the year. Get on the water with a RIVERSPORT Adventure Pass. This day pass will allow you to sample all the activities offered at the Boathouse District, including rafting, canoeing, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding and more. The Boathouse District also offers more than 13 miles of paved trails for running, walking or cycling for those who prefer to stay on land. Enjoy an aquatic adventure at the RIVERSPORT Rapids. OKC’s state-of-the-art whitewater rafting and kayaking facility offers both family fun and elite athlete training. Lower flow channels offer great family rafting and kayaking experiences, and the higher flow channels allow Olympic whitewater athletes the chance to train in Oklahoma City. No matter your athletic ability, this course is a must-do OKC experience. Climb to new heights on the SandRidge Sky Trail. This 80-foot structure is the tallest adventure course of its kind in the world. With six levels of challenges, the higher you climb, the harder it gets! From the top, you can speed down your choice of four 72-foot Sky Slides or free fall from the Rumble Drop. The Sky Trail also includes the SandRidge Sky Zip, a 700-foot zip line across the Oklahoma River and back.





Midtown On the northern edge of downtown and just west of Automobile Alley, the Midtown district connects the hustle and bustle of downtown with the stately historic neighborhoods to its north. With a mix of local restaurants, neighborhood pubs and unique shops, it’s a great place to experience the best of OKC’s recent urban renaissance. Shop Local. Shopping local is easy in Midtown. Ladies can find the perfect outfit at Mode or Black Scintilla. For the men, Trade Men’s Wares has a collection of men’s clothing, bags, high-end grooming products and accessories. You can grab some fresh roasted coffee at Elemental Coffee Roasters. And Chirps and Cheers is one of the cutest stationery shops around with its picturesque window display and curated collection of paper and gift items. Strike out at Dust Bowl. This 12-lane bowling alley harkens back to the heyday of bowling with its retro-inspired décor (think wood paneling and shag carpets). Located below Fassler Hall, you can bowl a few frames and then walk upstairs to enjoy beers and brats at this Germaninspired beer garden. If you enjoy the vintage-bar vibe, take a short walk and pay a visit to R&J’s Supper Club as well. Find food truck fare at Bleu Garten. With a rotating schedule of food trucks, you’ll never get tired of the cuisine at Bleu Garten. Its open-air dining includes lawn games, a fire pit, a full-service bar and several large TVs, making it a great place to catch a Thunder game during basketball season.

Uptown Uptown is gaining quite the local reputation as a fun, easy place to dine, shop and drink. The attractions are casual, very accessible and are largely owned by local proprietors. Do some serious dining. Restaurant options are abundant in Uptown, from fast casual to more upscale. Visit Pizzeria Gusto for authentic Neapolitan pizza from a wood-fired oven. The Drake offers upscale seafood. For more of an eclectic menu (and one filled with Phish/Grateful Dead references), Guyutes offers elevated street food drawing inspiration from a wide range of cuisine styles. Fill up (your glass) at The Pump Bar. The Pump Bar began life in 1929 as a Texaco service station. It’s now one of the hippest new places to grab a drink in OKC. Be sure to venture out back to the gaming area to make new friends over a game of cornhole. Test your puzzle-solving skills. Think you’re a whiz at solving mysteries? Test your chops at The Escape OKC, a live-escape game where you have 60 minutes to solve the puzzles and mysteries of a locked room. The easiest game room has a 38 percent escape rate, so good luck. You’ll probably need it.





Just a short walk from downtown hotels, event venues and attractions, this former warehouse district is filled with restaurants, nightlife and entertainment options. From taking a cruise along the Bricktown Canal to catching an Oklahoma City Dodger’s game at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, Bricktown is a favorite destination for visitors and locals alike. And just north of Bricktown is historic Deep Deuce, where you can find more great restaurants and nightlife options.



Schedule a play date at Brickopolis. Brickopolis has amped up the district’s level of familyfriendly fun by offering miniature golf, laser tag, arcade games and multiple dining options. Enjoy a night out on the town. Bricktown has plenty of nightlife options, but we recommend the rock-and-roll dueling pianos of Michael Murphy’s. Part concert, part comedy roast, this show is sure to have you rolling with laughter and tapping your toes to the request-driven music. Cruise the mile-long Bricktown Canal on a Bricktown Water Taxi. This 40-minute trip is the perfect way to tour through Bricktown, from the eastern edge of downtown all the way to the northern edge of the Oklahoma River. All taxis are staffed by ambassadors that narrate points of interest along the way and give a feel for the unique history and culture of the area. Explore Deep Deuce like a local. The Deep Deuce District, located just north of Bricktown, was the heart of Oklahoma City’s African-American neighborhood in the 1920s and 30s, and during that time the district was known for its incredible jazz music. Music legends Jimmy Rushing and Charlie Christian both called Deep Deuce home, as did Ralph Ellison, the author of Invisible Man. Today, Deep Deuce is a popular urban housing location and has several neighborhood hangouts like WSKY Lounge, a whisky club offering more than 250 bottles of whisky and almost 400 spirits. Other local favorites include Slaughter’s Hall, Leaf+Bean, Belle Kitchen, Urban Johnnie and Anchor Down, which is a gourmet corn dog eatery (yes, we said gourmet) located in a shipping container. Trust us, it is worth trying.




Paseo Arts District Known for its eclectic art galleries (many attached to working artists’ studios) and shops, as well as its distinctive Spanish Revival architecture, the Paseo Arts District has a bohemian vibe that’s great for exploring on foot. Situated around a curvy, tree-lined street, Paseo is home to more than 80 artists, plus shops, bars and restaurants. Embrace your inner artist. Whether you want to add to your art collection or brush up on your own artistic skills, this district will act as your muse and provide all the inspiration you need. Rub elbows with the locals at the Paseo’s bars and restaurants. Paseo is surrounded by neighborhoods on all sides, so it makes sense that this district offers some of Oklahoma City’s favorite local hangouts. Be sure to check out the Red Rooster Bar, Picasso Cafe and the Other Room, just to name a few. Explore Paseo during the First Friday Gallery Walk. Want to experience the best the district has to offer, all at the same time? First Friday Gallery Walk happens (you guessed it) on the first Friday (6 to 10 p.m.) of each month. Art receptions, discounts at restaurants and shops and a fun street scene await at one of the oldest art walks in Oklahoma City.




Plaza District If you’re the sort that likes to check out the hip and happening, you’ll find it in the Plaza District; an enclave of locally-owned shops, neighborhood bars, quirky galleries and fun-and-funky restaurants. Named for the historic Plaza Theater (built in 1935), the area has become a hub for creativity and a magnet for local businesses. Its namesake theater is now the nationallyrenowned Lyric on the Plaza Theatre, where you can catch live performances in season. Sample some of the best craft beer in Oklahoma. Oak & Oar lives up to its slogan of “Craft Beer and Craft Fare” by keeping 36 always-rotating Oklahoma beers on tap. When combined with its selection of unique appetizers, salads and hearty knife-and-fork sandwiches, you’ve got a dining experience that can’t be beat. Go for brunch and try their Banana Bread French Toast infused with ginger and clove honey. Satisfy your sweet tooth. It doesn’t get much better than Roxy’s Ice Cream Social, a food truck turned permanent establishment that scoops up the best salted caramel ice cream in existence (in our humble opinion). Roxy’s Ice Cream pairs nicely with the nearby Pie Junkie’s tasty options. Buy pie by the slice or get the whole thing – we won’t judge. Shop for the perfect OKC t-shirt and other only-in-OKC gifts. Check out the t-shirt selection at Tree & Leaf or the affordable art and locally-sourced clothing, accessories and gifts at DNA Galleries or Collected Thread.




Stockyards City Home to a number of shops specializing in all things Western, you can outfit an entire ranch (cattle included) or just find a new pair of boots and enjoy a great steak in Stockyards City. It’s home to the Oklahoma National Stock Yards, the world’s largest feeder and stocker cattle market, where live cattle auctions take place every Monday and are open to the public. Eat like a ranch hand at Cattlemen’s Steakhouse. The oldest continually-operating restaurant in Oklahoma City and a nationally-known Stockyards City staple, Cattlemen’s Steakhouse has been visited by presidents, movie stars, pro athletes and music icons, among others. It’s worth a visit for a delicious steak, some ever-popular lamb fries and a thick slice of coconut cream pie. If you’re out and about early, they serve one of the hardiest (and best) breakfasts in town as well. Find some proper cowboy duds. Explore the vast selection of boots, hats, pearl snaps and more at Langston’s Western Wear. There are also custommade boots and more at Little Joe’s Boots and custom hats at Shorty’s Caboy Hattery. Tap your toes to live music at the Rodeo Opry. If country music is your jam, then attend one of the shows at the Rodeo Opry along Exchange Avenue. This family-friendly venue serves up live tunes every Saturday night.




Western Avenue From upscale to accessible, contemporary to antique, the Western Avenue district has a little bit of everything. From the local dives on Western Avenue to the chic shops along Classen Curve, this district has you covered for shopping and eating. Explore Classen Curve. Some of OKC’s most fashionable shops are in the Classen Curve shopping area along Western Avenue between Northwest Grand Boulevard and Classen Boulevard. National retailers include lululemon athletica, Anthropologie and West Elm. Shop local. Classen Curve has lots of local retailers too, like Balliet’s, On a Whim and Liberté. Outside Classen Curve, there are local favorites like Weldon Jack, which is part oldschool barbershop and part hip retailer with art, apparel, motorcycle gear and grooming products. Hunt for vintage and vinyl. If curated treasure hunting is more your style, visit one of Western Avenue’s many antique stores, like Antique Avenue. Western Avenue is also home to Guestroom Records, which sells new and old vinyl albums for your listening pleasure. Dine Local. If all the shopping Classen Curve has to offer gives you an appetite, dine at RePUBlic Gastropub, Upper Crust Pizza or Café 501 while you’re there. Along Western, Deep Fork Grill, The Drum Room and Musashi’s all have creative menus that are sure to please your palate.




MUST OK(SEE) A full-fledged visit to OKC isn’t complete without a trip to these uniquely-OKC destinations.

Get Active at RIVERSPORT Adventures Conquer your fear of heights on the tallest adventure course of its kind in the world on the Sandridge Sky Trail in the Boathouse District. The 80-foot structure features six levels of challenges, and the higher you climb, the harder it gets! After you make your way through the rope bridges and balance beams, you can speed down one of four 72-foot Sky Slides - America’s tallest dry slide - or free fall 80 feet down on the Rumble Drop. You can also zip across the Oklahoma River and back again along the Sandridge Sky Zip, a 700-foot zip line.




Feel like a Cowboy in Historic Stockyards City Oklahoma City is a place where Western roots meet urban charm. If you’re looking to experience the former, head out to Stockyards City (and by “out” we mean a mere three miles from downtown) and see the old West in action. Pick up some Western wear, enjoy one of OKC’s most famous restaurants – Cattlemen’s Steakhouse – and see live cattle auctions on Monday mornings.

Never Forget at the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum If you’ve never made it inside the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum, or it’s been a few years since your last visit, it’s worth a stop when you’re in town. The museum went through a $10 million renovation in 2015, upgrading with state-of-the-art technology, hands-on exhibits and new artifacts, including the vehicle Timothy McVeigh was driving when he was pulled over and arrested. Detailed information on the investigation as well as the trails of evidence left behind are all a part of the new enhancements. Also added to the museum is a 40-foot glass overlook creating a seamless connection between the museum and the memorial outside with the ever-changing Oklahoma City skyline behind it.

Say Hello to Buffalo Bill Known as the “West’s front door,” Buffalo Bill stands at the Southeast ridge of Persimmon Hill at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum and can be seen for miles. Since 1977, the statue has been located at the museum and serves as a tribute to the spirit of the West and to the man who embodies this spirit. The statue is one of the largest bronze sculptures west of the Mississippi and is surrounded by a beautiful landscape outside the museum. Experience the history and artistic beauty that more than 12 million people have seen at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.




Discover the Fun at CurioCity CurioCity (pronounced curiosity) is a 20,000-square-foot village located inside Science Museum Oklahoma. It features eight whimsical neighborhoods where the familiar meets the fanciful as children get a taste of the wonderful world of science. CurioCity gives families the opportunity to explore, play and create together with new discoveries around every turn. Discover the fun of science in ways you never imagined.

Take a Water Taxi Along the Bricktown Canal Take a seat and enjoy the sites of OKC’s Entertainment District on the Bricktown Water Taxi. Once on board a water taxi, you’ll be entertained as you learn all about our city’s unique history and recent renaissance. Boats run continuously every 10-15 minutes and tickets are all-day passes. You can ride round trip, which takes approximately 40 minutes, or you can board and exit at any of the docking locations along the canal to get you through Bricktown and to the Boathouse District.

Feed the Animals at the OKC Zoo Get an up-close encounter at the Oklahoma City Zoo when you visit by feeding the animals! Make your way to Exploreikeet Adventure where you can feed the Lorikeets in the Children’s Zoo, feed the tallest animals in the world at the Giraffe Feeding Platform or make a splash when you feed stingrays at Stingray Bay. Feeding schedules vary, so be sure to check




Ride the RIVERSPORT Rapids If you’ve always wanted to defeat some big rapids, now is your chance. The all-new $45.2 million whitewater rafting and kayaking center in the Boathouse District gives you plenty of thrills from a raft, kayak or tube the entire family can enjoy. Or, surf the waves on a short board or Bellyak. Whatever you choose, you’re guaranteed to get wet and have fun.

Feast Your Eyes on 55 Feet of Beauty The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is home to one of the most comprehensive collections of Dale Chihuly glass sculpture in the world, including the 55-foot Elenor Blake Kirkpatrick Memorial Tower in the atrium of the museum. More works can be seen in the permanent exhibit which is full of colorful glass and drawings. Chihuly is widely heralded as the most important artist working in glass since Louis Comfort Tiffany, and the museum’s collection represents more than three decades of Chihuly’s finest work. The 8-foot by 40-foot Persian Ceiling exhibit, where visitors walk under 500+ individual glass forms in multiple colors, shapes and sizes, is another can’t-miss Chihuly exhibit that also makes a great backdrop for selfies.

Tour the Tube The Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory at the Myriad Botanical Gardens is a beautiful oasis downtown with a unique design that has earned global attention and praise. It is 224 feet long, 70 feet in diameter and is covered by 3,028 translucent acrylic panels. Once inside, you can see multiple waterfalls and 750 varieties of plant life in two distinct climates: a tropical wet zone at the south end and a tropical dry zone at the north end.




FAMILY FUN in Oklahoma City

By Nicky Omohundro You can discover family-friendly attractions, locally-owned restaurants, and unique experiences your whole family will enjoy all over Oklahoma City. Whether you have young children, tweens, teens or are just young at heart, finding family fun is easy to do. Here’s a few suggestions to help you explore, play, learn and eat your way across OKC.

