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Looking for fine jewelry or gifts? This shop is the oldest jewelry store in Oklahoma, established in 1892. You will find a large selection of jewelry, watches, tabletop crystal and fine gifts. You will be able to choose from among the finest, priciest gifts imaginable, so if you are trying to impress somebody, this is a great place to start.
The Melting Pot features tasty renditions of the Swiss classic, fondue, in an upscale yet inviting ambiance. Indulge in the cheese fondue with perfectly complementing wine alternatives or opt for its romantic chocolate counterpart served with exotic fruits. Fine dining at its best, this communal meal is best shared with family and friends, and promises a memorable experience.
Sala Thai is known for serving some of the best Thai food in the city! Try the Chicken Jungle Curry or the Drunken Noodles. The restaurant also has impressive vegetarian options and the Vegetable Red Curry is especially good. You'll be sure to get a bang for your buck since the prices are reasonable and the entrees are large. This small restaurant has a cozy and casual atmosphere while the friendly and attentive staff will make you feel right at home.
Let Musashi's Teppanyaki Chefs treat you to some delicious dishes - Kobe Style Beef, Musashi's Special (Sake Lobster and Fillet Mignon), and Teriyaki Steak (thin sliced New York Strip glaze with teriyaki sauce). Vegetarians need not worry as the restaurant's Vegetarian Delight is equally delicious. The drinks menu features traditional sakes, wines and also some frozen drinks. On a pleasant day, opt for the outdoor seating.
This large restaurant offers specialties from northern India as well as southern India, and the wonderful menu has a lot more than just the expected curry dishes. There is a buffet, or you can dine a la carte. You can order halal meat, vegetarian meals or a plethora of other authentic dishes from the wonderful and friendly wait staff. On the weekends, enjoy sitar music to put you in the Indian frame of mind.
Pops 66 is a unique mixture of a roadside attraction, diner, soda store, and gas station. Located on the iconic Route 66, Pops 66 has a 66-foot (20-meter) tall soda-shaped statue lit up by neon lights. After taking a picture of this wondrous and unusual design, head into the building behind the statue and discover a store that sells over 700 flavors of soda. Whether you want a retro drink or a new crazy flavor that's not normally sold, you'll find it here! After all that shopping you may get hungry so check out the diner as well. They serve delicious American dishes and are known for their shakes and, or course, sodas.