Relocating? Don't know where to go to eat? We'll help you get started....

Whatever you are looking for, I'm sure that OKC has a place or two for you.

Asian Cuisine

Musashi's on Western and 43rd, across the street from Sushi Neko

Dot Wo on 30th and Portland


Chelinos Mexican Restaurant on NW 16th and Meridian

Ted's Escondido on NW 68th and May

Margaritas on NW Wilshire and May


Vitos on Grand and N May


Pearls Lakeside - great place for any time of the day, brunch, lunch and a sunset dinner that is well worth it

Boca Boca on North May - excellent seafood and a nice, quiet place for a special celebration


Van's Pig Stand in Norman


Sushi Neko on Western and NW 43


Cattleman's Steak House On S Agnew and 13th

Boulevard Steakhouse at 505 S Boulevard


Johnnies Charcoal Broiler on Britton just east of N. May

Charcoal Oven on NW Expressway east of May

Braums Country Dairy Stores

Places Well Worth the Drive

Eischen's Bar in Okarche - The best fried chicken in the world and the oldest bar top in the state

Krebs in McAlister - The best Italian without getting on a plane to Venice


Rococo - neat menu, and a good jazz brunch on the weekends

Museum of Art in Downtown - Fun anytime, but Sunday Brunch and the museum is great fun, and they have cool movies, too.


Jimmy's Egg - great omelets that you can build how you want them

Somewhere to go get a drink

Bricktown Brewery - Oklahoma brewed beers and good times

VZD's - good bands on the weekends generally