This laid-back restaurant/bar is dedicated to hot melts and beer, such a great combo it is surprising there aren't more places like this in every U.S. city. From the bar, visitors will find a rotating cascade of wonderful beers alongside some creative cocktails, try the Freestyle Shandy, a delectable mix of Pils, ginger beer and lemon. And to eat, the menu features the best Poutine in OKC and every single sandwich melt is amazing. From the 'Macaroni Pony' filled with Chipotle BBQ Pulled Pork and three-cheese mac in a jalapeno cornbread roll to the 'The Cortez' made with braised short ribs, there is no wrong choice. Take a look at the website for complete menu.
Founded in 1910, Cattlemen's Steakhouse is one of the oldest restaurants in Oklahoma, and for more than 100 years it has served thousands of people. Diners will find roasted perfection on the menu, with options like brisket, burnt ends, full slabs of ribs, dry-aged steaks the list goes on-and-on. Besides the delicious beef, they are also famous for their lamb fries, a most unusual delicacy (be sure to ask your server to describe them to you). Additionally, if you are here for breakfast, Cattlemen's is the spot because the kitchen heaps generous portions onto plates perfect for sharing at super reasonable prices.
The Japanese fare at this trendy Nichols Hills spot is worth the visit. The simplistic design in the restaurant and bar is not necessarily comfortable when you have to sit on the floor, but definitely authentic. Select from a great variety of Japanese sushi, sashimi and other classic dishes like Teriyaki Chicken, Beef and Salmon, they all are served with a side of Japanese potato salad. This place is also a great place for take-out.
For a little South American flavor, head to Cafe do Brasil! Inside the restaurant, the decor greets visitors with high ceilings, tropical plants, and yellow walls that are accented by the dark wood furnishings. The menu features a wide variety of traditional and not-so traditional South American dishes including Jacaré ao Pantanal which is fried alligator served with a honey-mustard dipping sauce, Casquinha da Siri, a crab sauce served in the shell and the classic Picanha Brasileira, a perfect flank-steak served with Feijão Tropeiro (mixture of Pinto beans, cassava, bacon, eggs and much more). Cafe do Brasil is also a popular brunch place - be sure to try a slice of their 'Brasilian Pie', a pocket stuffed with ham, mozzarella and spinach. Live music is a frequent feature, and the rooftop "Bossa Nova" bar is an excellent place to grab a Caipirinha and relax.
Once a popular florist's shop, the folks at Cheever's recently redesigned the place without tinkering with its vintage charm; enriching it with exceptional modern embellishments and intimate seating arrangements. The cafe specializes in serving Southwestern fare with a touch of international panache. The shop's flower ice storage room is now a charming wine cellar that welcomes guests for tasting sessions. Order the Chimichurri Hangar Steak or Quinoa Avocado Salad to accompany your glass of wine and follow it up with the Pan Seared Atlantic Salmon if you wish to savor their best offerings. Don't miss out on the delightful Roasted Pecan Ice Cream Ball for dessert as it is known to be quite moreish.
This restaurant which features farm-to-fork ingredients is elegant, cozy and propelled by creativity in the kitchen. The menu highlights include the constantly changing Charcuterie plate, meticulously prepared entrees like the Ponderosa Farms Duck Meatballs and the perfectly Pan Roasted Neah Bay Ling Cod, alongside their exquisite desserts. Don't forget about their extensive wine list, it has varietals from across the globe and every glass can be matched with your meal. Overall, this restaurant could rival any other in San Francisco or New York City with its impeccable service, outstanding ambiance and innovative dishes.
A charming eatery with a touch of elegance, Kitchen no.324 is the ideal place to be to enjoy a steaming cup of coffee or a hearty dinner. The exquisite all-white space embellished with antique mirrors and the open-kitchen counter adds a vibrant feel to the eatery. Offering freshly prepared handmade sandwiches, steaks, salads and beverages, the restaurant is ideal for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Specializing in curated coffee and baked products, the morning pastries in brunch menus along with a wide array of coffees from lattes to americanos are a must try!
Mickey Mantle's, awarded many times since its opening, is definitely one of Oklahoma's places to see and be seen; it is frequently occupied by celebrities and other locals of note. The dining area is spacious and despite the huge floor area - 10,000 square feet - there is a feeling of seclusion and intimacy. The menu is short but each dish is prepared to its utmost potential. There is a full bar and Mickey Mantle's is also a fantastic restaurant to consider for your next private or corporate event. Reservations are recommended.
A renovated 1930s warehouse, this club has retained historical touches like hardwood floors, retro furnishings and picturesque accessories. Old-fashioned lighted globes add to the mellow ambiance. There are a variety of drinks that are served from the 100-year-old antique bar. The food on menu has a southwestern flavor; featuring favorites like mesquite smoked chicken and Cajun catfish. The Hall also has banquet seating available, perfect for parties and business meetings.
Bringing authentic Mexicana flavors to Oklahoma City, the Barrios Fine Mexican Dishes is a restaurant that stays true to its name. Nestled in the bustling Midtown, this quaint restaurant's industrial decor is combined with refreshingly flamboyant floral accents. The tranquil and cozy patio seating with striking white umbrellas is adored by the patrons. An ideal ambiance to enjoy delicious food, the menu serves extensive and sizzling Mexican Fare. From Chicken Enchiladas, Lamb Tacos to Wood-Fired Fajitas, the menu presents a delectable assortment for Mexican cuisine lovers. Desserts like Mini Sopapillas and Banana Churros are perfect to contrast the fiery flavors of the meal. A gastronomical haven amid the buzzing city, the restaurant is a must-try.
The owners of Coffee Slingers are proud to faithfully source, import and roast their own beans for the happy citizens of OKC. The shop is absolutely dedicated to all things coffee and sustainability. They provide an equitable fee to vendors throughout Central America for their beans, thereby ensuring a win-win situation. The prices reflect this as they can sometimes be exorbitant, but nonetheless you know where your cup of coffee originated. Check the website often because Coffee Slingers always has a workshop or tutorial on coffee techniques in the kitchen.