One North Oklahoma Avenue • 232-2739
In November 1992, the Bricktown Brewery opened its doors, ushering in a new golden age of urban dining to the OKC scene. Nearly 20 years later, the Brewery has been adrenalized with a new look, new menu and new focus on delivering great food, great beer and a great experience to the visitors of Oklahoma City.
BROADWAY 10 BAR AND CHOPHOUSE
1101 North Broadway • 405-212-3949
Automobile Alley is a bustling district that has taken on a face of its own and Broadway 10 is the center of the action! Don't go in expecting a quiet secluded evening to yourself – the dining area is clearly designed to be a high-energy experience. The scene is very big city trendy with the right amount of noise and conversation. It's a high-class restaurant without being pretentious. The atmosphere is great, the food is really good but what keeps guests going back - above atmosphere and great food is the friendly staff – who are genuinely interested in ensuring your enjoyment. The menu is one page, with appetizers like steak tartare and calamari; soups and salads; and entrées of traditional cuts of steak, lamb and pork. Every cut of meat comes with a sauce and starch which is a nice change from the a la carte menu that you typically see at a steakhouse.
1309 S. Agnew Ave. • Stockyards • 236-0416
Open since 1910 and located at the edge of Stockyard City, Cattlemen’s Steakhouse features first-rate beef, hand cut & aged on the premises.
5825 NW Grand Blvd Oklahoma City. 844-1501
501 S Boulevard Edmond. 359-1501
From humble beginning as the "little lunch spot," Cafe 501 has become synonymous with a discriminating taste in good wine and great food. In 1995, they opened the door to their first love, Cafe 501 Edmond. The vision for the little restaurant on the corner of Fifth & Boulevard was simple; extend warm hospitality and offer delicious food to fill their tables with loyal guests. It is a romantic notion, one that they held onto for almost 20 years. 501 offers a harmonious balance between hand-crafted cuisine and a sophisticated yet casual atmosphere that is true to Oklahoma.
121 East California. • Bricktown • 602-8459
Located in the heart of Bricktown, Coyote Ugly Oklahoma City opened its doors to capacity crowds, with the world famous ‘Coyotes’ entertaining the thirsty patrons! Enjoy the Coyotes sing and dance on the bar to a mix of classic and hard rock.
2601 NW Expressway West Tower 405-848-5597
Junior’s boasts some of the finest cuts of meat prepared precisely to perfection. For an entrée choose from a succulent Prime Cowboy Bonein Ribeye, 13-ounce center cut K.C. Strip or an 8-ounce Filet that will literally melt in your mouth. Fish offerings include cold-water Australian lobster tails, perfectly prepared grilled salmon, Orange Roughy, fried or grilled shrimp, and Alaskan King Crab legs. Juniors’s poultry offering is a taste of a bygone era - cast-iron skillet fried chicken.
103 E California Ave • 605-4422
Open for lunch, dinner and late night, Knucks Wheelhouse can satisfy your pizza cravings in Bricktown at just about any time. Using high quality ingredients including a locally brewed beer for their homemade crust and making sure your slice of pie is always fresh, Knucks Wheelhouse allows visitors to order pizza one piece at a time or get a whole pie. Stop in for a bite to eat while you're having a night out on the town or enjoying an afternoon next to the canal or have a pie delivered to your downtown, Bricktown or midtown hotel!
THE MANHATTAN OKC
210 Park Ave. Suite 150 • 405-605-5300
A unique neighborhood bar in the heart of downtown. A timeless classic like the drink itself, The Manhattan OKC is a casual place to meet friends for a cocktail and bite to eat. Conveniently located in the Central Business District, The Manhattan OKC offers drink and food options Lunch, Happy Hour and later. Join them for a classic cocktail, glass of wine or craft beer paired with a delicious dish from Chef Bruce Rinehart. Offering sandwiches, salads, appetizers and the famous Rococo Crab Cake. Open late with food and drink specials during Thunder games, Civic Center concerts and other downtown events.
MICKEY MANTLE’S STEAKHOUSE
7 Mickey Mantle Dr. • Bricktown • 272-0777
The Oklahoma Legend continues! Serving the finest cuts of aged USDA prime steaks, lobster and fresh seafood. Extensive wine list and live entertainment is featured in the lounge.
1200 North Walker Avenue • 405-898-8170, 7th Floor of Ambassador Hotel
Located atop Midtown’s Ambassador Hotel is the OBar offering craft cocktails in a contemporary setting with a fabulous view of Midtown and Downtown. Fresh herbs, juices and the finest of spirits are combined to create award winning cocktails along with a superior wine list by the bottle or the glass.
ROCOCO RESTAURANT & FINE WINE
2824 N. Pennsylvania • 405-528-2824
12252 N. May • 405-212-4577
Chef owned and operated, Rococo’s features steaks, seafood, pasta, and an exquisite roast rack of lamb. Rococo’s boasts a progressive wine list that is affordable and compliments the restaurant’s innovative cuisine. Owner Bruce Rinehart moved from Boston in 2003, specifically with the intention of opening a great “east coast style” restaurant. He succeeded in creating one of the best in the nation.
STELLA MODERN ITALIAN CUISINE
1201 N. Walker 235-2200
Stella offers everything from elegant dining to wine and pizza on game night. Creating just the right experience for every guest is central to Stella’s identity, but it isn’t just about a relaxed atmosphere. The staff at Stella is serious about serving the needs of the customer. The wood-fired brick oven is the centerpiece of Stella. Sit at the bar and watch the flames cook delicious cracker-thin pizzas and enjoy custom, seasonal cocktails, traditional favorites, local and imported beers, or choose a glass or bottle of wine from Stella’s outstanding list of American and Italian wines.
2nd and Walnut • 405-208-4477
Urban Johnnie is the latest venture in the Johnnie’s Charcoal Broiler Empire located in historic Deep Deuce district. Situated on the ground floor of the Level Apartments, Urban Johnnie is a casual sports bar and grill in a modern, upscale setting. Urban Johnnie pleases diners with delicious burgers, hearty salads and topnotch comfort foods. For dessert – be sure to try the battered apple rings - fried, battered apples served with cinnamon sugar, vanilla ice cream, and caramel sauce.
1200 N. Walker Avenue • 405-898-8120
Enjoy contemporary, upscale cuisine in a casual, intimate setting at Viceroy Grille. Located in Midtown’s trendy Ambassador Hotel, the restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner Monday through Friday, and breakfast, brunch, and dinner are served Saturdays and Sundays.
WHISKEY CHICKS COCKTAILS KITCHEN
115 East Reno • 405-228-0087
Whiskey Chicks provides guests with a unique cocktail and whiskey bar that feels like a cross between a New York style vintage cocktail bar and an Oklahoma Territory pre-land run saloon. Featuring over 200 whiskeys, 20 local microbrews, over 30 varieties of bitters in addition to a full liquor and wine bar. Voted the best post-game/concert spot by Gazette, the bar features 7 high definition TV’s for sports and live music or DJ’s on every weekend. The kitchen pumps out outstanding wings and features a deliciousWhiskey Chick burger and a unique twist on Chicken Fried Chicken. Whiskey Chicks also offers a variety of wraps and vegetarian options.