Explore Start your family adventure in the Adventure District. Experience the excitement of feeding giraffes, petting stingrays in Stingray Bay, and viewing native Oklahoma wildlife on the Oklahoma Trails at the Oklahoma City Zoo. Voted one of the top zoos in the U.S ., you’ll want to make plans to explore, attend a zookeeper chat or learn more about the animals. For an extra special visit, schedule a Wild Encounter to go behind the scenes and get up close and personal with grizzly bears, sea lions, elephants and Galapagos tortoises. Next door to the zoo, science comes alive at the Science Museum Oklahoma. Interactive exhibits on the science floor teach and entertain, activities in the Tinkering Garage let you be an inventor, and in CurioCity (pronounced “curiosity”) it’s play time for all ages inside the area’s eight neighborhoods. For younger children, GadgetTrees is a two story tree house where little ones can play, explore and expend some energy. What child doesn’t dream of being a firefighter? Step inside a replica fire station and see antique fire trucks at the Oklahoma State Firefighter’s Museum and Memorial. Go back to the rugged American West at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum and catch a glimpse into the

lives of American Cowboys, settlers and Native Americans. The interactive Children’s Cowboy Corral provides hours of western-style fun. Saturdays, families will find special hands-on, minds-on activities designed especially for children. If you want to discover local art, take the family to the Paseo Arts District, the city’s arts destination. The area is home to 80+ local artists and 22 galleries and hosts a First Friday Gallery Walk that brings visitors and local families together for art openings, gallery viewings, food trucks and shopping from 6 to 10:00 pm. Kids can enter the Craftroom for creative, hands-on projects. Families love the hands-on exhibits at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. This museum houses both European and American art, as well as one of the largest collections of Dale Chihuly Glass in the country. Drop-In Art Saturday (1 to 4 p.m.) has unique activities for families to create their art work inspired by the museum’s collection. Be sure to check out the Bricktown Entertainment District for loads of family fun. Take a cruise along the Bricktown Canal in a water taxi, check out the Land Run monument, play a round of miniature golf at Brickopolis and explore the American Banjo Museum. WWW.VISITOKC.COM



Play A favorite with active families is RIVERSPORT Adventures in the Boathouse District. Here you can play on land, water or in the sky. The area is home to the Sandridge Sky Zip that lets you zip line 700 feet across the Oklahoma River, slide down one of the 72-foot Sky Slides and take on new heights on the Sandridge Sky Trail, the tallest adventure course of its kind. For those that want to get wet, head to the RIVERSPORT Rapids for whitewater rafting, kayaking and tubing. Not to leave little ones out, there is a special Youth Zone for children under 48” with many of the same activities. If you are looking for high speed thrills, head to Oklahoma City’s amusement park, Frontier City. Thrill rides like the Diamondback and Silver Bullet are perfect if you seek an adrenaline rush. Family friendly rides like the Prairie Schooner and Renegade Rapids are fun for all ages. The Wild West Water Works is where you’ll find the largest water play area in Oklahoma. During the Summer Concert Series, featured guests perform on select nights and are free with park admission. More water fun can be had at White Water Bay. This is Oklahoma’s largest water park with more than 30 rides, slides and pools. The newest interactive area, Barefootin’ Bay, is sure to be a hit with the kids. Check out Dive-In Movies every Friday night in the summer months where you can watch a movie from the giant wave pool. For the sports enthusiast, head to the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark to watch the Oklahoma City Dodgers, triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers, play April through September. Basketball fans will enjoy watching the NBA’s Oklahoma City Thunder play at the Chesapeake Energy Arena and soccer fans can cheer on the OKC Energy FC, the city’s United Soccer League team, at Taft Stadium. Reconnect with nature in downtown Oklahoma City at the Myriad Botanical Gardens. This 15-acre park is home to the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory, beautiful outdoor gardens and a six acre Children’s Garden. The free Splash Fountains are a huge hit during warmer weather. Throughout the week, families love the variety of events from Family Yoga in the Gardens to the Summer Concert Series and Movies in the Park. A local favorite since 2003, families love heading out to Orr Family Farm. From March through June, visit this local farm to pet animals in the Animal Barn, mine for gems, ride the Farm Train, explore and have fun. Oklahoma City is home to world-class indoor attractions too. Let the family be adventurous in the Chisholm Creek area while skydiving indoors at iFly, teeing off three stories high at Top Golf and then finishing at Main Event Entertainment with bowling, laser tag, billiards, games and an indoor ropes course. This area in northwest Oklahoma City is host to some of the newest family friendly restaurants, local shops and has Quail Springs Mall down the street.




Learn Explore the Oklahoma History Center to discover the state’s rich history. Oklahomans have contributed to our nation’s history in aviation, geology, transportation and more. See how that history impacts our present and future. Find special family activities throughout the museum including crafts, coloring, hands-on carts and educational trunks during First Saturday Hands-on History the first Saturday of each month. Oklahoma City was changed forever in 1995. The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum remembers all those affected by the events of April 19th, 1995, and tells the story of a community’s resolve to overcome and never forget. The Outdoor Symbolic Memorial is a must-see for any visitor. The newly renovated, state-of-the-art museum engages younger visitors like never before with interactive exhibits, artifacts and stories. Visit one of only two skeleton museum’s in the world at the Museum of Osteology. Exhibits are truly unique as they feature animals and skeletons from around the world. The museum educates guests on anatomy, diversity and more. Pick up a scavenger hunt and follow the clues to learn more about the different exhibits.

Eat You are sure to find whatever your family is craving at one of Oklahoma City’s many locally-owned restaurants. With casual atmospheres and varied options on most children’s menus, families can have a fun night out for dinner anywhere in the city. You can start with an Oklahoma-original: the onion burger. Head to Tucker’s Onion Burger for one of the best burgers in town. If you’re really hungry, order the triple patty “Mother Tucker” and top it off with a milkshake. Another family favorite, particularly for older kids, is The Mule in the Plaza District, where the classic grilled cheese is flipped upside down. Try the Macaroni Pony with pulled pork barbecue, macaroni and cheese on jalapeño cornbread. You’ll never look at grilled cheese the same again. For dessert, walk down the street to Pie Junkie for a slice of freshly made pie that’s made with lots and lots of love. You can’t go wrong with anything in the case, but S’More, with a thick layer of homemade marshmallow and graham cracker crust, is a favorite. If you would rather have ice cream, go across the street to Roxy’s Ice Cream for a hand dipped cone, ice cream sandwich or root beer float.




FREE IN OKC Free Adventures are at Your Fingertips in OKC

Horse Shows at State Fair Park

Land Run Monument

Oklahoma City is home to more national and international equine championship events than any other city in the world and most don’t charge admission.

Along the south end of the Bricktown Canal just southwest of Bass Pro Shops, the monument commemorates the 1889 Land Run in which Oklahoma City was founded.

The 45th Infantry Division Museum

Martin Nature Park

Dedicated to the military history of Oklahoma and the 45th Infantry Division, this museum is a must for any history buff. It includes the country’s third largest collection of historic U.S. military firearms and the world’s largest collection of items once owned by Adolph Hitler.

A 144-acre nature reserve with 3.5 miles of gentle hiking trails and many species of animals, the park is open Wednesday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Mat Hoffman Action Sports Park

A U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Site, the river hosts numerous regattas and other events throughout the year.

Ranked in the top 10 skate parks in the U.S., the action park is divided into two areas – a flow course with bowl combinations and a street course with ledges and handrails.

Cattle Auctions in Stockyard City

Oklahoma City Outdoor Symbolic Memorial

Watch thousands of dollars and hundreds of cattle exchange hands every Monday at the world’s largest stocker/feeder cattle market.

The memorial honors victims, survivors, rescuers and all who were changed forever by the April 19, 1995, bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.

Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge at Lake Overholser

Watching Sail Boat & Kite Surfers on Lake Hefner Watch sailboat cruises across the lake or kite surfers make daring jumps on the east side of Lake Hefner near Hefner Parkway and Britton Road.

Oklahoma State Capitol Tour Take a self-guided tour or experience the capitol with a trained volunteer.


Regattas in the Boathouse District


Get closer to nature at the Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge at the north end of Lake Overholser. It is a pristine area of 1000 acres that have remained unchanged since before statehood. Hike the area and see whitetail deer, beavers, egrets and beautiful views of lakes, bottomland forest and marshlands.

SONIC Summer Movie Nights at the Myriad Gardens Spread your blanket out on the Myriad Gardens Lawn and catch a family friendly movie every Wednesday night from June to August.


Red Earth Museum Visit the Native American Art Museum that houses more than 1400 items of Native American fine art, pottery, basketry, textiles and beadwork. The museum also provides educational programs year round.

See You Saturdays – Oklahoma Hall of Fame Visit the museum the second Saturday of each month for uniquely themed programming geared towards everyone – children to adults. Be inspired each month with interactive experiences and meet new Hall of Fame heroes.

Myriad Gardens Thunder Fountain Inspired by thunderstorms, the fountain cycles through a computerized sequence of mist, rain, thunder and light that will intrigue visitors of all ages.

Wide Open Wednesdays Learn more about the western culture and heritage of Oklahoma with free admission to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum every Wednesday from August through November.




Ever since our boys in blue arrived in 2008, Oklahoma City has been Thunder-struck. Playing to sell-out crowds, winning five Northwest Division titles and advancing to the Western Conference Finals four out of the last five seasons, this team’s popularity is skyrocketing both locally and nationally. Want to get in on the Thunder action? Here’s your guide for how to Thunder Up in OKC.

Gear Up Let’s start with your uniform. Clothes make the fan, and there are plenty of places around town to get proper Thunder gear. For official NBA-licensed merchandise, check out the Thunder merchandise shop in Chesapeake Energy Arena at 100 West Reno Avenue and online at For locally designed clothes to get you in the spirit, check out Shop Good in Automobile Alley, Tree & Leaf and DNA Galleries in the Plaza District, the Okay See in Film Row or Blue Seven – Just OK on the north side of town.

Game On If you’re heading to the game, you’ll want to give yourself a couple of hours to get downtown, park, eat a bite and find your seats before tipoff. Doors open 90 minutes prior to the game’s start time, and fans are encouraged to be in their seats 20 minutes prior to tipoff to Thunder Up and welcome the team onto the court. There are dozens of excellent eating options downtown and in the Bricktown Entertainment District, which is a short walk east of Chesapeake Energy Arena. Before select games in the fall and spring, join the familyfriendly fun on Reno Avenue for Thunder Alley. The festivities begin three hours prior to tipoff and include games, face painting and entertainment. Check their website at for specific dates.




Last Minute Tickets You can now search all available tickets for Thunder home games at once, including tickets on sale from the team and tickets sold by other fans. Visit to select from all available authentic tickets in one place, knowing that your transaction will be official, fast and secure.

the swanky bar at the Skirvin Hilton and WSKY Lounge, the whisky and craft cocktail bar in Deep Deuce, are some other popular spots for post-game cocktails. Or you can grab a beer at TapWerks or Bricktown Brewery in the Bricktown Entertainment District. For more family-friendly post-game celebrations, you can satisfy your sweet tooth with a cupcake from Pinkitzel or some classic candies from Bricktown Candy Company.

Local Viewing Go-To Guide

Fans Having Fun

If you’re not one of the lucky 18,203 fans with tickets, you can still have fun watching the game with local fans. There’s RePublic Gastropub in Classen Curve, Bleu Garten Food Truck Park in Midtown, Empire Slice in the Plaza District, Sauced in the Paseo Arts District or Urban Johnnie in Deep Deuce, just to name a few.

For team updates and other information, visit, download the Thunder Mobile App, or follow the team’s official social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat (@okcthunder). Fans can share photos and stories that show their support for Thunder Basketball on social media using #WeAreThunder and #ThunderUp.

Post Game Fun Looking for somewhere to celebrate the Thunder victory? Head over to FLINT, the restaurant at the Colcord Hotel, for a drink at their bar or large outdoor patio. Red Piano,




C O K C TA I L S by Greg Horton Oklahoma City has a remarkable abundance of talented mixologists, and our craft cocktail culture has matured rapidly as a result. Local bartenders infuse their own spirits, make their own syrups in house, and even create their own bitters and shrubs. You will ďŹ nd talented bartenders in many local joints, and we suggest you start with these four.

The Garrison Finish Ludivine Black-tea-infused Bourbon is mixed with lemon juice, agave nectar and a blackberry-thyme shrub to create a cocktail that is equal parts sweet and sour. The contrasts are startling and layered. The bartenders at Ludivine are some of the most creative in Oklahoma City, and they also specialize in creating cocktails according to your own tastes. Sit at the bar, have a Garrison Finish or a seasonal cocktail, and then let their bartenders experiment to make you a custom cocktail.




The Ambassador Sling OBar at The Ambassador Hotel A ri on a popular cocktail, The Ambassador Sling comes with a view of Oklahoma City’s skyline from the rooftop patio atop the hotel. Gin is combined with Cointreau, Benedictine, bitters, apple shrub, Grenadine and lemon juice for a refreshing, easyto-love cocktail. The view sets this bar apart, but the cocktails at OBar are stellar in their own right, including their rotating seasonal menu.




The See-Through Carré The Hutch on Avondale Managing partner Kyle Fleischfresser was one of the driving forces behind the craft cocktail movement in Oklahoma City, and he’s carried his love of mixology into the bar at The Hutch. The See-Through Carré is one of Fleischfresser’s creations, using one of his favorite spirits: rye whiskey. He’s also in love with Bourbon, which will be obvious when you see the back bar. The blend of unaged rye and immature brandy make for a fascinating, complex cocktail, with plenty of kick, but nice floral, tropical and candied notes too.




The Huntsman Mary Eddy’s at 21C Museum Hotel You will love the cocktail even more than the name—and you can carry it around as you enjoy the hotel’s public art gallery. Rye is mixed with chai spice-infused Carpano, sweet Vermouth, Oloroso Sherry and bitters to create a lush cocktail with a multi-layered palette of exotic and familiar flavors. The spice notes and creative blend mask the alcohol well, meaning this one is easy to love.



BLACKENED STUFFED CATFISH Jumbo lump crab & shrimp medley, herb rice, and brussels sprouts

ROGER MILLER (1936-1992) Singer, songwriter, musician, T V star, humorist, Broadway composer

“I always took a great deal of pride in being original.”



LOCAL BREWS Oklahoma City craft breweries have been producing outstanding local beers for more than a decade. Don’t miss out on these local favorites and award winners.

Black Mesa Endless Skyway Bitter This is a World Beer Cup gold medal winner, and its name comes from a lyric from Oklahoma’s own Woody Guthrie, giving locals even more reasons to love it. Black Mesa consistently produces remarkably balanced beers, but this is the flagship. Their beers are available on draught all over the city.

Anthem IPA While many examples of this popular style can be bitter bombs, Anthem went for a balanced, enjoyable brew. Pine and citrus come through, thanks in large part to the hops, but the floral notes round out a very quaffable beer. Anthem’s taproom is open for tastings and purchases Monday through Wednesday from noon to 6 p.m. and Thursday through Saturday from noon to 9 p.m.

Elk Valley Coffee Nemesis

COOP Ale Works Native Amber

This is one of the city’s newest breweries, and the guys like to call themselves brewers who like beer as much as beer drinkers. In other words, they let the beer speak for itself. The Nemesis is an Imperial Stout that is rich, malty and assertive without being aggressive. The Elk Valley taproom is open Thursday through Saturday from 3 to 8 p.m.

Native Amber is an excellent introduction to the brewery that pushed the OKC craft brewing industry into high gear in 2009. It’s malty, citrusy and approachable. COOP’s taproom is open for tastings and purchases Thursday and Friday from 4 to 8:00 pm and Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.




