Automobile Alley Dining

Bring your appetite. From traditional Mexican fare to wood-fired meats and handcrafted cocktails, Automobile Alley is anything but a drive thru.

Broadway 10 Bar and Chophouse

Located in the historic Buick Building, Broadway 10 may be the most beautiful dining space in Oklahoma City. An open kitchen and 40-seat bar greet guests as they enter the 8,000-square-foot facility. It’s best to think of Broadway 10 as a chophouse plus. The menu is heavy on chops, seafood, steak and poultry, but they also have sushi.

Broadway 10 specializes in aged cuts, and on the Primal Cuts section of the menu, all selections are aged 28 days, and most of the steaks are certified Prime. Diners may choose between seven sauces to accompany each cut, including veal demi-glace and a made-in-house steak sauce. If you are in the mood for a rare and somewhat expensive indulgence, choose the Akaushi Filet. Akaushi beef comes from a Wagyu breed raised in the U.S., and the meat is tender, creamy and densely marbled.

Nashbird Chicken

Nashbird Chicken is more than just a chicken place. The fries with pickled ranch for dipping are addictingly delicious. Nashbird baskets stack the fried chicken high atop a slice of classic white bread with crisp dill pickles on the side.

Nashbird prides itself on being a place for friends and family to hang and enjoy each other's company while indulging on their affordable HOT-DANG chicken combos. For an additional treat, their lemon icebox pie is a constant crowd-pleaser and will have you in a fork fencing match over who gets the last bite.

Parlor OKC

Parlor OKC is a collection of chefs and mixologists coming together to advance the concept of what a restaurant/bar could be within an eclectic atmosphere. This is a place for people to relax and socialize while enjoying artisan cocktails, craft beer and phenomenal food from all walks of life.

There are seven restaurants located inside Parlor, guaranteeing there is something for everyone to enjoy including Bad Nonna's, Ray's Chicken Kitchen, Pachinko Parlor, Providence Pizzeria and MOB Grill.

Red Primesteak

Red Primesteak was the first locally owned prime steakhouse in downtown Oklahoma City. Designed by multiple-award-winning architect Rand Elliott, Red is a popular downtown nightspot and fine dining destination. The mezzanine can accommodate small, private parties with a great view of the restaurant, or choose the “spaceship” private table in the back of the restaurant for complete privacy.

Red specializes in aged beef, and the “40 day” prime ribeye is the star of the menu. They also have bone-in ribeye if you prefer, but the steaks, while great in their own right, are made even better by Red’s selection of sauces and crusts. You will pay a little extra for the black truffle butter, but just pay the $5. It’s nearly transcendent. There is a good selection of seafood, pasta and chops, too, and the horseradish potato gratin is a must for a side dish.

S&B's Burger Joint

S&B's Burger Joint opened its doors to hungry Oklahomans in 2009 offering multiple award-winning sliders and burgers with an array of eclectic flavors and combinations that you won't find anywhere else. With six locations across the metro, there’s no doubt that this burger joint is a popular spot for locals and visitors alike. The Fatty features classic burger toppings with grilled onions and a Kaiser bun. Try the full size or sliders with an impossible patty, chicken breast or stick with the classic Angus beef.

Not in the mood for burgers? Try their loaded fries that come with a generous helping of toppings or stop in for a milkshake, both are sure to give you an excuse to be coming back for more.


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