Comfort Inn & Suites Airport
5921 SW 8th
Oklahoma City, OK 73128
Phone: (405) 470-7676
Fax: (405) 470-7677
5921 SW 8th, Oklahoma City, OK, US, 73128
- Phone: (405) 470-7676
- Fax: (405) 470-7677
Bars & Cafes
A visit to Oklahoma is not complete without enjoying a hearty meal at this popular steakhouse. This restaurant serves up huge portions for a moderate price. The menu offers steak, seafood and chicken dishes, with a house salad and sides of big French fries or a baked potato. The open kitchen area allows you to watch as your meal is cooked over a mesquite grill. Stop by on a Saturday night for live country music and dancing.
You do not have to be a country-western fan to enjoy this popular city nightclub. Guaranteed fun for all, Club Rodeo features an indoor bull riding arena. There are also some great nightly drink specials, and ladies night is every Wednesday. The decor is nothing spectacular - mainly wood furnishings and neon signs. The real draw is the atmosphere.
If you want to watch the big game and drink a few beers, try this place near Northwest Expressway and Hefner Parkway. From 4pm-6pm Monday through Friday, enjoy 75-cent draws (that is local for "drafts"). And enjoy Schnapps all the time. Oh, and there is barbecue too but only for lunch. If you are in town for Monday Night Football, this is a great place to watch it. On those very special occasions, 60-ounce pitchers are USD1.50, and the food is free. Enjoy darts, pool, shuffleboard, video games and pinball while you are here.
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 after-work crowd. Upstairs you will find a large, very casual bar area where you can 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. In addition to dinner, the bar has a great lunch menu with many of the same items, only at a better price.
Located in 50 Penn Place, the very upscale shopping center near Nichols Hills, Belle Isle is very popular with the local businesspeople for lunch. It is also a great weekend choice, with a dance floor and live music every Friday and Saturday night. There is a huge selection of dishes on the menu including everything from sandwiches to salmon. There are lots of great specials, particularly during their generous daily happy hour.
This local chain of restaurants is very popular for its large menu and fresh food. You will be treated to complimentary hot sauce, cheese sauce, chips and flour tortillas. If you cannot decide what to have or you are not familiar with Mexican food, try the Deluxe Mexican Dinner. It is served with a taco, guacamole salad, cheese enchilada, chile-covered pork tamale and chicken enchilada covered with salsa ranchera. Along with all this you get rice and beans. After your meal, try a complimentary sopapilla.
Looking for great food and live music? Go no further. This hot spot has been offering both since 1976. It does not have music every night, so call ahead, but it gets some great acts like Red Hot Chili Peppers. Enjoy a sandwich or salad, or just munch of some of the appetizers. This trendy Nichols Hills restaurant and bar is perfect for dinner or a fun night out. Expect a cover charge if there is entertainment. Enjoy Happy Hour from 4p-7p Monday through Friday with domestic longnecks on special and a free buffet.
This small neighborhood restaurant, located near upscale Nichols Hills, serves what it calls “rustic-style Italian food.” Old-fashioned Italian meals mix comfortably with new dishes like the pasta chips, which are pieces of fried pasta (Flip's answer to the potato chip). A popular hang out for the locals, Flip's is a great place to experience Oklahoma City and specifically the Nichols Hills area. An average meal includes soup and salad, and the bar serves an extensive selection of beer, wine and liquor. They also showcase local artists, and feature a new artist every six weeks.
The food is very basic, burgers and fries. The specialty (if you can call it that) is a greasy onion burger. But people do not typically come here for the food. There is live music every Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday nights, and sometimes on Saturday, too. The music is rockabilly and progressive bluegrass. Aside from enjoying the music, you can also enjoy pool tables, dartboards and five television sets where you can watch the game.
This is not a place to see and be seen, nor is it a Mecca for health food nuts. This is a bar for people who like to drink, play pool, throw darts, watch sports and eat good old American food. You will see a lot of locals who love to stop by after work. Monday through Friday during happy hour you will find some great specials. The menu has lots of typical appetizers, including potato skins, nachos, quesadillas and onions rings. There are lots of sandwiches and burgers, as well as some pasta dishes on the menu.
This chain has its roots in Tulsa, but Oklahoma City residents consider it their hometown coffeehouse, too. Dave's is a coffee-lover's paradise, complete with gourmet cappuccinos, cocoas, coffees, and teas, as well as gift sets and brewing accessories. The most popular coffee blend is the international-award-winning Snickerdoodle, a combination of cinnamon and hazelnut flavors. Call for opening hours.