E AT A R O U N D THE CLOCK By Maggie Murdock Nichols

With a booming food scene, eating local is one of the best ways to experience OKC. With so many options, however, the choices can be daunting. Sometimes it’s best to ask the experts. Local foodie Maggie Murdock-Nichols gives a few suggestions for eating your way around OKC, no matter what the meal.

Breakfast Lavender Vanilla Holey Roller’s Donut and Pour Over Coffee from Elemental Coffee

Strawberry Cactus Pear Hand Tarts and Vietnamese Coffee from Okay Yeah Co. Okay Yeah Co. is located in the Film Row district, right next to a giant mural of NBA basketball player Steven Adams. The space is home to an eclectic collection of businesses, including the Plant Shoppe and a wood workshop. Their hand tarts are reminiscent of a childhood breakfast treat, but oh so much better. The Strawberry Cactus Pear pairs perfectly with their Ca Phe Sua Da (Vietnamese Coffee). Take it to go or settle in. Okay Yeah Co has no ego. It’s totally approachable and a refreshing way to start the day. 46


Here you’ll find local entrepreneurs in their pseudo-office, business meetings in progress, students studying and friends chatting. Elemental is a local roastery and coffee shop. The coffee is direct-sourced, traveling from all over the world to await a tumble in the big red roaster that sits in the corner. Can coffee get any fresher? We recommend you taste it in its truest form - a pour over. Everyone’s welcome here – whether vegans, vegetarians, meatlovers or gluten free, everyone unites at the common tables. Grab a breakfast burrito or sandwich and a locally baked, sensibly sweet Holey Roller’s Donut – a local favorite is Lavender Vanilla. You can also find Holey Rollers rolling around town in their adorable retro fab trailer. Find a seat and cozy up with some coffee.

Biscuits ‘n’ Gravy and a Thank You Very Matcha Cocktail from Sunnyside Diner Make a stop at Sunnyside Diner where, as they say, it’s always Sunday morning. Pull up a seat at the bar for a quick meal or settle in at a table or booth and take your time. Sentimental, cozy and reminiscent of a small town diner, the food at Sunnyside Diner is anything but small. Expect heaping portions, hot off the griddle and fast to your table. Their biscuits are tall and square, covered in housemade gravy, topped with cheddar cheese and finished with two Sunnyside eggs. They’ll keep the coffee flowing, in true diner fashion. If you’re feeling adventurous, get a Thank You Very Matcha cocktail with white rum, muddled basil, matcha green tea simple syrup, lemon and topped with soda.


Brunch Tikal Breakfast and EÔTÉ Coffee from Cafe Kacao

Chicken Fried Steak and Brunch Punch from Cheever’s Adding an egg does not make it brunch. Not everything deserves an egg and certainly not everything needs an egg. Some mornings, especially weekend mornings, you wake up and want to jump straight to lunch - that’s what brunch was made for, right? Cheever’s Chicken Fried Steak could easily cover all three meals for the day - they aren’t messing around with their Oklahomasized serving topped with house-made jalapeno cream gravy and red-skinned garlic mashed potatoes. Start with the Brunch Punch, which varies on the whim of the bartender each weekend. It’s a special treat and made to share.

Guatemalan fare as authentic as the smiling faces of the staff can be found at Cafe Kacao. The Del Cid family knows their way around the kitchen and has found their way into the hearts of OKC. It’s a difficult choice, but a can’t-miss suggestion for brunch is the Tikal Breakfast. Named after an ancient Mayan city, the Tikal breakfast covers all the essentials of a Guatemalan breakfast - Carne Asada flank steak, Longaniza (Guatemalan sausage), scrambled eggs, relish, refried black beans and plantains. If you’re feeling in the mood for something sweet, order a side of mosh or a Good Morning Mango Pancake to share with the table. Your coffee cup will never run dry at Kacao when you order a cup of locally-roasted EÔTÉ Coffee. You can also try one of their EÔTÉ espresso creations like the Horchata Latte or the Crème Brûlée Latte.

Oklahoma Pancake and A.M. Hero from Hatch Not a morning person? Hatch OKC may just convert you. It’s such a happy place with food that will turn any morning into a good mood. The Oklahoma Pancake is not only adorable, it’s delicious, using local pecans and bacon. The Chieftain's Revenge is full of flavor and will leave you full. Rough morning after last night? The A.M. Hero to the rescue, made with locallybrewed Anthem Arjuna, Cointreau, orange juice and a house sour mix. WWW.VISITOKC.COM



Lunch Queso Fundido and Tacos from Revolución Taqueria & Cantina

Wood-Fired Pizza, Salad and Dessert from The Hall’s Pizza Kitchen & Food Truck Both their food truck and newly opened restaurant are equipped with a woodfired (and only wood-fired) oven that imparts an excellent, artisan touch to their perfectly paired toppings that unite to put a modern twist on classic pizza. Try the Matt, with so many flavors you won’t know it’s vegetarian, or the Samwise, which features cream cheese, bacon and jalapeno (did we have you at bacon?). Don’t let the name fool you though: The Hall Family can do more than sling dough. Add a salad and dessert to really round out your meal. Get the Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip cookie and have a friend get the daily dessert so you can have the best of both. 48


Would you like a peek at the OKC locals in their natural habitat? Go to Revolución. With Chihuahua & Monterey jack cheeses, house chorizo verde and pickled Fresno chile, Revolución’s Queso Fundido is made to share. Share it so you don’t get too full, because you have to have the tacos. They keep it simple, but the flavor is anything but. The Cauliflower Al Pastor made with caramelized onion and pineapple is a great option for vegetarians or meat eaters alike. The Barbacoa Flautas are excellently crispy and flavorful. Round out your meal with a Kicking Mule. You’ll be kicking your heels up while headed out the door, or keep the vibes going and settle in at the bar. Their tequila selection is impressive and they serve it up right.

Weinerschnitzel from Ingrid’s Kitchen Willkommen auf Ingrid’s Kitchen, where they offer traditional German dishes as well as American deli offerings. When at Ingrid’s, order Weinerschnitzel, a plate-sized serving with sauerkraut, red cabbage, German potato salad and house-baked bread. The food is authentic and polished, and the atmosphere is quirky and entertaining. On Saturdays you’ll find a live band and the regulars dancing. Be warned, you won’t be able to leave without something extra when you see their bakery case full of homemade cookies, cake, bread, pastries and bagels.


Dinner Beef Skirt Adobo Fajitas and Frozen Avocado Margarita from Barrio’s Fine Mexican Dishes

Pork Chop and Paired Wine from Packard’s New American Kitchen Packard’s New American Kitchen takes its name from the former Packard Automobile dealership in which it’s housed. Their service is consistently polished and welcoming. Their interior is beautiful and full of history. Their bar selection is carefully curated and manned by some of the nicest bartenders in town. You’ll know this by how many locals settle in there. Their fare changes seasonally, but you’ll always find Chef McKenna’s Pork Chop, perfectly cooked and accompanied with hearty, seasonal sides. Try a wine flight or ask what pairs best. Before you skip merrily out the door, order another round and a Cracked Caramel Sundae to share with the table. Can’t make it for dinner? Be sure to check out their award-winning brunch. They were named one of the 50 best places for brunch in the country by Food Network this year.

Barrio’s may be the only OKC restaurant that boasts as much patio seating as indoor seating. If the weather’s nice, or on the verge of nice, you can guarantee the patio will be buzzing. A little chilly in the evening? They’ll light the fire, provide blankets, and the staff will don serapes. Toasty? They’ll keep the ice water flowing. The decor is carefully crafted to accompany the unique blend of flavors - tex-mex, cali-lite, authentic street food. We suggest you start with the Valencia Orange & Salmon Ceviche with plantain chips and order the Beef Skirt Adobo Fajitas. They’ll keep the housemade chips and salsa coming to your heart’s content. The Frozen Avocado Margarita is refreshing and will cool down any lingering heat of a perfectly spiced dish.

Seared Beef Ceviche and Fried Brussels Sprouts from Guernsey Park Guernsey Park is nestled behind other local hideouts in Uptown and named for the street their tri-level building sits on. A tip of the hat to the Asian District just north of Guernsey, they offer a modern translation of Asian fare. Start with the Seared Beef Ceviche and Fried Brussels Sprouts and let the menu guide you on a culinary adventure. Wherever that journey takes you, be sure to close with Carrot Cake and their twist on Vietnamese Coffee using locally made liqueur Prairie Wolf Dark.






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QUINTESSENTIAL O K C E AT S : Lamb Fries from Cattlemen’s Steakhouse If you have to ask, you may not want to know. While this breaded and fried delicacy isn’t exclusive to Oklahoma City, it is a must-try item on the menu of one of OKC’s most beloved restaurants: Cattlemen’s Steakhouse. Often erroneously referred to as Calf Fries, Cattlemen’s serves Lamb Fries. The reason for this? Consistency. Let’s just say Calf Fries don’t make the cut for Cattlemen’s.

Steak from Red Prime Oklahomans look for any reason to eat steak. A steak dinner from Red Prime offers high-end dining with a modern flair. They offer prime cut, aged beef and wagyu. Choose a crust and sauce for your steak. We recommend the brown sugar and sea salt and the creamy horseradish sauce. Their other menu offerings are all created to pair perfectly with their specialty: prime steak.

Pho from Pho Lien Hoa Oklahoma City actually has one of the largest per-capita Vietnamese populations in the country, and in Oklahoma City’s Asian District you’ll find a concentration of more than twenty family-owned Asian restaurants. The always hopping Pho Lien Hoa serves Pho, egg and spring rolls, Vermicelli, tea, Vietnamese coffee and boba smoothies. Pho, pronounced “fuh”, is a meticulously prepared, clarified bone broth served with rice noodles, meat, fresh basil, limes, bean sprouts and jalapeno. You build your own and largely control the flavor and spice. Don’t get carried away with the sriracha or other condiments - taste the broth for its purity.

Onion Burger from Tucker’s The fried onion burger is an Oklahoma original, created by frugal chefs in the 1920s looking to make their beef stretch a little farther. Ground beef is pressed onto the griddle with very thin slices of onion and repeatedly pressed throughout the process. There have been many interpretations of the true Oklahoma Onion Burger, but we think Tucker’s consistently nails it. They offer a variety of toppings, crispy fries and milkshakes to round out the experience.

BBQ from Bedlam Bar-B-Q Wet vs. Dry, Hickory vs. Oak, Pork vs. Beef dominate the barbecue debate from the Carolinas down to Texas. And while Oklahoma doesn’t have a signature style, OKC is home to some serious barbecue that benefits from a blending of regional influences. While their name hints at the rivalry between our two big Oklahoma college teams, there is no division over the fare at Bedlam. Fans of Bedlam love to hang out on the lovely patio with a huge outdoor fireplace and feast on their smoky BBQ and one of their many pies, cakes or bread pudding for dessert. Wash it all down with a local beer or their famous Malachi Tea. WWW.VISITOKC.COM



SOUVENIR SHOPPING Here are few suggestions for local souvenirs from only-in-OKC shops

Jumpin Jackalope Mercantile Located in the heart of Bricktown, Jumpin Jackalope is a modern day general store decorated in rustic, yet posh southwestern flair. Whether you’re looking for Oklahoma inspired goods or wanting to sample the handmade fudge and jerky, there’s always something new to take home.

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On A Whim The only place in Oklahoma you can find the beautifully hand-painted Mackenzie-Childs ceramics, On A Whim is your one-stop-shop for gifts for any occasion. Found in luxurious Classen Curve, you’re guaranteed to find that perfect present and something for yourself, too.




Collected Thread The Plaza District is home to many hip, quirky ky y shops s ps eers, er locally oc y and restaurants where you can find local beers, sourced food and local shopping that’s second cond to none. co on Collected Thread is the perfect place to find a unique qu piece from a local maker that you can’t ’t find anywhere else.

Red Coyote No matter what you’re training for, Red Coyote is your oneN e estop-running-shop. Try the video recorded treadmill s to determine your instep and let trained staff find the perfect shoe for you. They carry just about every athletic brand you can imagine, so stock up there and athle thl conquer your run. co o

Oklahoma City Museum of Art rt From the one-of-a-kind Chihuly glass sculptures to o the ever-impressive rotating exhibitions, you could spend sp d all day meandering OKC’s Museum of Art. You could d spend just as long perusing their beautiful giftt shop op for take-home treasures like you’re own Chihuly huly ly sculpture, coffee table books and more.

Blue Seven B L Located on the north side of OKC, you’ll find the local ffavorite, Blue Seven. Known for its eclectic urban style, fa y you can find stylish leather accessories, uniquely iillustrated paper goods, locally printed t-shirts for the w whole family and everything in-between.

National Cowboy and Western N Heritage Museum After you’ve spent the day learning about Oklahoma’s cowboy culture and rich Western heritage, mosey on over to their wonderful gift shop. The 50th anniversary Pendleton blanket and American Indian jewelry are a few favorite pieces to add.



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UNDER ONE ROOF The Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City On the western edge of the city off Interstate 40, you’ll find the Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City. There’s more than 80 stores with names like Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, The North Face, Express, Forever 21 and J. Crew, to name a few.

Penn Square Mall Central to the city, you’ll find Penn Square Mall, one of two large malls with everything your family will need. Dillard’s, Macy’s and JCPenney serve as the anchors, and inside you’ll find OKC’s only Apple and Microsoft stores, as well as Coach and Madewell.

Quail Springs Mall If you’re going to be in the northern part of the city, Quail Springs is where you’ll want to shop. The main department stores you’ll find are Dillard’s and Von Maur. Quail Springs has Oklahoma City’s only H&M, a two-story super-store full of fashion for him, her, children and even the mom-to-be.



One of the world’s largest collections of Chihuly glass.


Oklahoma City boasts a wide variety of world-class museums, from historical to fine art. And while the permanent collections at these venues are worth a visit year-round, here’s what’s new this spring and summer at some of the top museums in town.

Oklahoma City Museum of Art The Oklahoma City Museum of Art houses three floors of exhibits ranging from ancient Egyptian artifacts to French impressionism to contemporary art – a great mix of subjects. It also houses one of the most comprehensive collections of Dale Chihuly glass in the world, including a stunning 55-foot tower in the lobby.

"Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic" On display from June through September, this exhibition presents an overview of the artist's career including around 60 of his oil paintings, stained glass and sculpture. The exhibition highlights the range of Wiley's production, starting with examples of early paintings executed around the time of his 2001 residency at the Studio Museum in Harlem. These figurative canvases of African-American men, inspired by Wiley's observation of street life in Harlem, mark the beginning of his focused exploration of the male figure. The exhibition will also include a selection from his ongoing "World Stage" project, which he initiated in 2006 by establishing a satellite studio in Beijing. In addition, the exhibition will include portrait busts and stained glass "paintings," as well as female portraiture from Wiley's recent series "An Economy of Grace." WWW.VISITOKC.COM



Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Oklahoma Contemporary will soon have a permanent $26 million arts campus at the corner of Northwest 11th and Broadway Avenue. For now, the showroom at 3000 General Pershing Blvd. houses exhibitions, serves as an arts venue, and curates the art library. Oklahoma Contemporary partners with Marfa Contemporary in Marfa, Texas, and the Green Box Arts Festival in Green Mountain Falls, Colorado, to feature some of the best regional and national artists.

