With the female music and art festival, AMP Fest, happening in Film Row, Justin and Tobi Coleman of Revolve Productions, as well as Jason Qualls and Emily Madden, lead a tour of the district’s bar scene. We visit The Paramount Room, Bar Arbolada, FlashBack Retro Pub, Sanctuary Barsilica, The Jones Assembly, and Mary Eddy’s Kitchen x Lounge, as well as give shout-outs to other places in Film Row. This is the complete and comprehensive tour of our night where we learn interesting facts and the some of the history behind the places.
The Paramount Room at 00:45
Bar Arbolada at 03:43
FlashBack Retro Pub at 12:19
Sanctuary Barsilica at 15:06
The Jones Assembly at 19:30
Mary Eddy’s Kitchen x Lounge at 34:34
Prefer a shorter version of the tour? Above is a 17-minute version with highlights from The Paramount Room, Bar Arbolada, FlashBack Retro Pub, The Jones Assembly, and Mary Eddy’s.
If you only want to know about a particular venue, below are individual videos on the places we visited.
701 West Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City
As part of the Paramount Pictures building in Film Row, The Paramount Room offers over 1900 square feet of event space, capacity for up to 200 of your guests, gorgeous views of downtown Oklahoma City, and a hand crafted bar room.
637 West Main Street, Oklahoma City
For a taste of LA in OKC, drop by Bar Arbolada.
814 West Sheridan Avenue, Oklahoma City
If you long for the days of bold styles, bright colors, and free play arcade games, then FlashBack Retro Pub is the place for you. FlashBack features over 65 arcade games from the ’80s and ’90s, along with Nintendo NES, Super Nintendo, Sega and N64 gaming consoles. Best of all: the games are always set on free play!
Also included is a sneak peek at Sanctuary Barsilica, a non-denominational religious-themed bar, from the team behind FlashBack Retro Pub. When we visited them, they were about 60 days away from completion.
901 West Sheridan Avenue, Oklahoma City
The Jones Assembly is an American restaurant and concert venue located in downtown Oklahoma City. Come for the drinks, or the spirits, or the music, or all of above. Brought to you by The Social Order Dining Collective.
900 West Main Street, Oklahoma City
Located at 21c Museum Hotel Oklahoma City in the former Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant, Mary Eddy’s Kitchen x Lounge features a bold and eclectic take on New American cuisine, in an art-filled, communal setting that honors the building’s industrial roots. Menus playfully combine bold, unexpected flavors and celebrate regional, seasonal products.
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