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    On the northern edge of downtown and just west of Automobile Alley, the Midtown district connects the hustle and bustle of downtown with the stately historic neighborhoods to its north. With a mix of local restaurants, neighborhood pubs and unique shops, it’s a great place to experience the best of OKC’s recent urban renaissance.

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    Enjoy a burger at a local staple

    Irma’s Burger Shack has long been a local favorite for grabbing a burger. With Oklahoma-raised beef on the menu, plus hand-cut French fries and hand-breaded Onion Rings, this restaurant offers an authentic Oklahoma eating experience.

    Image of coffee mugs inside of Elemental Coffee in the Midtown District of Oklahoma City.

    Grab a cup of joe at Elemental

    Elemental Coffee Roasters imports and roasts some of the finest coffees available and serves them at its coffee shop, which offers a full menu of espresso-based drinks, brewed coffee and fresh food. Be sure to pay a visit during the weekend to sample their delicious brunch menu.

    Image of the interior of Dust Bowl (a retro bowling alley) in the Midtown District of Oklahoma City.

    Strike out at Dust Bowl

    This 12-lane bowling alley harkens back to the heyday of bowling with its retro-inspired décor (think wood paneling and shag carpets). It’s located right below Fassler Hall, meaning that after you bowl a few frames you can walk upstairs to enjoy beers and brats at this German-inspired beer garden. If you enjoy the vintage-bar vibe, take a short walk and pay a visit to R&J’s Supper Club as well.

    Image of people at Bleu Garten, an outdoor patio bar in the Midtown District of Oklahoma City.

    Find food truck fare at Bleu Garten

    With a rotating schedule of food trucks, you will never get tired of the cuisine at Bleu Garten. Its open-air dining includes lawn games, a fire pit, a full-service bar and several large TVs, making it a great place to catch a Thunder game during basketball season. 


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    Of course, the guide above is just a sampling of what there is to taste, see and do in the district. 

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