“Coded_Couture” From June 29 to Aug. 10, this traveling exhibit, which debuted at the Pratt Manhattan Gallery in New York and has been featured in Vogue and Women’s Wear Daily, will explore the relationship between fashion and technology. International designers Marloes ten Bhömer, Melissa Coleman, CuteCircuit and others merge textiles and interactive code into garments, drawings, sketchbooks, video projections and other interactive opportunities. Works engage biological, cultural, psychological and synergistic themes to create highly individualized fashion shaped by technology and the visitors input.

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“Jeffrey Gibson: Speak to Me” Internationally known multimedia artist Jeffrey Gibson’s first Oklahoma solo exhibition will feature recent artworks that draw upon his Native American heritage (Choctaw and Cherokee) and intertribal aesthetics and traditions. Gibson’s art draws thoughtful attention to cultural and historical traditions while affirming their vitality and relevance to contemporary life. Gibson’s practice includes painting, sculpture, fiber, ceramics, video and performance, and the centerpiece of Speak to Me is a video, one becomes the other, that Gibson produced during a residency at the Denver Art Museum. This exhibit runs June 11.



The National Cowboy Western & Heritage Museum is America’s premier institution of Western history, art, and culture. From fine art, pop culture and firearms to Native American objects, historical cowboy gear, shopping and dining, the Museum is a must-see destination. There are four special exhibits at the museum this spring, all running through May 14.

“The Artistry of the Western Paperback” This exhibit explores covers of Western paperbacks, displaying imaginative creations by Robert Stanley, George Gross, Tom Ryan, and other important illustrators. The exhibition showcases dynamic and engaging book covers for Western tales of cowboys, villains, duels and danger.


“Hollywood and the American West” This exhibit exposes the candid, intimate and raw images highlighting John R. Hamilton’s private access to the greatest movie stars, musicians and directors of all times. Subjects include John Wayne, Natalie Wood, John Ford, Bing Crosby, Kevin Costner and more.

“A Yard of Turkey Red: The Western Bandanna” A rare collection of period bandannas will provide visitors a glimpse of authentic neckwear once sought after by young horsemen on the range and later popularized in Western fiction.

“Power & Prestige Children’s Gallery” This activity space for children and families alike will take visitors into the histories and cultures of the American Plains Indians, with plenty of hands-on activities such as makeand-take crafts, dramatic scenes and stories, a mapping journey, a story-station reading area and much more.

American Banjo Museum The American Banjo Museum is a world-class 21,000 square foot facility honoring the rich history of the banjo. The museum includes the largest collection in the world of banjos on public display, more than 400 instruments, as well as recordings, film, video, printed music, instructional materials, ephemera and memorabilia. Much of the museum’s core collection is ornately decorated banjos made in America during the Jazz Age of the 1920s and 30s.

“Roy Clark” Opening April 6, This exhibit will contain stage outfits and instruments and other memorabilia belonging to Roy Clark.

21c Museum Located in a former Ford Motor Company Model T assembly plant, 21c Museum Hotel Oklahoma City is a combination boutique hotel, contemporary art museum and home to Mary Eddy’s Kitchen x Lounge located on the west end of downtown along Film Row.

“OFF-SPRING” Born out of a desire to integrate contemporary art into everyday life, each 21c Museum Hotel displays exhibits from the continuously growing 21c collection. This includes works in media ranging from painting, sculpture and photography, to film, video and digital-based art, reflecting the global nature of contemporary culture and featuring works by artists from all over the world. This new exhibition will arrive in May.




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D OW N TOW N / B R I C K TOW N / M I D TOW N 21c Museum Hotel 900 W. Main St. (405) 982-6900 $$$ ∙ 135 rooms

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Aloft Oklahoma City Downtown-Bricktown 209 N. Walnut Ave. (405) 605-2100 (866) 716-8143 $$ ∙ 134 rooms

Ambassador Hotel Oklahoma City 1200 N. Walker (405) 600-6200 (888) 236-2427 $$$ ∙ 54 rooms

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SpringHill Suites Oklahoma City Downtown (Opening Summer) 600 E. Sheridan Ave. (405) 601-6206 $$$ ∙ 124 rooms

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Discover Oklahoma City. Located in the heart of downtown, next to the Cox Convention Center and just steps from many popular destinations, including the Bricktown Entertainment District, Chesapeake Arena and the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. Stylish guest rooms and flexible meeting space make the downtown Renaissance Hotel the place to be. Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway for two or a convention for two thousand, mixing business and pleasure has never been easier.

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Budget Lodge 11900 N. I-35 Service Rd. (405) 478-2888 $ ∙ 60 rooms

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Hampton Inn Oklahoma City Northeast 11820 N. I-35 Service Rd. (405) 608-2744 (877) 424-6423 $$ ∙ 72 rooms Holiday Inn Express & Suites OKC North 12013 Holland St (405) 608-8008 $$ ∙ 109 rooms

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Sleep Inn & Suites Oklahoma City 12024 N. I-35 Service Rd. (405) 478-9898 (877) 424-6423 $$ ∙ 69 rooms

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Holiday Inn Express & Suites (I-35 & SE 15) 1629 S. Prospect Ave. (405) 602-6611 (888) HOLIDAY $$ ∙ 81 rooms

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Super 8 Oklahoma City 3852 S. Prospect Ave. (405) 601-2402 $ ∙ 72 rooms

WoodSpring Suites Oklahoma City Southeast 4112 E. I-240 Service Rd. (405) 619-9495 $ ∙ 104 rooms

America’s Best Value Inn - Oklahoma City/Yukon 321 N. Mustang Rd. (405) 324-1000 (888) 315-2378 $ ∙ 104 rooms

Best Western Plus Barsana Hotel & Suites 7701 C.A. Henderson Blvd. (405) 601-1200 (800) 780-7234 $$ ∙ 64 rooms

Comfort Inn & Suites Airport 5921 SW 8th St. (405) 470-7676 (877) 424-6423 $$ ∙ 89 rooms

Country Inn & Suites by Carlson Oklahoma City Airport 2401 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 605-8300 (800) 596-2375 $$ ∙ 102 rooms

America’s Best Value Inn and Suites WestOklahoma City 4602 Enterprise Way (405) 949-0855 (888) 315-2378 $ ∙ 39 rooms

Best Western Saddleback Inn and Conference Center 4300 S.W. 3rd St. (405) 947-7000 (800) 228-3903 $$$ ∙ 223 rooms

Comfort Inn South I-240 7601 C.A. Henderson Blvd. (405) 631-3111 (877) 424-6423 $$ ∙ 68 rooms


Studio 6 Oklahoma City 3850 S. Prospect Ave. (405) 601-7070 (800) 466-8356 $ ∙ 60 rooms

Residence Inn Oklahoma City South 1111 E. I-240 Service Rd. (405) 634-9696 $$$ ∙ 90 rooms

Rodeway Inn 8315 S. I-35 Service Rd. (405) 631-8661 (800) 337-0550 $ ∙ 122 rooms


AmericInn Oklahoma City Airport 1905 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 682-2080 $$ ∙ 134 rooms

Baymont Inn & Suites Oklahoma City Airport 4240 I-40 W. Service Rd. (405) 943-4400 (800) 337-0550 $ ∙ 50 rooms

Biltmore Hotel 401 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 947-7681 (800) 522-6620 $$ ∙ 509 rooms

Candlewood Suites Oklahoma City 4400 River Park Dr. (405) 680-8770 (877) 660-8543 $$ ∙ 122 rooms

Comfort Suites Meridian 1100 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 424-6423 $$ ∙ 81rooms

Comfort Suites Oklahoma City 4220 W. I-40 Service Rd. (405) 943-2700 (877) 424-6423 $$ ∙ 54 rooms

Courtyard by Marriott Oklahoma City Airport 4301 Highline Blvd. (405) 946-6500 (800) 228-9290 $$ ∙ 149 rooms

Days Inn Oklahoma City West 504 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 942-8294 (888) 440-2021 $ ∙ 127 rooms

Doubletree by Hilton OKC Airport 4410 SW 19th St. (405) 688-3300 (877) 424-6423 $$$ ∙ 134 rooms




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Embassy Suites Oklahoma City Will Rogers World Airport 1815 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 682-6000 (800) EMBASSY $$$ ∙ 236 rooms

Extended Stay America Oklahoma City Airport 4820 W. Reno Ave. (405) 948-4443 (800) 804-3724 $ ∙ 101 rooms

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Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Oklahoma City Airport 4521 SW 15th St. (405) 604-3223 (800) 236-2427 $$ ∙ 110 rooms

Governor’s Suites Hotel 2308 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 682-5299 (888) 819-7575 $$$ ∙ 50 rooms

Hampton Inn & Suites Oklahoma City South 920 SW 77th St. (405) 602-3400 (800) HAMPTON $$$ ∙ 90 rooms

Hampton Inn Airport 4333 SW 15th ∙ 73108 (405) 604-8000 (800) HAMPTON $$ ∙ 103 rooms 70


Hilton Garden Inn Oklahoma City Airport 801 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 942-1400 (800) HILTONS $$ ∙ 161 rooms

Holiday Inn Airport 4401 SW 15th St. (405) 601-7272 (800) 315-2621 $$ ∙ 147 rooms

Holiday Inn Express & Suites I-240 7817 S. Walker Ave. (405) 606-8811 888-HOLIDAY $$ ∙ 75 rooms

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Oklahoma City Airport 4400 Highline Blvd. (405) 948-3366 (800) 315-2621 $$ ∙ 84 rooms

Home2 Suites by Hilton South 1001 Straka Terr. (405) 536-4663 (877) 6-Home-02 $$ ∙ 84 rooms

Homewood Suites by Hilton Oklahoma City West 6920 W. Reno Ave. (405) 789-3600 800-CALL-HOME $$ ∙ 90 rooms

Hyatt Place Oklahoma City Airport 1818 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 682-3900 (888) 492-8847 $$$ ∙ 128 rooms

La Quinta Inn Oklahoma City Airport 800 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 942-0040 (800) 753-3757 $ ∙ 168 rooms

Meridian Extended Stay Hotel 4561 SW 3rd St. (405) 605-5588 $ ∙ 52 rooms

Meridian Inn 1224 S. Meridian Ave. (405)948-7294 (888) 670-2958 $ ∙ 100 rooms

Microtel Inn & Suites OKC 624 S. MacArthur Blvd. (405) 942-0011 (888) 771-7171 $ ∙ 56 rooms

Motel 6 Oklahoma City Airport 820 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 946-6662 (800) 466-8356 $ ∙ 128 rooms

Rodeway Inn & Suites Oklahoma City 321 S. Rockwell Ave. (405) 787-1350 (877) 424-6423 $ ∙ 125 rooms

TownePlace Suites Airport 4601 SW 15th St. (405) 600-9988 $$ ∙ 97 rooms

Motel 6 Oklahoma City Airport East 7400 S. May Ave. (405) 682-4521 $ ∙ 72 rooms

Sleep Inn Oklahoma City 4620 W. Enterprise Way (405) 946-1600 (877) 424-6423 $ ∙ 56 rooms

Traveler’s Inn & Suites Oklahoma City Airport 820 S. MacArthur Blvd. (405) 947-8651 $ ∙ 80 rooms

Oak Tree Inn & Suites 1200 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 943-7800 $ ∙ 145 rooms

Quality Inn & Suites Airport 4200 W. I-40 Service Rd. (405) 429-5299 (877) 424-6423 $ ∙ 119 rooms

Ramada Oklahoma City Airport 2200 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 681-9000 (888) 288-4982 $ ∙ 97 rooms

Red Roof Inn Oklahoma City Airport-Fairgrounds 309 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 947-8777 (800) RED-ROOF $ ∙ 91 rooms

Sonesta ES Suites Oklahoma City 4361 W. Reno Ave. (405) 772-1320 (800) 236-2427 $$ ∙ 136 rooms

SpringHill Suites Oklahoma City Airport 510 S. MacArthur Blvd. (405) 604-0200 (800) 236-2427 $$ ∙ 100 rooms

Staybridge Suites Oklahoma City 4411 SW 15th St. (405) 429-4400 (800) 225-1237 $$ ∙ 103 rooms

Super 8 Motel Oklahoma City Airport 311 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 947-7801 (800) 454-3213 $ ∙ 77 rooms


Howard Johnson Express Oklahoma City Airport 400 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 943-9841 (888) 637-4861 $ ∙ 96 rooms

Tru by Hilton Oklahoma City Airport 802 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 609-3955 $$ ∙ 80 rooms

Wingate by Wyndham Oklahoma City 2001 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 682-3600 (877) 999-3223 $ ∙ 99 rooms

WoodSpring Suites 4300 W. I-40 Service Rd. (405) 945-2255 (844) 974-6835 $ ∙ 124 rooms

Wyndham Garden Hotel Oklahoma City 2101 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 685-4000 (877) 999-3223 $$ ∙ 244 rooms






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Located in the heart of OKC, Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel is within walking distance of the Bricktown Entertainment District, Chesapeake Energy Arena, Cox Convention Center and many more popular attractions.

