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Visit the Chickasaw Cultural Center's Aaimpa' Café to sample an abundance of traditional dishes. Pashofa, known as the Chickasaw national dish, is made with cracked hominy corn. Indian tacos are a meal in themselves, made fresh in the kitchen, and grape dumplings are a favorite dessert.
If you're traveling on Adventure Road through Davis, Oklahoma, you've got to make a stop at beloved local establishment Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pies. The shop whips up dozens of hot, fresh pies every day, whether you're in the mood for something sweet or are craving a rich and savory snack.
Bedré Café, situated in The Artesian Hotel in downtown Sulphur, is a 1950s-style diner that serves made-to-order sandwiches, baked goods, cakes, pies, ice cream and, of course, chocolate. Bedré Café is a great place to bring the family for a delicious American meal in a fun environment.
As the only Native American tribe to create its own brand of fine chocolate, the Chickasaw Nation takes great pride in its Bedré products. Bring your sweet tooth, and get ready for melt-in-your-mouth perfection. Visitors receive a free sample just for stopping in.
Since 1933, Bob’s Pig Shop in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, has been a hotspot for barbecue aficionados from all around. Open six days a week, this local joint features everything from traditional favorites to Tex-Mex specialties in a rustic, friendly environment.
If it's entertainment you're looking for, then there's no better place than Bricktown. This former warehouse district now features the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, a mile-long canal with water taxis and dozens of restaurants, clubs and venues.
Take the storied Route 66 east to Wellston, Oklahoma, and you’ll come upon a barbeque joint that’s nearly as legendary as the Mother Road itself: The Butcher BBQ Stand. Here, a father-and-son team continue crafting their award-winning competition meats for hungry travelers Friday through Sunday, year-round.
Made-from-scratch recipes and high-quality ingredients is the name of the game at Ardmore’s Café Alley. Here, all soups, salad dressings and desserts are made in-house, and only the freshest, choicest cuts of meat are used for the specialty dishes. If it’s from Café Alley, then you know it’s going to be some of the best in town.
With a menu for every meal of the day, the Ambassador Hotel eatery brings some of France’s most iconic dishes to Midtown OKC. The portions are hearty and the atmosphere is inviting – très spectaculaire!
The menu at Capitals Ice Cream is merely a suggestion. Mix your favorite fruit, cereal, candy and cookies to create your own concoction! Stop in to try the latest locally brewed cup of coffee, beer or monthly flavor. This Midtown hangout is serving more than just the average vanilla cone.
A visit to historic downtown Ardmore isn't complete without dining at Casa Romo Cocina Mexicana, a family owned and operated restaurant serving up hot and fresh Mexican fare since 2002.
Cattlemen’s Steakhouse has been an Oklahoma City institution for over 100 years. Established in 1910 as Cattlemen’s Café, the restaurant served as a hitching post for hungry cowboys and ranchers traveling through Stockyards City. Today, it continues to feed patrons from all walks of life, serving up some of the freshest steaks around.
Drawing inspiration from the historic Centre Theatre, Centre Bistro serves up lunch, light bites, coffees and cocktails inside the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Stop by for something tasty in between viewing the latest installations.
How about made-from-scratch American classics with a view of the Bricktown Canal? Charleston’s in Bricktown is ideal for a pre-Thunder-game meal or a weekday lunch. The ambiance is intimate and comfortable and the service exceptional. If you still have room, the Key Lime Pie is a must-try!
Chickasaw Country in south-central Oklahoma is filled with native culture, water and wide open spaces. Go fishing, boating, skiing or swimming. Try your hand at gaming at WinStar World Casino, the World’s largest casino. Go camping, zip lining, golfing or riding – on horseback or an ATV. Shop until you drop. Go to a spa or winery. Relax. Gaze at the stars. You’re in Chickasaw Country.
Reward your mouth with a taste of English pub fare at Riverwind Casino’s Chips ’N Ales. From classic fish and chips to Irish nachos, this is where great pub grub meets sports hub.
Looking for a taste of English pub fare to fuel you up for more gaming? Head to Chips ’N Ales at WinStar World Casino, where the fish, chips and brews are always fresh.
Classen Curve is a thriving, upscale shopping and dining district located just ten minutes north of downtown Oklahoma City. Whether you're craving a juicy hamburger, searching for that next designer dress or need a shave and a haircut, there's something for you at The Curve.
Oklahoma City's Deep Deuce district, a hotbed of jazz music and African-American culture in the mid-20th century, has since transformed into a true downtown neighborhood of restaurants, late night hot spots, retail shops, art galleries and more. Paying tribute to the area's roots, the annual Deep Deuce Music Festival features renowned jazz and blues bands and local performing and visual artists.
Downtown Oklahoma City continues to thrive and evolve. This walkable urban area includes everything from museums, parks, shops and restaurants to sports, festivals and water adventures. Explore the uniqueness of each of its seven districts.
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