Visitors to OKC have a convenient new way to move around downtown. The Oklahoma City Streetcar, with beautiful green, blue and pink cars, connect visitors to hotels, dining and attractions throughout This content was previously posted on Visit OKC.
If you lived in Oklahoma City any time from the 1950’s through the 1990’s you’ve probably been to Coits Drive-in. Hopefully you had a chili dog and a root beer. If so, you’ll totally be taken back to those days if you visit Mighty Dog! Mighty Dog opened just last month at NW 22nd and Portland. […]
If you’ve driven Route 66 east of I-35 toward Pops, you’ve undoubtedly seen the buffalo statue. This is the entry into Sugar Hill. Sugar hill is a gated acreage community of million dollar plus homes. Sugar Hill was created from rolling prairie, natural rock formations, creeks and large trees. A portion of Sugar Hill […]
This map highlights in yellow the nation’s Super Zips — those ranking highest on income and college education. The largest collection of Super Zips is around the east coast. The Washington Post recently published this look at all the country’s zip codes and ranked them from 0 to 99 based on income and education. OK, […]
I just saw this video produced by the Chickasaw Nation and found through Steve Lackmeyer’s OKC Central blog about Oklahoma City. I thought it was so well done I would share it here:
About Pappy’s Diner Pappy’s Diner is located at Reno and S May Ave right next to Pappy’s BBQ (will cover this separately). I would say Pappy’s is actually a quite good diner. Their signature dish is chicken fried steak, and being lunch, I had the CFS sandwich. Service was great. What to Eat It’s not […]
About Cafe Veranda Owned by the same folks that have Berri Licious next door, Cafe Veranda has recently opened at NW 150th and Western. This is a great little neighborhood cafe! The quality of food remains very consistent. It’s also handy to stop by for ice cream after dinner, especially now that they’ve opened up […]