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M11 Adventure District I-35 & I-44 (405) 290-7529

I10 Brickopolis Entertainment 101 S. Mickey Mantle Drive (405) 516-2745

K8 Asian District N.W. 23rd St. & Classen Blvd. I10 Automobile Alley N. BroadwayAve. (405) 235-3500 H10 Boathouse District 725 S. Lincoln Blvd. (405) 552-4040 I10 Bricktown Entertainment District E. Sheridan Ave. & S. Mickey Mantle Dr. (405) 236-8666 M8 Classen Curve 5860 N. Classen Blvd. (405) 902-2505 I10 Deep Deuce NE 1st & Central I9 Film Row Lee & Sheridan J9 Midtown NW 10th St. & Walker Ave. (405) 235-3500 K9 Paseo Arts District NW 30th St. & N. Dewey Ave. (405) 525-2688 J8 Plaza District 1618 Gatewood (405) 367-9403 H7 Stockyards City 1307 S. Agnew Ave. (405) 235-7267 K9 Uptown 23rd Nw 23rd & N. Walker L9 Western Avenue District 2325 N. Classen Blvd. (405) 412-5990 H8 Wheeler District (405) 655-8455 1701 S. Western Ave

I10 Bricktown Water Taxi 111 Mickey Mantle Dr. (405) 234-8294 H4 Celebration Station 509 Westline Dr. (405) 942-7888 public/oklahoma-city H10 Chesapeake Boathouse 725 S. Lincoln Blvd. (405) 552-4040 boathouse-district-about/ chesapeake-boathouse H10 Climb Up 200 S.E. 4th St. (405) 673-7448 M6 Dave and Busters OKC 5501 North May Ave. (405) 254-9900 H10 Devon Boathouse 725 S. Lincoln Blvd. (405) 552-4040 boathouses-finish-linetower/devon-boathouse

HeyDay Entertainment C11 Norman 3201 Market Place (405) 310-3500 I10 Lower Bricktown 200 S. Oklahoma Ave. Suite HD Coming May 2017 R8 iFly Indoor Skydiving 13600 Pawnee Drive (405) 300-4359 R8 Main Event Entertainment 1441 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 751-4900 H9 Mat Hoffman Action Sports Park 1700 S. Robinson Ave. (405) 297-2211 parks-recreation/skateparks I19 Myriad Botanical Gardens & Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory 301 W. Reno Ave. (405) 445-7080 oklahomacity H8 OKC Public Farmers Market 311 S. Klein Ave. (405) 232-6506

J9 Overholser Mansion 405 N.W. 15th St. (405) 525-5325 K6 Pole Position Raceway 2905 N.W. 36th St. (405) 942-2292 oklahoma-city/ M12 Remington Park Racing Casino One Remington Place (405) 424-1000 K10 State Capitol Complex 2300 N. Lincoln Blvd. (405) 521-3356 J6 State Fair Park 3001 General Pershing Blvd. (405) 948-6700 R8 TopGolf 13313 Pawnee Drive (405) 607-7154 oklahoma-city/ H9 Trapped OKC 111 Harrison Ave (405) 270-1379 R10 UCO Jazz Lab 100 E. 5th St. (405) 359-7989 H8 Wheeler Ferris Wheel 1701 S. Western Ave (405) 655-8455

M6 Escape Games OKC 3705 W Memorial Rd. Ste 309 (405) 286-4414

L12 Oklahoma City Zoo & Botanical Gardens 2101 N.E. 50th St. (405) 424-3344

H8 Foodie Foot Tours Downtown OKC (800) 979-3370 foodiefoottours. com/#about

J11 Oklahoma History Center 800 Nazih Zuhdi Dr. (405) 522-5248

Q14 Frontier City Theme Park 11501 N. I-35 Service Rd. (405) 478-2140

H10 Oklahoma Land Run Monument South End of Bricktown Canal

L12 45th Infantry Division Museum 2145 N.E. 36th St. (405) 424-5313

J11 Governor’s Mansion 820 N.E. 23rd St. (405) 528-2020

H10 Oklahoma River Cruises 300 S.W. 7th St. (405) 702-7755

E5 99s Museum of Women Pilots 4300 Amelia Earhart Ln (405) 685-9990

K10 Oklahoma Veterans Memorial State Capitol Park

I10 American Banjo Museum 9 E. Sheridan Ave. (405) 604-2793

H10 Harkins Theater Bricktown 16 150 E. Reno Ave. (405) 231-4747

A8 Orr Family Farm 14400 S. Western Ave. (405) 799-3276

I5 White Water Bay 3908 W. Reno Ave. (405) 943-9687 MUSEUMS

N11 American Pigeon Museum and Library, Inc. & World of Wings Pigeon Center 2300 N.E. 63rd St. (405) 478-5155 theamericanpigeon M12 ASA National Softball Hall of Fame and Museum 2801 N.E. 50th St. (405) 424-5266 J10 Harn Homestead & 1889ers Museum 1721 N. Lincoln Blvd. (405) 235-4058 L12 International Gymnastics Hall of Fame 2100 N.E. 52nd St. (405) 235-5600 L10 Jim Thorpe Association and Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame 4040 N. Lincoln Blvd. (405) 427-1400 B13 Museum of Osteology 10301 S. Sunnylane Rd. (405) 814-0006 M11 National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum 1700 N.E. 63rd St. (405)478-2250

J9 Oklahoma Museum of Telephone History 111 Dean A. McGee Ave. (405) 236-6153 K12 Oklahoma Railway Museum 3400 N.E. Grand Blvd. (405) 424-8222 L12 Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum 2716 N.E. 50th St. (405) 424-1452 I9 Red Earth Museum and Art Center 6 Santa Fe Plaza (405) 427-5228 J6 World Organization of China Painters Museum 2700 N. Portland Ave. (405) 521-1234 ARTS PERFORMING I10 Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Central Oklahoma 25 S. Oklahoma Ave. (405) 974-4700 M10 Ambassadors’ Concert Choir 1500 N.E. 4th St. (405) 602-3866

I9 Oklahoma City Museum of Art 415 Couch Dr. (405) 236-3100

M10 Black Liberated Arts Center, Inc. 4915 N. Lincoln Blvd. (405) 524-3800

I9 Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum 620 N. Harvey Ave. (405) 235-3313 oklahomacitynational

I19 Canterbury Choral Society 424 Colcord Dr. Suite D (405) 232-7464

J9 Oklahoma Hall of Fame at the GaylordPickens Museum 1400 Classen Dr. (405) 235-4458 K10 Oklahoma History Center 800 Nazih Zuhdi Dr. (405) 522-5248

I8 Carpenter Square Theatre 806 W. Main St. (405) 232-6500 K7 Cimarron Circuit Opera Company 555 S. University Blvd. (405) 364-8962 I9 Civic Center Music Hall 201 N. Walker Ave. (405) 297-2264




L9 Jewel Box Theatre 3700 N. Walker Ave. (405) 521-1786 J8 Lyric Theatre 1727 N.W. 16th St. (405) 524-9310 I9 Metropolitan School of Dance 414 Nw 7th St. (405) 236-5026 metroschoolofdance. I9 Oklahoma City Ballet 7421 N. Classen Ave. (405) 843-9898 I9 Oklahoma City Philharmonic Orchestra 424 Colcord Dr. Suite B (405) TICKETS I9 Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre 201 N. Walker Ave. (405) 848-3761 I9 Oklahoma City Theatre Company 201 N. Walker (405) 537-8971 K7 Oklahoma Opera & Music Theater 2501 N. Blackwelder Ave. (405) 208-5227 I9 Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park 2920 Paseo (405) 235-3700 H7 The Rodeo Opry 2221 Exchange Ave. (405) 297-9773 R7 UCO Jazz Lab 100 E. 5th St. (405) 359-7989 B9 Yellow Rose Theater 1005 S.W. 4th St. (405)793-7779 VISUAL I10 [ArtSpace] at Untitled 1 N.E. 3rd St. (405) 815-9995

M8 50 Penn Place Gallery 1900 NW Expressway Suite 207-R (405) 848-5567 K8 A Jeweler’s Art 2924 Paseo (405) 557-1866 J8 Art Fusion Studios 1218 B N. Western Ave (405) 209-0243 K8 Avalon on Paseo 514 NW 28th St. (405) 694-7550 M7 Avondale Galleries, Inc 5617 N. Pennsylvania Ave. (405) 840-5614 H8 Blue Sage Studios 1218-C N. Western Ave. (405) 601-2583 J8 Bombs Away Art Co. 3003 A Paseo (405) 474-0679 K8 Bone Dust Cowgirl Gallery & Boutique 514 NW 28th St. (405) 248-6811 K9 Brayer & Brush 3012 N. Lee Ave., Unit A (405) 204-1120 H8 Coady-Herlihy Studio and Gallery 3014 Paseo (405) 525-7217 K8 Contemporary Art Gallery 2928 Paseo (405) 601-7474 K9 The Corridor Gallery of Fine Art 3003 A Paseo (405) 380-8236 K8 CMG Art Gallery 1104 NW 30th St. (405) 256-3465 J6 Crossbar Gallery 1400 S. Agnew Ave. (405) 943-5600

J7 Current Studio 1218 N Penn Ave. (405) 673-1218

K8 Exhibit C 1 E. Sheridan Ave, Ste. 100 (405) 767-8900

I8 Individual Artists of Oklahoma (IAO) 706 W. Sheridan Ave. (405) 232-6060

J8 Graphite 1751 NW 16th (405) 919-0578

I6 Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center 3000 General Pershing Blvd. (405) 951-0000



N8 Howell Gallery 6432 N. Western Ave. (405) 840-4437 K8 In Your Eye Studio & Gallery 3005 Paseo #A (405) 525-2161


K8 JRB Art at the Elms 2810 N. Walker Ave. (405) 528-6336 I9 Kanon Gallery 124 NW 8th St. (405) 601-3091 J8 Kasum Contemporary Fine Art 1706 NW 16th (405) 604-6602 K8 Paseo Art Space 3022 Paseo (405) 525-2688

J9 Bleu Garten 301 NW 10th St. Buffalo Wild Wings N5 NW 4130 N.W. Expressway (405) 842-9464 I2 SW 6910 SW 3rd St. (405) 603-4688 Charleston’s Restaurant R3 Memorial 5608 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 470-8169

K8 PaseoArtWorks 3005 B Paseo (580) 470-5031

H4 Meridian 2000 S. Meridian (405) 681-6686

K8 Paseo Gallery One 2927 Paseo (405) 524-4544

O3 NW Expressway 5907 N.W. Expressway (405) 681-6686

K8 The Paseo Plunge 3010 Paseo (405) 315-6224 K8 Paseo Pottery 3017 Paseo (405) 525-3017 M8 Pickard Art Galleries 1237 NW 38th St (405) 842-5828 K9 Prairie Arts Collective 3018 Paseo (405) 533-5883 K8 The Purple Loft 514 NW 28th St., Suite 400 (405) 412-7066 P6 Studio Six 3021 Paseo (405) 752-2642 K8 Su Casa 3016 Paseo (405) 249-3331 K8 Summer Wine Art Gallery 2928B Paseo (405) 831-3279 DINING AMERICAN I9 10 North Grille 10 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 228-8000 okcbr-renaissanceoklahoma-city-conventioncenter-hotel/ I10 Anchor Down 30 NE 2nd St. (405) 605-8070 J8 Aurora Breakfast Bar & Backyard 1704 NW 16th St. Opening March 2017 M6 Beverly’s Pancake House 3315 NW Expressway (405) 848-5050

D7 Charleston’s Restaurant - South 1429 W. Interstate 240 Service Rd (405) 681-0055 M7 Cheesecake Factory 5600 N. Pennsylvania Ave. (405) 843-6111 K9 Cheever’s Café 2409 N. Hudson Ave. (405) 525-7007 K9 Chick N Beer 715 NW 23rd St. (405) 604-6995 M8 Classen Grill 5124 N. Classen Blvd (405) 842-0428 H5 Cracker Barrel Airport /Meridian 700 Cornell Parkway (405) 948-1151 M6 Dave and Busters OKC 5501 North May Ave. (405) 254-9900 I9 Deep Deuce Grill 323 N.E. 2nd St. (405) 235-9100 M8 Deep Fork Grill 5418 N. Western Ave. (405) 848-7678 M8 The Drum Room 4309 N Western Ave (405) 604-0990 J9 Fat Dog Kitchen & Bar 1234 N. Western Ave. (405) 609-3647 I9 FLINT 15 N. Robinson Ave. (405) 605-0657

The Garage Burgers & Beers J9 Midtown 1117 N. Robinson (405) 602-6880 C8 I-240 1024 W. I-240 Service Rd. (405) 601-4198 Q3 Rockwell 6900 NW 122nd St. 101 (405) 603-3080 H1 Council 209 Outlet Shoppes Dr. (405) 603-5905 P6 Britton 2900 W Britton Rd. (405) 254-5757 O9 Good Gravy 8014 N Western Ave. (405) 761-8886 O3 Green & Grilled 6220 NW Expressway, Suite B (405) 563-2605 I10 Hatch Early Mood Food 1101 N Broadway Ave. (405) 609-8936 I9 Healthnut Cafe 333 N.W. 5th St., Ste.100 (405) 239-2233 P6 Hefner Grill 9201 Lake Hefner Parkway (405) 748-6113 Hooters M6 NW 3025 N.W. Expressway (405) 848-9464 D7 SW 2109 SW 74th St. (405) 848-9464 P6 Hopscotch 10909 N May Ave. (405) 706-3013 coming in 2017 I9 Ice House 101 Ron Norick Blvd. (405) 232-6427 I9 IHOP Bricktown 401 E. California Ave. (405) 231-4467 Irma’s Burger Shack J9 Midtown 1120 Classen Dr. 405-235-4762 N9 Western 1035 NW 63rd St. (405) 840-4762 Johnnie’s Charcoal Broiler P6 Britton Rd 2652 W. Britton Rd. (405) 751-2565 O2 NW Expressway 6629 N.W. Expressway (405) 721-7974

D8 SW 421 SW 74th Street (405) 634-4681 S6 OKC 13900 N May Ave. (405) 748-5440 M6 Junior’s of Oklahoma City 2601 N.W. Expressway (405) 848-5597 J8 Kaiser’s Diner 1039 N. Walker Ave. (405) 232-7632 I9 Kitchen No. 324 324 N. Robinson Ave. (405) 763-5911 I10 Legacy Grill 224 Johnny Bench Drive. (405) 701-3535 Louie’s P6 Highland Park 1201 NW 178th (405) 348-2288 I4 Meridian 412 S. Meridian (405) 642-1141 J8 Midtown 1215 N. Walker Ave. (405) 230-1200 O2 NW Expressway 7216 N.W. Expressway (405) 720-1999 C8 Western 9191 South Western (405) 691-4400 P6 On The Lake 9401 Lake Hefner Parkway (405) 751-2298 J8 Ludivine 805 N. Hudson (405) 778-6800 The Manhattan OKC 210 Park Ave., Suite 150 coming in 2017 I10 The Mantel Wine Bar & Bistro 201 E. Sheridan Ave. (405) 236-8040 I9 Mary Eddy’s Kitchen x Lounge 900 W Main St, OKC (405) 982-6960 N9 The Metro Wine Bar & Bistro 6418 N. Western Ave. (405) 840-9463 O6 Michaels Grill 2824 W. Country Club Dr. (405) 810-9000 J8 The Mule 1630 N. Blackwelder Ave. (405) 601-1400 I10 Museum Cafe 415 Couch Dr. (405) 235-6262

I9 Nebu 333 W. Sheridan, Ground Floor (405) 228-8386

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers S7 Quail Springs 2501 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 302-4923 J8 23rd 2036 NW 23rd Street (405) 521-0131

J7 Nic’s Grill 1201 N. Pennsylvania Ave (405) 524-0999

D8 I-40 1613 W. I-240 Service Rd. (405) 680-9103

J10 Packard’s New American Kitchen 201 N.W. 10th St. (405) 605-3371

S7 Penn 14100 N. Pennsylvania Ave. (405) 753-9209

Panera Bread Bakery & Café M6 NW Expressway 3321 NW Expressway (405) 840-8222 H3 I-40 6410 SW 3rd Street (405) 789-3972 S4 Memorial 4225 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 302-0500 N9 Western 6800 N. Western Ave. (405) 843-2566 P2 Brixton Square 7101 NW Expressway (405) 722-0084 B8 S Penn 10600 S Pennsylvania Ave. (405) 378-8353 I9 Park Avenue Grill 1 Park Ave. (405) 702-8444 I9 Park’s Bar and Grill 322 NE 2nd St., Suite A (405) 839-8190 K8 Paseo Grill 2909 Paseo (405) 601-1079 L6 Patty Wagon Burgers 3600 N. May Ave. (405) 917-1711 K8 Picasso Cafe 3009 Paseo (405) 602-2002 POPS 660 W. Hwy. 66 (405) 928-POPS N8 Pops Nichols Hills 6447 Avondale Dr. (405) 446-8767 J8 The Pritchard Wine Bar 1749 NW 16th St. (405) 601-4067 J9 R&J Lounge & Supper Club 320 NW 10th St. (405) 602-5066

O2 NW Expressway 7234 NW Expressway (405) 720-1175 P6 Redrock Canyon Grill 9221 Lake Hefner Parkway (405) 749-1995 R7 Rock & Brews 2737 W Memorial Rd (405) 286-1464 Rococo Restaurant & Fine Wine

