Monday, December 2, 2019 by Greg Horton
Author: Greg Horton
Greg Horton is a freelance writer and adjunct professor who lives in downtown Oklahoma City with a roommate bartender, because he feels at home in local bars.
If you’re in Oklahoma City a day early for your conference, or if you’ve got a day to kill after, the good news is that there is more to do in this city than you’ll have time to get to. Many of the city’s best sights and destinations are located in or near the urban core, which means you can pack a lot into one day.
The Oklahoma City Streetcar is more than a convenient and affordable means of transportation. It’s also a casual guide to the much of the urban core. The casual circuit around the downtown districts gives you time to focus on the places that are hidden away or overlooked. One of the best uses of the streetcar is as a chauffeur for a movable feast.
Vast is Oklahoma City’s top-of-the-world restaurant on the 49th floor of the Devon Tower. Windows open up views of the city—central Oklahoma, really—for 360 degrees. One floor up from the restaurant
One of the best uses of Oklahoma City’s new streetcar is the emergence of an “ale trail” around the downtown districts. Ready for a beer after a day of meetings? No need to grab a half dozen Lyfts as