Do you have an upcoming business trip to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma?
Or maybe you found yourself here on a layover or waiting for your truck to be loaded or fixed. Whatever the case you will need things to do when your on business in Oklahoma CIty, often shortened to just OKC, during all the down time between meetings, trainings, and other various tasks. Oklahoma City is the largest city in Oklahoma and there is a good chance during your career you will lay your head to rest in the city at some point. Interestingly OKC has one of the world's largest livestock markets and the city is in the middle of an active oil field.
We made our name negotiating corporate rates for hotels for our customers and our hotel selection in Oklahoma CIty is no exception. To provide even more to our members we read reviews, scour the web, dive into travel sites all so we can help save you time by finding some of the attractions, convention centers, entertainment areas, and restaurants that we feel will help your stay more enjoyable. From the Oklahoma CIty Bombing Memorial, golfing, to whiskey cigar bars and even a Coyote Ugly saloon there is a ton to do in OKC in your off time here.
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1309 S Agnew Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73108
Rated 4.4 from 1,133 Google Reviews
If you’re in OKC you need to make time to try the lamb fries at Cattlemen’s Steakhouse. This is the oldest continuously operated restaurant in Oklahoma City and they have been servicing these lamb fries for over 100 years. From rodeo legends, movie stars, and politicians like Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush they all have been to the iconic location for a bite to eat.
The Mantel Wine Bar & Bistro
201 E Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Rated 4.4 Stars with 132 Google Reviews
If you are looking for award winning fine dining The Mantel is a must for you. Recognized by Cornell University as one of the country's best gourmet restaurants. With a low-lit clubby decor and leather banquette seats you will be able to enjoy their unique appetizers and mouth watering food by yourself, with clients, or your team.
The Hutch on Avondale
Avondale Dr, Nichols Hills, OK 73116
Rated 4.2 stars from 53 Google Reviews
A unique spot to visit with their tag line “Perfected Mixology and Progressive Fine Dining” you may be excited to try it before even arriving in OKC. With locally sourced food and an acclaimed wine list you are sure to impress your potential clients with a dinner at the Hutch. If you are feeling adventurous you can even ask for one of their experimental dishes.
200 North Walker Avenue, 7th Floor of Ambassador Hotel, Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Rated 4.7 stars from 61 Google reviews
The O Bar is an upscale rooftop bar with amazing views of Oklahoma City, an upscale decor, and amazing drink selection from traditional to modern you are sure to enjoy your time spent here. From wowing clients, to building up your team, O Bar can provide the right atmosphere for you. If you can grab a spot on the outdoor balcony that is the spot all the regulars say is the best spot in the bar.
228 NE 2nd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Happy Hour Mon-Fri: 4pm-7pm
Rated 4.4 Stars from 120 Google Reviews
Whiskey, cocktails and cigars. Do you need to know anymore or is that already enough to peak your interest in visiting the stag? Described as having the ambiance of a speakeasy and offering over 350 bottles of whiskey, 500 bottles of spirits, and a robust selection of cocktails, beer, wine, and cigars. The cocktails are still made classically here with fresh squeezed in-house juices, in-house made bitters, syrups, shrubs and tinctures. Perfect spot to grab a drink, a cigar and sit and play some chess as you discuss the days meetings and the plans for the future.
Coyote Ugly Saloon
121 E California Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Rated 3.6 Stars from 157 Google Reviews
If you are looking for something more light hearted or have never been to a Coyote Ugly (the most famous bar on the planet) you can check it off the bucket list after your meetings while visiting OKC. This is part of the franchise made popular from the movie of the same name. With warnings on the window like “You May Get Wet,” “No Men on the Bar,” and “You May Lose Your Tie” you should have a decent idea of what to expect at the saloon.
Oklahoma City National Memorial
620 N Harvey Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Rated 4.8 Stars from 1,767 Google Reviews.
This memorial is to honor the lost, the survivors, and the hero’s that helped rescue them in the domestic terror attack known as the Oklahoma City Bombing on April 19, 1995.With separate sections telling the stories of that day this is a place to reflect. Can be a great way to learn more about that fateful day as well as reflect on the important things in life and help clear your mind before that next meeting you have scheduled.
Lake Hefner Golf Club
4491 S Lake Hefner Dr, Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Rated 4.4 Stars from 105 Google Reviews
One of the top rated golf courses in Oklahoma City by visitors and golfadvisor you are sure to enjoy your time here at Lake Hefner Golf Club, which is open to the public. Bring your clients, team members or just escape by yourself for a little while and let everything else melt away as you enjoy a round of golf. The club features two seperate challenging courses with bunkered fairways and greens, and dotted by water hazards. The North Course with a rating of 73.8 and the South Course with a rating of 70.5.
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
1700 NE 63rd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73111
Rated 4.7 Stars from 720 Google Reviews
The West Begins here at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, which opened in 1955. It preserves, collects, and exhibits collections of Western Artifacts and art. The over 10 million visitors are drawn here to learn and have an understanding of “the west” with its history and lore that permeates our national culture. With interactive galleries on the American Cowboy, Victorian firearms, frontier military, Native American Culture, and Western performers this is sure to be a place to inspire you with your business dealings.
CONVENTION CENTERS & AIRPORTS
Cox Convention Center
1 Myriad Gardens, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel
10 North Broadway Avenue, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102
Will Rogers World Airport (airport code OKC)
7100 Terminal Dr, Oklahoma City, OK 73159
Wiley Post Airport (airport code PWA)
5915 Philip J Rhoads Ave, Bethany, OK 73008
Clarence E. Page Airport (airport code KRCE)
2300 N Cimarron Rd, Yukon, OK 73099
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4620 Enterprise Way, Oklahoma City, OK 73128
2740 NW 138th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73134
Sonesta Es Suites
4361 W Reno Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73149