R6 Northpark 12252 N. May Ave. (405) 212-4577 K7 Penn 2824 N. Pennsylvania Ave. (405) 528-2824 S&B Burger Joints Centennial Plaza N6 5929 N. May Ave. (405) 843-8777 S6 Quail Springs 14020 N May Ave. (405) 418-8477 I9 OKC 20 NW 9th Street (405) 270-0516 B9 Walker 7745 S Walker Avenue (405) 631-0783 P2 NW Expressway 7640 NW Expressway (405) 603-8116 N8 Saturn Grill 6432 Avondale Dr. (405) 843-7114 G4 Shorty Small’s 2037 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 947-0779 J10 Sidecar Barley & Wine Bar 1100 N Broadway Ave. (405) 421-0203 I10 Sonic, America’s Drive-In 208 B Johnny Bench Dr. (405) 272-1670 I9 Sunnyside Diner 916 NW 6th St. (405) 778-8861

I9 Sweets & Eats 110 N. Robinson Ave. (405) 235-3010 I10 Texadelphia Social Grill 200 S. Oklahoma Ave. (405) 208-4000 I9 Noir Bistro & Bar at The Paramount 701 W. Sheridan Ave. (405) 208-4233


J7 Mutt’s Amazing Hot Dogs 1400 NW 23rd St. (405) 525-3647


H10 Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill 310 Johnny Bench Dr. (405) 231-0254 Tucker’s Onion Burgers J10 23rd Street 324 NW 23rd St. (405) 609-2333 M8 Classen Curve 5740 N. Classen Blvd., Ste 3 (405) 286-3331 S6 Quail Springs 15001 N May Ave. (405) 254-5555 I10 Urban Johnnie Bar & Grill 121 NE 2nd St. (405) 208-4477 I8 Vast 333 W. Sheridan Ave. (405) 702-7262 J9 Viceroy Grille 1200 N. Walker Ave. (405) 898-8120 J9 Waffle Champion 1212 N Walker (405) 525-9235

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L10 Bedlam BBQ 610 NE 50th St. (405) 528-7427

I9 Happy House Chinese 502 N. Hudson Ave. (405) 228-0888

Billy Sims Barbecue

K8 Lido Restaurant 2518 N. Military Ave. (405) 521-1902 L8 Musashi’s Japanese Steakhouse 4315 N. Western Ave. (405) 602-5623 S7 P.F. Chang’s China Bistro 13700 N. Pennsylvania Ave. (405) 748-4003 I9 Park Harvey Sushi Restaurant & Sports Lounge 200 N. Harvey Ave. (405) 600-7575 K8 Pho Cuong 3016 N. Classen Blvd. (405) 524-5045 K8 Pho Lien Hoa 901 NW 23rd St. (405) 521-8087 N7 Saii Asian Bistro 6900 N. May Ave. # 7B (405) 702-7244 C8 Sushi Hayashi 10600 S. Pennsylvania Ave. (405) 759-7788

Q6 North Park Mall 11956 N. May Ave. (405) 753-4511 H4 Meridian 1029 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 605-0058 O3 NW Expressway 6401 NW Expressway (405) 470-8488 J7 Uptown 2224 NW 23rd (405) 601-0272 I9 Blu’s BBQ & Burgers 612 N Robinson Ave. (405) 602-2587 Earl’s Rib Palace H10 Bricktown 216 Johnny Bench Dr. (405) 272-9898 H5 Reno 4414 W. Reno (405) 949-1220 R4 Western Ave 6816 N. Western Ave. (405) 843-9922 S4 Memorial 5508 W Memorial Rd. (405) 603-1199 L9 Iron Star Urban BBQ 3700 N. Shartel Ave. (405) 524-5925 L10 Leo’s Barbeque 3631 N. Kelley Ave. (405) 424-5367

L9 Sushi Neko 4318 N. Western Ave. (405) 528-8862

L5 Jack’s Bar-B-Q 4418 NW 39th St. (405) 605-7790

R9 Szechuan Bistro 1010 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 752-8889 onlineordersze/ szechuanbistro/

Swadley’s BBQ

J9 Tamashii Ramen 321 NW 8th St. Ste. B (405) 517-0707 L8 Tokyo Japanese Restaurant 7516 N. Western Ave. (405)848-6733 R8 Yokozuna 13230 Pawnee Drive (405) 500-1020 location/oklahoma-city/ 76

I9 Yuzo Sushi Tapas 808 N Broadway Ave. (405) 702-9808

S7 Quail Springs 2233 W Memorial Rd. (405) 413-7333x24 C8 S Oklahoma City 8317 S Western Ave. (405) 413-7333x23 O2 Swadley’s BBQ 7156 NW 80th St. (405) 413-7333 BRAZILIAN M4 Cafe do Brasil 440 N.W. 11th St. (405) 525-9779


M8 Texas De Brazil 1901 NW Expressway (405) 362-9200 locations/oklahoma/okc CAJUN M4 Cajun King 5816 NW 63rd St. (405) 603-3714 I10 Jazmo’z Bourbon Street Café 100 E. California Ave. (405) 232-6666 COFFEE HOUSE All About Cha Coffee & Tea House S6 OKC 13925 N. May Ave. (405) 608-8840 I10 Bricktown 100 E Main St. (405) 602-2996 N9 Nichols Hills 7300 N Western Ave. (405) 840-7725 I9 Bloom (Underground) 20 N Broadway Ave (405) 343-2673 Cafe Evoke Catering Mobile Coffee Company 1708 N.W. 16th St. (405) 606-2200 I9 Caffeina’s Marketplace 10 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 228-8071 I9 Crave 211 N.Robinson Ave. (405) 606-6691 I9 Clarity Coffee 431 W Main Street (405) 252-0155 I9 Coffee Slingers Roasters 1015 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 609-1662 J8 District House 1755 NW 16th St (405) 633-1775 I9 Elemental Coffee Roasters 815 N Hudson Ave (405) 604-9766

J9 Hank’s Coffee 1227 N Walker Ave. (405) 778-6294 M4 Higher Grounds Coffee Shoppe 5814 NW 63rd St. (405) 603-6999 I9 Java Dave’s 2 NE 9th Street (405) 236-0272

Leaf + Bean I10 Deep Deuce 321 N Oklahoma Ave. K7 N May 2901 NW 36th Street I9 Okay Yeah Co. 705 W. Sheridan Ave. (405) 652-1322 I9 The Buzz – Coffee and Café (Underground) 120 N. Robinson Ave. (405) 232-1109 L8 Vintage Coffee 1101 NW 49th Street (405) 752-0038 DELICATESSEN N8 The Brown Bag Deli 7600 N. Western Ave. (405) 842-1444 I9 Caeli’s Sweets, Eats & Bar 726 W Sheridan Ave. (405) 600-7885 N8 Cafe 501 5825 NW Grand Blvd (405) 844-1501 Cafe 7 I9 Downtown 100 W. Main St. #105 (405) 748-3354 S6 North OKC 14101 N May Ave. Suite 117 (405) 748-3354 x2 S7 Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop 14600 N Pennsylvania Ave (405) 328-2277 I9 City Bites - Leadership Square 211 N. Robinson Ave. (405) 232-3322 City Bites J8 Classen 2220 N. Classen Blvd. (405) 604-2626 N6 May 6001 N May Ave. (405) 842-3355 C8 Walker 7701 S Walker Ave. (405) 632-6655 H2 Outlet Shoppes 7642 W Reno, Ste. 496 (405) 443-3655 N8 Western 7020 N Western Ave. (405) 848-3222 Q7 Northpark Mall 2804 NW 122nd St. (405) 752-1771 S3 MacArthur 13425 N MacArthur Blvd. (405) 603-5151

Coolgreens I9 Downtown 204 N. Robinson Ave. (405) 600-6444 N8 Nichols Hills Plaza 6475 Avondale Drive (405) 841-2665 S6 Quail Village 14201 N. May Ave., Suite 209 (405) 286-9304 N8 En Croûte 6460 Avondale Drive (405) 607-6100 I9 Ground Floor Cafe & Bakery 211 N. Robinson Ave., Suite 160 (405) 232-2233 I9 Hobby’s Hoagies 325 N. Walker Ave. (405) 605-3131 N5 Jason’s Deli 4236 N.W. Expressway (405) 810-1800 I10 Kamps 1910 Café 10 N.E. 10th St. (405) 230-1910 N7 La Baguette Bistro 7408 N. May Ave. (405) 840-3047

I10 Deep Deuce 30 NE 2nd Ave. (405) 541-5858 N9 Big Sky Bread Company 6606 N. Western Ave. (405) 879-0330 J9 Brown’s Bakery 1100 N. Walker Ave. (405) 232-0363 K9 Cuppies & Joe 727 N.W 23rd St. (405) 528-2122 M8 Green Goodies 5840 N. Classen Blvd. (405) 842-2288 J9 Insomnia Cookies 1131 N Walker Ave. (877) 632-6654 H10 Marble Slab Creamery 216 Johnny Bench Drive, Suite A (405) 272-9112 J9 Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt - 23rd 600 NW 23rd Street (405) 602-2668 Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt

I10 Native Roots Market 131 NE 2nd St. (405) 310-6300

N7 NW 7550 N. May Ave., Suite 100 (405) 242-2796

I10 Pelotón Café 900 N Broadway Ave. (405) 605-0513

S3 Memorial 5900 W Memorial Rd. Ste D (405) 470-5807

I9 Petro Deli 100 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 232-1184 I10 Pierre Pierre Creperie 7 NW 9th J9 Prairie Thunder Baking Company 1114 Classen Drive (405) 602-2922 I10 Slaughter’s Hall 221 N Central Ave. (405) 606-6063 K8 The Red Cup 3122 N. Classen Blvd. (405) 525-3430 L9 The Sandwich Club 3703 N Western Ave (405) 525-0799 DESSERT Belle Kitchen N6 Nichols Hills 7509 N. May Ave. (405) 430-5484

J8 Pie Junkie 711 NW 16th St. (405) 605-8767 I10 Pinkitzel 150 N. E.K. Gaylord Ave. (405) 235-7465 J8 Roxy’s Ice Cream Social 1732 NW 16th St. (405) 521-1300 I10 Sara Sara Cupcakes 7 N.W. 9th St. (405) 600-9494 FONDUE I10 The Melting Pot 4 E. Sheridan Ave. (405) 235-1000 GERMAN J10 Fassler Hall 421 NW 10 St. (405) 609-3300

L7 3701 North Youngs Blvd (405) 946-8444 N6 May 6501 N May Ave (405) 842-4799 INDIAN Q7 Ajanta Cuisine of India 12215 N Penn. Ave. (405) 752-5283 Gopuram Taste of India K4 23rd 4559 NW 23rd Street (405) 948-7373 S4 Memorial 4401 W Memorial Rd. Ste. 111 (405) 286-2865 L6 Istanbul Turkish Cuisine 3604 N. May Ave. (405) 943-4000 L6 Sheesh Mahal 4621 N May Ave. (405) 778-8469 K9 Taj Cuisine of India 1500 NW 23rd St. (405) 601-1888 ITALIAN S8 Bravo Cucina Italiana 13810 N. Pennsylvania Ave. (405) 751-7400 M8 Bellini’s Underground 6305 Waterford Blvd., Suite 100 (405) 848-1065 Fazoli’s O3 NW Expressway 6821 NW Expressway (405) 720-1343 R8 Memorial Rd 13600 N. Pennsylvania Ave (405) 755-0405 S8 Flip’s Wine Bar & Trattoria 5801 N. Western Ave. (405) 843-1527 M11 Gabriella’s Italian Grill & Pizzeria 1226 NE 63rd St. (405) 478-4955 C9 Johnny Carino’s Italian Grill - South 7900 S. Walker Ave. (405) 632-4600 S6 Johnny Carino’s Italian Grill- Memorial 2905 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 752-0087 Olive Garden S7 Quail Springs 2639 W Memorial Rd. (405) 749-8188

L8 Penn Square 1844 NW Expressway (405) 843-2461 H3 SW OKC 6330 SW 3rd St. (405) 440-0345 D7 South OKC 2321 W I 240 Service Rd. (405) 685-0781 Q7 Papa Dio’s Italian Restaurant 10712 N. May Ave. (405) 755-2255

M6 Couscous Café 6165 N May Ave. (405) 286-1533 P2 Let’s Do Greek 7202 W Hefner Rd (405) 603-4444 M7 Mediterranean Imports & Deli 5620 N. May Ave. (405) 810-9494

I9 Patrono Italian Restaurant 305 N. Walker (405) 702-7660

S6 Nunu’s Mediterranean Café & Market 3131 W Memorial Rd. Ste. B (405) 751-7000

H4 PortoFino’s Italian Restaurant 4700 W. Reno Ave. (405) 601-8869

M7 Zorbas Mediterranean Cuisine 6014 N. May Ave. (405) 947-7788

J9 Stella Modern Italian Cuisine 1201 N. Walker Ave. (405) 235-2200

R7 Yummy Mummy 13415 N. Penn Ave. (405) 752-6055

A6 Victoria’s The Pasta Shop 3000 SW 104th St. (405) 759-3580 N6 Vito’s Ristorante 7521 N. May Ave. (405) 848-4867 Zio’s Italian Kitchen I10 Bricktown 12 E. California Ave. (405) 278-8888 G4 Meridian Ave 2035 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 680-9999 LATIN 1492: New World Latin Cuisine

PERUVIAN K8 La Brasa Peruvian Kitchen 1310 NW 25th St. (405) 524-2251 MEXICAN Abuelo’s Mexican Food Embassy I10 Bricktown 17 E. Sheridan Ave. (405) 235-1422 S6 North 3001 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 755-2680 I9 Barrio’s Fine Mexican Dishes 1000 N Hudson Ave. (405) 652-1182

J9 Midtown 1207 N. Walker Ave. (405) 236-1492

J9 Big Truck Tacos 530 N.W. 23rd St. (405) 525-8226

O7 Casady Square 9213 N. Penn. Place (405) 463-3328

Casa Perico Mexican Grille

K8 Cafe Antigua 1903 N. Classen Blvd (405) 602-8984 K9 Cafe Kacao 3325 North Classen Blvd. (405) 602-2883 J8 Chiltepe’s Latin Cuisine & Bar 1800 NW 16th St. (405) 601-0384 I9 Neil’s Latin Cafe 726 W. Sheridan Ave. (405) 602-3030 K9 Basil Mediterranean Cafe 211 NW 23rd (405) 602-3030 basilmediterranean


Ingrid’s Kitchen

Q7 North 12219 N. Pennsylvania (405) 755-1506 N4 Northwest 4521 NW 63rd St. (405) 721-3650 Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant I10 Bricktown 15 E. California Ave. (405) 235-3533 J4 OKC 1605 N Meridian (405) 947-5611 O4 NW Expressway 6509 NW Expressway (405) 728-2770




