Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City is the capital and largest city of the state of Oklahoma. The city ranks as the eighth-largest in the United States by land area. This Area Guide of OKC features notable events, public art information, things to do, and places to visit in the city.

A collection of date ideas in Oklahoma City.

Reviews, interviews, and recommendations of unique, local places to eat in Oklahoma City.

The OKC Mural Guide has interviews and information about the public murals decorating Oklahoma City.

The OKC Sculpture Guide has interviews and information about the sculptures and three-dimensional public works of art in Oklahoma City.

Noteable Districts

Automobile Alley: Automobile Alley is an upscale Urban area of Oklahoma City, located roughly along North Broadway Avenue in Downtown Oklahoma City.

Bricktown: Formerly a warehouse district in conjunction with the railroads, Bricktown is an entertainment district just east of Downtown Oklahoma City.

Film Row: The Historic Film Row District of Downtown Oklahoma City was once almost demolished, but thanks to revitalization efforts, the district has been remade into something great, unlike some movie remakes.

Paseo Arts District: Home to a vibrant group of artists, the Paseo Arts District is flourished with art galleries, all within walking distance, and interwoven with restaurants and retail establishments.

The Plaza District: The Plaza District is a neighborhood commercial district boasting Oklahoma City’s local arts flavor. The Plaza District is home to art galleries, studios, retail shops, restaurants, and creative services. They have a diverse group of businesses and organizations to interest any traveler or local Metro area resident.

Western Avenue: For good finds, good times, every time, Western Avenue has a mix of restaurants for any date in the city’s largest district.