Dining in the Arts District
Mary Eddy’s has four menus: beverage, breakfast, dinner and dessert, and the food is stellar across the menus. The chef has been known to change to change items weekly depending on available ingredients, so recommending a particular dish is difficult. Consistently, though, choosing their seafood is a fantastic choice. Whether it be the seared salmon, whole trout, pan-seared scallops or mussels marinière, they are all excellent.
The Jones Assembly
The Jones Assembly is a restaurant, a bar and a music venue. It is also one of the metro’s hot spots, featuring brunch and dinner menus. We highly recommend you start any of the meals with the chicken fried carrots. And while you’re at it, get the scratch-made biscuits, too. Oklahomans are serious about biscuits, and the staff at the Jones Assembly is no exception.
The Museum Cafe, which is run by Centre Bistro, is located inside the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and offers lunch, light bites, coffee, wine, beer and cocktails. Make sure to grab a seat on their gorgeous patio because the Cafe has fantastic views of downtown Oklahoma City. After you finish eating, don't forget to grab a ticket and explore everything the museum has to offer. From their massive Dale Chihuly glass tower to the rotating exhibitions, there is something that everyone is sure to enjoy.
Explore true Italian flavors in an intimate and casual atmosphere at Patrono, a small Italian eatery located in Oklahoma City. With an eclectic assortment of entrées like the Italian sausage burger, charred baby carrot salad or the pan-seared Chilean sea bass and an expansive wine list, their menu is sure to wow any new diners.