C9 Western 8966 S. Western Ave. (405) 631-3797

C9 South OKC 8324 S. Western Ave. (405) 848-8337

M7 May 5900 N May Ave. (405) 842-4773

H2 West OKC 300 Outlet Shoppes Dr (405) 607-8337

L9 SW OKC 427 SW Grand Blvd. (405) 636-1110 F9 S OKC 4221 S. Robinson (405) 636-1548 Q7 NW OKC 10904 N. May Ave. (405) 286-3112 I10 Cultivar Mexican KItchen 714 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 610-2676 Fuzzy’s Taco Shop H10 Bricktown 208 Johnny Bench Dr. (405) 602-3899 R8 Chisholm Creek 13230 Pawnee Dr. (405) 286-5633 Q6 Hacienda Tacos 12086 N May Ave. (405) 254-3140 I10 Iguana Mexican Grill 9 N.W. 9th St. (405) 606-7172 O6 Mama Roja Mexican Kitchen 9219 Lake Hefner Pkwy (405) 302-6262 M8 Mamasita’s Restaurant 1121 NW 63rd (405) 848-0541 G4 Medio Tiempo Sports Cantina & Grill 2035 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 605-6250 On The Border I5 I-40 & Meridian 120 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 942-1100 M6 NW Expressway 3500 N.W. Expressway (405) 948-0500 C9 South 544 Interstate 240 (405) 708-4787 R6 Poblano Grill 13593 N. May Ave. (405) 755-8111 I9 Revolución Taqueria & Cantina 916 NW 6th Street (405) 606-6184 Ted’s Café Escondido N7 North OKC 2836 N.W. 68th St. (405) 848-8337


H10 Yucatan Taco Stand Tequila Bar & Grill 100 E California Ave. #100 (405) 604-5384 bricktown H5 Zapata’s Mexican Grill 1012 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 917-9227

K8 Sauced on Paseo 2912 Paseo Dr. (405) 521-9800

I10 JJ’s Alley Bricktown Pub 212 E. Sheridan Ave. (405) 605-4543

K9 The Drake 519 NW 23rd St #111 (405) 605-3399

I10 The Wedge Pizzeria 230 N.E. 1st St. (405) 270-0660

I10 Peloton Wine Bar & Cafe 900 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 605-0513

The Shack Seafood & Oyster Bar

L8 The Wedge Pizzeria Western Ave 4709 N. Western Ave. (405) 602-3477 M8 Upper Crust Classen Curve 5860 N Classen Blvd (405) 842-7743



All American Pizza

M8 The Barrel 4308 N Western Ave (405) 525-6682

H2 Outlet Shoppes 7624 W. Reno Ave. (405) 443-3611 O2 NW Expressway 7101 NW Expressway (405) 721-2900

L8 Belle Isle Restaurant and Brewery Company 1900 N.W. Expressway (405) 840-1911

Q3 NW OKC 12101 N MacArthur Blvd. (405) 603-7676

BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse

J8 Empire Slice House 1734 NW 16th St (405) 557-1760 I9 The Hall’s Pizza Kitchen 1004 N Hudson Suite 106 Coming Spring 2017 I9 Hideaway Pizza Automobile Alley 901 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 796-7777 Hideaway Pizza R3 North OKC 5950 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 470-4777 N4 N.W. Expressway 5501 N.W. Expressway (405) 603-7177 N9 Nichols Hills 6616 N. Western Ave. (405) 840-4777 I9 Joey’s Pizzeria 700 W Sheridan Ave (405) 525-8503 H10 Knucks Wheelhouse 103 E. California Ave (405) 605-4422 J9 Pizza 23 600 NW 23rd St. (405) 601-6161 K9 Pizzeria Gusto 2415 N. Walker Ave. (405) 437-4992 R4 Revolve Pizza Kitchen 5500 W Memorial Rd. (405) 792-2858


R7 Memorial 2425 W Memorial Rd. (405) 748-6770 H2 Outlet Shoppes 325 Outlet Shoppes Drive (405) 787-9900 I10 Bricktown Brewery Oklahoma City 1 N. Oklahoma Ave. (405) 232-2739 J9 Guyutes 730 NW 23rd St (405) 702-6960 Henry Hudson’s Pub P3 Hefner 6920 W Hefner Rd. (405) 720-2177 C9 I-40 400 W I-240 Service Rd. (405) 631-0212 S8 Memorial 1131 W Memorial (405) 752-1444 M6 NW 58th 3509 NW 58th (405) 946-5771 H5 Reno 3938 W. Reno Ave. (405) 943-9080 N9 Western 6728 N Olie Ave. (405) 606-1011

J10 Prairie Artisan Ales Taproom 3 NE 8th St. Coming Soon Pub W R6 Memorial 3121 West Memorial Rd (405) 608-2200 A7 South OKC 10740 S May Ave. (405) 286-6970 RePUBlic Gastropub M8 Classen Curve 5830 N. Classen Blvd. (405) 286-4577 R8 Chisholm Creek 13230 Pawnee Dr., Suite 115 (405) 607-5900 J8 Saints Pub 1715 NW 16th (405) 602-6308 I10 Slaughter’s Hall 221 N. Central Ave. (405) 606-6063 I9 Stone Cloud Brewery 1012 NW 1st St Coming Spring 2017 I10 Tapwerks Ale House and Cafe 121 E. Sheridan Ave. (405) 319-9599 J9 Twisted Spike Brewery and Tap Room 1 NW 10th St. (405) 301-3467 SEAFOOD Joe’s Crab Shack N3 NW Expressway 5940 NW Expressway (405) 728-9906 C8 SW OKC 1508 SW 74th St. (405) 681-1200 O9 Off The Hook Seafood 125 W Britton Rd. (405) 840-3474 I10 Pearl’s Crabtown

I10 Henry Hudsons Public House 27 E Sheridan Ave (405) 605-4995

303 E. Sheridan (405) 232-7227 crabtown

J9 James E. McNellie’s Public House 1100 Classen Dr. (405) 601-7468

M8 Pearl’s Oyster Bar 5641 N. Classen Blvd. (405) 848-8008 pearls-oyster-bar

M8 Quail Springs 13801 Quail Point Dr. (405) 286-5959 M9 Nichols Hills 303 NW 62nd St. (405) 608-4333 H5 Trapper’s Fishcamp and Grill 4300 West Reno (405) 943-9111 trappers-fishcamp-grill SOULFOOD L11 MaMa E’s Wings & Waffles 3838 Springlake Dr. (405) 424-0800 K13 Bistro 46 Restaurant & Grille 2501 NE 23rd St. (405) 595-3904 STEAKHOUSE I10 Broadway 10 Bar & Chophouse 1101 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 212-3949 H7 Cattlemen’s Steakhouse 1309 S. Agnew Ave. (405) 236-0416 I4 Cimarron Steakhouse 201 N. Meridian (405) 948-7778 N8 The Hutch on Avondale 6437 Avondale Dr. (405) 842-1000 L10 Jamil’s Steakhouse 4910 N. Lincoln Blvd. (405) 525-8352 S7 Longhorn Steakhouse 2521 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 936-0742 Mahogany Prime Steakhouse I9 Downtown 145 W. Sheridan Ave. (405) 208-8800 S6 Memorial 3241 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 748-5959 I10 Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse #7 Mickey Mantle Dr. (405) 272-0777 mickeymantlesteakhouse. com R9 Opus Prime Steakhouse 800 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 607-6787

Outback Steakhouse D7 South OKC 2219 SW 74th St. (405) 686-0918 N5 NW Expressway 4144 NW Expressway (405) 840-5030 O6 Ranch Steakhouse 3000 W. Britton Rd. (405) 755-3501 I10 RED Prime Steakhouse 504 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 232-2626 D8 Saltgrass Steakhouse 1445 W. I-240 Service Rd. (405) 680-0010 Texas Roadhouse R7 Memorial 2100 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 755-7427 H3 SW OKC 6200 SW 3rd Street (405) 789-7427 D11I-240 1109 E. I-240 Service Rd. (405) 631-8392 THAI B8 Panang Thai Restaurant 9022 S Penn. Ave. (405) 691-9989 S6 Panang2 Thai Restaurant 14101 N May Ave. Suite 109 (405) 752-8400 J8 Sala Thai 1614 NW 23rd St. (405) 528-8424 P7 Tana Thai Bistro 10700 N. May Ave. (405) 242-2075 J9 Thai House Restaurant 500 NW 23rd St. (405) 524-0503 I9 Thai Kitchen 327 Dean A McGee Ave. (405) 236-0229 NIGHTLIFE M8 51st Street Speakeasy 1114 NW 51st St (405) 463-0470 R7 Baker St. Pub & Grill 2701 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 751-1547 oklahoma-city K8 Blue Door 2805 N McKinley Ave (405) 524-0738 K9 Blue Note Lounge 2408 N. Robinson Ave. (405) 600-1166

K7 The Boom 2218 Nw 39th St. (405) 601-7200 K9 Bunker Club 433 NW 23rd St. coming March 2017 I10 Circus Party Bar 319 E Sheridan Ave (405) 602-1771 I10 Club One15 115 E. Sheridan Ave. (405) 605-5782 K8 Cock O’ the Walk 3705 N. Western Ave. (405) 524-0304 I10 Cosmopolitan 7 S Mickey Mantle Dr. (405) 225-1956 I10 Coyote Ugly 121 E. California Ave. (405) 602-8459 oklahoma I10 Dollhouse Lounge & Burlesque 210 E. Sheridan Ave. (405) 455-3655 M8 Drunken Fry 5100 Classen Circle (405) 286-1939 M8 Edna’s 5137 N. Classen (405) 840-3339 I9 Flashback RetroPub 814 W. Sheridan Ave. (405) 633-3604 M6 Groovy’s 5705 Mosteller Dr. (405) 842-9248 M8 Hi-Lo Club 1221 NW 50th St. (405) 843-1722 I10 JJ’s Alley Club 212 E. Sheridan Ave. (405) 605-4543 I9 Kong’s Tavern 1016 N. Walker Ave. (405) 602-2074 Coming March 2017 I10 Lucha Loco 323 E Sheridan Ave. (405) 626-2855 I10 Malarkey’s Dueling Piano 323 E Sheridan Ave. (405) 626-2855 I10 Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos 25 S. Oklahoma Ave. (405) 231-5397

I10 Mojo’s Blues Club 1 E. California Ave. (405) 232-2639 J9 O Bar 1200 North walker Ave. (405) 600-6200 J8 Oak and Ore 1732 NW 16th St (405) 606-2030 K9 The Other Room 3009 Paseo (405) 602-2002 about-other-room Pink Parrot I10 Bricktown 209 E. Sheridan (405) 602-1771 Q6 Pink Parrot Quail Creek 11109 N. May Ave. (405) 286-1363 H8 Power House 1228 SW 2nd St. (405) 702-0699 I10 Pretty Please Social Room 104 Flaming Lips Alley (405) 673-3550 K9 The Pump Bar 2425 N Walker Ave. (405) 702-8898 K9 Red Rooster Bar & Grill 3100 N. Walker Ave (405) 525-7631 K9 Rockford Cocktail Den 317 NW 23rd (405) 601-4248 I10 Room 222 222 E Sheridan Ave (405) 605-5223 I10 Sidecar Barley & Wine Bar 1100 N Broadway Ave. (405) 421-0203 I10 Skinny Slim’s OKC 201 E. Main St. (405) 228-4000

I10 Wormy Dog Saloon 311 E. Sheridan Ave. (405) 601-6276


J9 Bossa Nova Caipirinha Lounge 440 NW 11th St. (405) 525-9779 bossa-nova

I10 WSKY Lounge 228 N.E. 2nd St. (405) 606-7171 SHOPPING ANTIQUES K6 23rd Street Antique Mall 3023 NW 23rd St. (405) 947-3800 I8 7’s Oddities & Antiques 1245 NW 4th St. (405)532-6833 I7 Another Time Antique Mall 2830 NW 10th St. (405) 948-8200 M8 Antique Avenue 5219 N Western Ave. (405) 842-1010 J6 Antique Co-Op 1227 N. May Ave. (405) 942-1214 I8 Architectural Antiques & Dead Peoples Stuff 1900 Linwood Blvd. (405) 232-0759 J8 Bad Granny’s Bazaar 1759 NW 16th St. (405) 528-4585 L8 Mockingbird Manor 4417 N. Western Ave. (405) 521-1212 mockingbirdmanorantiques. com H8 OKC Public Farmers Market 311 S. Klein Ave. (405) 232-6506 J8 retrOKC 1708 NW 16th St. (405) 922-9981

From America’s birth to modern Bluegrass... experience America’s instrument...the Banjo... at the American Banjo Museum

K3 Rink Gallery 3200 N. Rockwell Ave. (405) 787-7465

I10 Stoney LaRue Music House 119 E. California Ave. (405) 235-7625

COWBOY CULTURE H7 4W Western Boutique 2312 Exchange Ave. (405) 208-4400

L9 VZD’s Restaurant & Bar 4200 N. Western Ave. (405) 602-3006

K9 Bone Dust Cowgirl Gallery and Boutique 514 NW 28th St. (405) 248-6811

I10 Waters Edge Winery 712 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 232-9463

H5 Boot Barn 812 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 947-6831

I10 Whiskey Chicks 115 E. Reno Ave (405) 228-0087

H7 Cross Bar Gallery 1400 South Agnew (405) 943-5600

9 East Sheridan Avenue Bricktown - OKC 405-604-2793 Tues-Sat 11am-6pm | Sun Noon-5pm




Langston’s Western Wear H7 Stockyard City 2224 Exchange Ave. (405) 235-9536 D10 I-240 7301 S. Shields Blvd. (405) 634-2483 H7 Little Joe’s Boots 2219 Exchange Ave. (405) 236-2650 H7 National Saddlery 1400 South Agnew (405) 239-2104 I10 Rawhide Ranch Co. 1007 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 236-4600 H7 Shorty’s Hattery 1007 S. Agnew Ave. (800) 853-4287 H7 Stockyards Sarsaparilla 1307 S. Agnew Ave. (405) 601-4438 GIFTS & SPECIALITIES L9 42nd Street Candy 4200 N. Western Ave. (405) 521-8337 M8 Anthropologie 6100 NW Grand Blvd. (405) 842-8673 M8 Balliet’s 5801 NW Grand Blvd. (405) 848-7811 I10 Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World 200 Bass Pro Dr. (405) 218-5200 J9 Beauty Lounge 1116 N Walker Ave (844) 322-6623 I10 Bella Vici 1 NE 2nd St. Suite 103 (405) 702-9735 K8 Betsy King A Shoe Boutique 3001 Paseo Dr. (405) 601-7776 J8 Bison Shop 1745 F4 NW 16th St. (405) 673-6748 I10 Black Scintilla 1112 North Walker Ave. Suite 104 (405) 824-7599 N7 Blue Seven 7518 N. May Ave. (405) 604-5199 I10 Bow & Arrow Boutique 617 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 601-0605


I10 Bricktown Candy Company 100 E. California Ave. (405) 600-9009

J9 The Laboratory 1145 N Walker (405) 602-5465

M8 Red Coyote Running and Fitness 5720 N. Classen Blvd. (405) 840-0033

K8 Ladies & Gentlemen Fine Millinery Shop 30016 Paseo (405) 601-7776

I10 Sara Kate Studios 1100 N. Broadway #102 (405) 625-7744

N9 Learning Tree 7638 N Western Ave (405) 848-1415

J9 Savory Spice Shop 4400 N. Western Ave. (405) 525-9119

M8 Liberte’ 5810 N. Classen Blvd. (405) 608-2727

I10 Schlegel Bicycles 900 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 232-4040

