If you were born and raised in Brad Pitt's home state, you probably know all the Oklahoma local rules. But visitor's to this state are also curious to know exactly what to do in Oklahoma. See what the locals are revealing and vote!
- 120 VOTES
Take The Scenic Route And Grab A Fried Pie
From Redditor u/jrelaw:
Coming up I-35 before you get to Davis you will pass through the Arbuckle Mountains. There is a scenic route available through the mountains. Be careful if the weather turns though. There also is a small place through there that sells fried pies. People will detour just for those fried pies if that’s your thing.
- 29 VOTES
Relax And Chat At Commonplace Books
From a former Redditor:
You should pay Commonplace Books in Oklahoma City a visit one afternoon. It’s a lovely place to relax, talk with locals, and find some good reads.
- 38 VOTES
Take A Walk Through OKC
From Redditor u/taklitmarion:
In Oklahoma City, board game joints are a thing now. Edmond unplugged, loot and XP, game HQ are all excellent with plenty of games to learn and play around a table.
Walkthrough the plaza on 16th street near empire slice house. Walkthrough the passeo on 23rd near the tower theater. Walk the Riverwalk and along with Reno downtown. Check out the automobile alley and all the restaurants around 10th street. Tons of trendy restaurants in all those areas, you are bound to find something you like.
- 46 VOTES
Treat Your Hangover Like A Local
From Redditor u/The_Coxer:
Eat at Nic's grill. Drink at Grandad's bar. Eat your hangover away at Kitchen 324.
- 513 VOTES
Visit The National Cowboy And Western Heritage Museum
From Redditor u/Bpub:
Visit the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. How much more Okie can you get?.
- 65 VOTES
Don't Waste Your Money On the Water Taxi
From Redditor u/paper_alien:
If you go to Bricktown, there's a water taxi which is overpriced, but nice if you're into touristy stuff. Or you could just walk the canal and see some statues and stuff. Pro tip- if you go to Bricktown, the easiest place to find parking if it's ridiculously busy is the Bass Pro parking lot or the Harkin's Theater. Then just walk. I'd really recommend going to the Myriad Gardens and walking around if you have the free time. They were completely remodeled a few years ago, and since it's spring, they're really pretty right now.