The Oak City Vintage TRAVEL GUIDE to OKC


Midtown is our favorite district (we're not biased or anything) because it has a little bit of everything for everyone! Great shopping, yummy food, fun nightlife and activities.  It's so very pedestrian & bike friendly and easily walkable to a few other districts in OKC 

Where to STAY

Ambassador Hotel

Where to SHOP

Oak City Vintage (duh :))

Chirps and Cheers

Black Scintilla



The Laboratory

Barkeep Supply

Plant People Shop

Commonplace Books


Where to EAT

For Coffee & Breakfast: Harvey Bakery & Kitchen

For Lunch: The Collective

For Another Coffee: Not Your Average Joe's

For Dinner: Stella

For Dessert: Insomnia Cookies

For Drinks: Barkeep Supply

What to DO

Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center

Dust Bowl Lounge



The Plaza District is the hippest area in OKC making is a hub for creativity.  It may be small but its packs a fun punch with unique retail, delicious restaurants and lots of great art.  Its also home to the nationally-renowned, Lyric Theatre.

Where to STAY

The Stray Guesthouse

Where to SHOP

Bad Granny's Bazaar

Dig It


DNA Galleries

Where to EAT

For Coffee & Breakfast: Neon Coffee

For Lunch: The Mule

For Dinner: Empire Slice Pizza

For Dessert: Pie Junkie

For Drinks: Oak and Ore

What to DO

The Plaza Walls

Lyric Theatre


OKC Improv



Automobile Alley was once home to the city’s car dealerships (hence the name). The revitalized area boasts local shopping and dining amongst the city's most beautiful buildings.

Where to SHOP

Shop Good

Plenty Mercantile

Forma Optics and Art

Common Dear

Cargo Room

Where to EAT

For Coffee & Breakfast: Hatch

For Lunch: Nashbird

For Another Coffee: Junction Coffee

For Dinner: Hideaway Pizza

For Dessert: Katie Bugs

For Drinks: Sidecar Barley & Wine Bar

What to DO

Factory Obscura



Film Row is named for its destination for theater owners between the 1930s - 1980s looking to screen movies like notable film companies like Paramount Pictures, MGM, Universal, Fox and Warner Brothers.  A revival to the district has brought a little bit of everything to the district for locals and visitors.  Film Row is also listed on the National Register of Historic places for its beautiful Art Deco building architecture. 

Where to STAY

21c Museum Hotel

Where to SHOP

Social Club

Sue and Evelyn

City and Stars

The Plant Shoppe

Where to EAT

For Coffee & Breakfast: Stitch Cafe

For Lunch: Mary Eddy's

For Dinner: Jones Assembly

For Dessert: Perets Coffee & Dessert Bar

For Late Night Drinks: Flashback RetroPub

What to DO

Oklahoma City Museum of Art 

Civic Center Music Hall



The Paseo Arts District is the place to go if you love art and taking in the works of local artists.  The galleries line a curved, two-block street that has maintained its Spanish revival architecture with its original stucco buildings and clay roof tiles.  Its not a full day visit but if you have time, its a feast for the eyes.

Where to SHOP

Betsy King Shoes

Jennifer Woods Jewelry

Literati Press Bookstore

Where to EAT

For Breakfast: Holey Rollers Donuts

For Brunch: Picasso Café

For Lunch: 30th St Market

For Dinner: FRIDA Southwest

For Drinks: Scratch

What to DO

Gallery Hopping 

First Friday Gallery Walk



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