J8 Collected Thread 1705A NW 16th St. (405) 557-1141

M8 lululemon Athletica 5810 N Classen Blvd #3 (405) 842-8346 oklahoma-city/classencurve

I10 Shop Good 3 NW 9th St. (405) 702-0517

J9 Commonplace Books 1325 N Walker Coming March 2017

N8 Luxe Objects 6464 Avondale Dr. (405) 608-0333

I10 Slim Men’s Modern Fashion 1 NW 2nd St. #210 (405) 225-7672

J9 Culinary Kitchens 7222 North Western Ave. (405) 418-4884 contact-us

J9 Mode 1227 N. Walker Ave. (405) 601-3895

K8 Super Cao Nguyen 2668 N. Military Ave. (405) 525-7650

J9 Nhu Avenue Boutique 1111 N. Walker Ave. (405) 778-8387

J9 Take Out Treasures 4327 N. Western Ave. (405) 408-6386

J9 Brushed Salon & Makeup Studio 1212 N. Walker #101 (405) 761-2485 J9 Chirps & Cheers 1112 North Walker Ave. (405) 509-6336 N8 CK & Company 6429 Avondale Drive (405) 843-7636

J9 Designer Rugs & Import Group 7118 N. Western Ave. (405) 842-9000

I9 The Okay See 7 N Lee Ave. (405) 440-3090

S7 The Wardrobe Modern Menswear 2229 NW 138th St. J (405) 286-3637

J8 DNA Galleries 1709 NW 16th St. (405) 525-3499

I10 Oklahoma’s Red Dirt Emporium 101 E. California Ave. (405) 415-6779

J9 The Wood Garden 7650 N. Western Ave. (405) 848-9663

I10 The Factory 1100 N Broadway Ave (405) 702-4343

J8 On A Whim 5850 N. Classen Blvd. (405) 848-3488

J9 Trade Men’s Wares 1112 N. Walker Ave. Suite 102 (405) 371-9026

J9 Floral and Hardy 1324 N Robinson Ave. (405) 319-9600

J9 Opolis Clothing 1111 N. Hudson (405) 673-7892

J8 Tree & Leaf Clothing 1705 B NW 16th St. (405) 557-1900

J9 Fit Circle 1223 N Walker Ave (405) 702-1350

J8 Out On a Limb Boutique 1710 Nw 16th St. (405) 524-7984

M8 Uptown Kids 5840 N. Classen Blvd. (405) 418-8881

J8 Dig It! Boutique 1739 NW 16th St.

M8 Full Circle Bookstore 1900 NW Expressway (405) 842-2900 N8 Gils Clothing & Denim Bar 7644 N. Western Ave. (405) 848-0334 K8 Guestroom Records 3701 N. Western Ave. (405) 601-3859 I10 Jumpin Jackalope Jerky, Nuts & Goods 208 Johnny Bench Dr. (405) 673-7737 N8 Kendra Scott 5810 Classen Blvd #2 (405) 241-4203


I10 Painted Door Bricktown 124 E. Sheridan (405) 235-4410 I10 Perch’d 14 NW 9th St. (405) 494-0419 I10 Plenty Mercantile 807 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 888-7470 I10 Put A Cork In It Winery 115 East California (405) 605-6656 N8 R Meyers 6471 Avondale Drive (405) 842-1478

I10 Urbane Home & Lifestyle 1015 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 602-2555 K8 Weldon Jack 3621 N Western Ave (405) 241-5660 M8 West Elm 6150 NW Grand Blvd (405) 879-3314 JEWELRY BC Clark Jewelers I9 Downtown 101 Park Ave. (405) 232-8806 Q7 Northpark 12042 N. May Ave (405) 755-4040

M8 Penn Square Mall 1901 NW Expressway (405) 840-1441 M8 Diamonds Direct 5521 N. Pennsylvania Ave. (405) 608-8802 oklahoma-city Gordon’s Jewelers M8 Penn Square 1901 NW Expressway #1079 (405) 848-2671 S7 Quail Springs 2501 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 751-9313 A8 Hunington Fine Jewelers 10633 South Western ave. (405) 692-4300 L4 Indian Art Oklahoma 4716 N MacArthur Blvd (405) 495-1800 N7 Mitchener-Farrand Fine Jewelry 2844 W. Wilshire Blvd. (405) 842-4243 M8 Pandora 1901 NW Expressway #1889 (405) 842-8584 MALL/ SHOPPING CENTER M8 50 Penn Place 1900 N.W. Expressway (405) 848-7588 O7 Casady Square Shopping Center N. Pennsylvania Ave. at Britton Rd. (405) 843-7474 M8 Nichols Hills Plaza 6421 Avondale Dr. (405) 902-2505 M8 Penn Square Mall 1901 N.W. Expressway (405) 841-2696 D11 Plaza Mayor 7000 S. Crossroads Blvd. (405) 631-4421 S7 Quail Springs Mall 2501 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 755-6530 Q7 Shoppes at Northpark 12100 N. May Ave. (405) 751-1453 H2 The Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City 7624 W. Reno Ave. (405) 787-3700 wwwtheoutletshoppesat

SPORTS H9 Chesapeake Energy Arena 100 W. Reno Ave. (405) 602-8700 I10 Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark 2 S. Mickey Mantle Dr. (405) 218-1000 I9 Cox Convention Center One Myriad Gardens (405) 602-8500 K7 OKC Energy FC Soccer NW 27th St. (405) 235-5425 I9 Oklahoma City Blue Cox Convention Center (405) 208-4667 I10 Oklahoma City Dodgers Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark (405) 218-1000 H8 Oklahoma City Roller Derby Games Played the Historic OKC Farmers Market H9 Oklahoma City Thunder NBA Basketball Chesapeake Energy Arena (405) 208-4800 RECREATION J9 Dust Bowl Lanes & Lounge 421 NW 10th St. (918) 430-3901 Q7 Heritage Bowling Lanes 11917 N. Pennsylvania Ave. (405) 755-7575 F10 Holiday Lanes Bowling Center 44 SE 44th St. (405) 634-2451 G5 Meridian Bowling Lanes 2900 S. Meridian Ave. (405) 685-7701 F7 Penn 44 Lanes 2241 S.W. 44th St. (405) 685-7731 J4 Windsor Lanes (AMF) 4600 N.W. 23rd St. (405) 942-5545 GOLFPUBLIC B10 Brookside Golf Course (9 holes) 9016 S. Shields Blvd. (405) 632-9666 aspx?course=906045

G10 Mat Hoffman Action Sports Park 1700 S. Robinson Ave. (405) 297-2211

I12 James E. Stewart Golf Course (9 holes) 824 Fredrick Douglas Ave. (405) 424-4353

H10 Oklahoma River 725 S. Lincoln

N4 Lake Hefner Golf Club (36 holes) 4491 S Lake Hefner Dr. (405) 843-1565 L12 Lincoln Park Golf Course (36 holes) 4001 NE Grand Blvd. (405) 424-1421 Q10 Silverhorn Golf Club (18 holes) 11411 N. Kelley Ave. (405) 752-1181 G12 Trosper Golf Club (18 holes) 2301 SE 29th St. (405) 677-8874 ICE SKATING

K1 Route 66 Park 9901 N.W. 23rd St. (405) 297-2756 A5 South Lake Park 4210 S.W. 19th St. (405) 297-2756 index.html K6 Will Rogers Park and Horticultural Gardens 3400 N.W. 36th St. (405) 297-1392 TENNIS A7 Earlywine Tennis Center 3101 SW 119th St. (405) 691-5430 K6 Oklahoma City Tennis Center at Will Rogers Park

S10 Arctic Edge Ice Arena 14613 N. Kelly Ave. (405) 748-5454

3400 N. Portland Ave. (405) 946-2739

C11 Blazers Ice Centre 8000 S. I-35 Service Rd. (405) 631-3307

K1 Flat Tide 3901 E Overholser Dr. (405) 496-5703


J13 Lost Lakes Amphitheater and Water Park 3501 NE 10th St. (405) 702-4040

Lake Hefner NW Oklahoma City (405) 297-2756 Lake Overholser Council Rd. and Morgan Rd. (405) 297-2756 Lake Stanley Draper Between Midwest Blvd. and Post Rd. (405) 297-2756 PARKS M4 Dolese Youth Park 5105 NW 50th (405) 297-2756 L8 Douglass Park 900 Carverdale Dr. (405) 424-4212 A6 Earlywine Park 3033 S.W. 119th St. (405) 692-6050 Q7 Macklanburg Park 2234 N.W. 117th St. (405) 751-4977 R4 Martin Park Nature Center 5000 W. Memorial Rd. (405) 297-1429


A6 Earlywine Golf Club (36 holes) 11600 S. Portland Ave. (405) 691-1727


Come see freight cars, passenger cars, and even a real steam engine on display! Open 9-5 Thu. – Sat. Train Rides 1st & 3rd Saturday, April- August Special events: Day Out with Thomas Festival - Halloween Train - Christmas Train Birthday Parties - Gift Shop

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H10 RIVERSPORT Rapids & Adventures 800 Riversport Dr. (405) 552-4040 K1 Route 66 Boathouse 3115 E. Overholser Dr. (405) 787-0900 welcome/route-66boathouse J13 Wake Zone Cable Wakeboard Park 3501 NE 10th St. (405) 702-4040 SPA P9 Renaissance Salon & Spa 10440 North Broadway Ext. (405) 751-8888

Telling Oklahoma’s story through its people with interactive exhibits. Meet Oklahomans who have impacted the state, country & world!

I9 Renaissance Spa at 10 North 10 N. Broadway Ave. (405) 605-1772 I10 Udander 131 Dean A McGee Ave. # 105 (405) 605-0313




GETTING HERE AND GETTING AROUND Getting to Oklahoma City Travel By Car Oklahoma City is located at the crossroads of Interstates 35, 40 and 44. With more than 2,400 miles of four-lane roads, getting to and around Oklahoma City is a breeze.


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Nonstop Destinations

Will Rogers World Airport offers nonstop air service to 22 airports in 19 cities in the U.S., including West and East coast cities. Visit to learn more.

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Travel By Air

*Seasonal March – September

Travel by Train Amtrak service via Oklahoma’s Heartland Flyer runs a 418mile round trip between Oklahoma City and Fort Worth, Texas, daily, with stops along the way in Norman, Purcell, Pauls Valley, Ardmore and Gainesville, Texas. The train arrives in Oklahoma City at the historic Santa Fe Depot, which is in the heart of downtown on the western edge of the Bricktown Entertainment District. Visit to learn more.

Getting Around Oklahoma City Taxi Service Taxis are available at downtown hotels and the Transportation Plaza at Will Rogers World Airport. The plaza can be accessed from baggage claim on the lower level of the terminal. Average fare from Will Rogers World Airport to downtown Oklahoma City is $25.

Travel by Transit EMBARK buses serve much of the Oklahoma City metro area. Each route’s hours of operation vary, but many popular routes run about every 30 minutes during the weekday and every 60 minutes on Saturday.

Oklahoma River Cruises More than your average transit option, Oklahoma River Cruises offer a variety of specialty cruises and regularly scheduled river transit trips Wednesday - Sunday from April to December. No need to worry about the heat or cold, because the beautiful 65-foot river cruisers have climate-controlled cabins. River transit service is offered from four landings: 

Regatta Park Landing (701 S Lincoln Blvd.) – served by the Downtown Discovery


The Downtown Discovery is a free transit service with stops located throughout downtown and Bricktown. To learn more, visit or call (405) 235-7433.

Exchange Landing (1503 Exchange Ave.) – served by EMBARK bus route 16


Meridian Landing (4345 SW 15 St.) – served by EMBARK bus route 11

Travel by Bike


Bricktown Landing (334 Centennial Dr.) – served by the Downtown Discovery

Spokies is Oklahoma City’s bike share program and the best way to cruise around downtown and through many of the city’s most exciting neighborhoods. With bikes available at eight convenient stations and an affordable day pass, it’s easy to start your ride immediately. Learn more by visiting www. or call (405) 606-4008.

Trip times and fares vary by destination. All cruisers are ADA accessible. Visit for reservations, or call (866) 825-6363 for more information.

















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21c Museum Hotel .................................................................... 64

Michael Murphy’s Dueling Piano .............................................. 7

Ambassador Hotel ..................................................................... 58


AmericInn Oklahoma City Airport ...........................................70

Outlet Shoppes of Oklahoma City .........................................52

Colcord Hotel ............................................................................. 58

Painted Door .................................................................................. 1

Country Inn & Suites Airport..................................................... 66 Courtyard by Marriott Downtown ........................................ IFC Embassy Suites by Hilton Oklahoma City Downtown Medical Center..................................................... 64

Adventure District ......................................................................... 12 American Banjo Museum......................................................... 77

Fairfield Inn & Suites Airport ..................................................... 66

Chickasaw Country ....................................................................52

Fairfield Inn & Suites Northwest Expressway / Warr Acres ................................... 66

Chesapeake Energy Arena .................................................OBC

Hampton Inn & Suites Bricktown ............................................ 66

Downtown OKC ........................................................................ 20

Hilton Garden Inn - Bricktown .................................................62

Frontier City.................................................................................. 30

Homewood Suites - Bricktown ................................................62

Myriad Botanical Gardens &

Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel ......................................................... 60

Tropical Conservatory ................................................................75

Residence Inn Oklahoma City Downtown / Bricktown ........................................................... IFC Residence Inn Oklahoma City Northwest Expressway ............................................................. 66 Sheraton Hotel Oklahoma City Downtown ..........................70 TownePlace Suites by Marriott Oklahoma City Airport.............................................................. 66

Climb Up ......................................................................................75

Oklahoma City Museum of Art ................................................54 Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum................IBC Oklahoma Hall of Fame at the Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum ..................................................79 Oklahoma History Center .........................................................54 Oklahoma Railway Museum ....................................................79 Remington Park Racing & Casino ............................................ 11

Tower Hotel Oklahoma City ....................................................70

RIVERSPORT Rapids................................................................... 20

Tru by Hilton Oklahoma City Airport...................................... 66

Science Museum Oklahoma................................................... 77

Wyndham Garden Hotel Oklahoma City Airport .............. 68

White Water Bay ....................................................................... 30

Dining Cattlemen’s Steakhouse ............................................................ 48 Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant ................................................. 48 Earl’s Rib Palace ..........................................................................73 Legacy Grill ..................................................................................42 Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse ...................................................73 86

Museums & Attractions



America’s remembrance of the 168 people killed here is deepened by the sense of unity, compassion – even heroism – shown in response to the bombing. In touchscreens, galleries and theatres, a powerful story unfolds – one that’s as relevant today as ever. As is a mission to meet violence with vigilance.


“A TOP 10 U.S. MUSEUM” Downtown OKC • 620 N. Harvey Ave.

Year after year, Chesapeake Energy Arena outperforms its regional competitors, selling more tickets than any other venue in the region. As Oklahoma’s largest metropolitan market, backed by NBA-caliber marketing support, Oklahoma City is a standing-room-only experience.


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Oklahoma City 2017 Spring / Summer Official Visitors Guide  
Oklahoma City 2017 Spring / Summer Official Visitors Guide