4200 W Interstate 40, Oklahoma City, OK, US, 73108
- Phone: (405) 429-5299
- Fax: (405) 600-9108
In the heart of downtown Oklahoma City at the corner of Park and Robinson, you will find this Seattle-style coffee shop. Stop by on the way to your business in the morning and pick up a Caffe Latte and a scone or cinnamon roll. At lunchtime, you will find great sandwiches, salads and pasta. The chicken salad is very popular and the Sundried Tomato Pasta is always a good choice. Besides coffee, you can have smoothies, shakes and, of course, regular fountain drinks and iced tea.
If you are staying or spending time in the business district, try this fast and delicious restaurant for breakfast and lunch. There is a great selection of sandwiches, salads, ribs and burgers on this large menu. The most popular items are the Blackened Chicken Bowtie Pasta, the fajitas and the baby back ribs. The chefs prepare all the typical breakfast items, as well as some fun breakfast burritos and different varieties of biscuit sandwiches.
Any restaurant that has been in business for over 50 years has to be good, and that is true for this lunch establishment in downtown Oklahoma City. This cafeteria-style restaurant caters to the local businesspeople, especially the lawyers who work nearby. Watch as the staff lovingly prepares your sandwich from fresh, carved meat. The New York style corned beef is very popular, but you can choose from many salads, soups and hot lunches every day. Save room for dessert. The pies are homemade daily.
Strictly serving lunch, this cafe in downtown Oklahoma City has won the hearts (and stomachs) of local businesspeople who flock here during the noon hour. The cooks take great pride in creating a delicious buffet stocked with authentic Asian dishes for their clientele. For a modest cost, diners can fill up on a varied selection of Thai favorites, including several types of curry dishes. Thai cuisine is not easily found in the city, especially the quality kind made here.
The specialty dishes at this Bricktown Mexican restaurant are unlike anything you will find elsewhere. For instance, the Los Mejores de la Casa is a combination of filet medallions wrapped in bacon, and shrimp stuffed with Monterey jack cheese and a strip of jalapeno pepper, all grilled. But if you are not feeling that courageous, the restaurant has all the regular Mexican dishes too. The motif comes from a hotel in Laredo, Mexico, and you will love the authentic Mexican feel of this restaurant.
The Melting Pot features tasty renditions of the Swiss classic, fondue, in an upscale yet inviting ambiance. Indulge in the cheese fondue with perfectly complementing wine alternatives or opt for its romantic chocolate counterpart served with exotic fruits. Fine dining at its best, this communal meal is best shared with family and friends, and promises a memorable experience.
About five blocks west of Bricktown near the Myriad is this 11-year-old Mexican restaurant. The atmosphere is that of your typical Mexican restaurant, where not-so-subtle Southwestern art hangs all around. The fajitas are excellent, or try the Pollo Verde, which is a sauteed chicken breast with Poblano peppers, onions, tomatoes and jack cheese. The chips and salsa are some of the best in town. There is free parking, a nice treat in this older part of town. Call for opening hours.
The atmosphere in this two-story restaurant, located right on the Bricktown Canal, is festive and loud. This restaurant is popular with locals and tourists alike, especially since it is the only restaurant with dining overlooking the canal on a patio and upper balcony. The clientele tends to be young, often college-aged, but children are always welcome here. It is a little mild for Mexican food, so be sure to ask for hot sauce with your meal.
In the heart of Bricktown, this two-story restaurant and bar is a hot spot for the young single crowd. Upstairs you will find a large, very casual bar area where you can usually enjoy live music on Fridays and Saturdays. Downstairs is a casual restaurant and lounge area, which is a little more family-friendly. The chefs cook up quite a variety here, including pork, chicken, steak, fish, sandwiches and burgers. The steaks are the most popular items on the menu. There is a separate lunch menu.
Before Bricktown was the popular destination it is today, this restaurant was serving up its basic Italian menu to very large crowds. Although the bulk of the menu is pasta, the most popular dish is the Rib Eye Steak, which was just added, and is served with garlic-mashed potatoes. Do not fill up, because there are lots of desserts to choose from like tiramisu, cheesecake, turtle cheesecake, carrot cake and more. Whether it is a business lunch or a night out with the crowd, this is a great destination.
Not only is TapWerks Oklahoma's oldest tap house, it has a staggering 212 beers on tap, the largest in the state. TapWerks also serves up some decent pub food, with a slightly German slant, as well as the typical burgers, sandwiches and soups. The bar has pool tables, dart boards and a jukebox - there's plenty of entertainment for all.
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.