Travel across Route 66 to find Oklahoma City's historic Blue Note Lounge. Inside, the interior is 60's stylish, the bartenders are friendly and the stage is open to showcase local, national, and international bands. Enjoy a night out at a bar that is an iconic neighborhood nightlife tradition.
Meet at the hip Bricktown Brewery, one of the best places to eat and drink in the city's downtown Bricktown Entertainment District. The restored warehouse, once a wholesale grocery and candy factory, is OKC's hot spot brew pub for listening to live music, playing billiards and enjoying great food and nightlife fun.
Meet your friends or make new ones at Bricktown Entertainment District, Oklahoma City's coolest downtown entertainment and dining attraction. Catch a movie at the Harkins Theatre; eat out at singer Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill, dance at the premier multi-club Citywalk and cruise the canal on a water taxi to see the sights and sounds from the waters edge.
Michael Murphy's sits along the Riverwalk and houses the MOST WANTED Rock and Roll Dueling Piano Show in the country! If you're tired of meat markets and DJs spinning music you cant understand, this is the place for you. The show consists of 3 piano players who take the stage in rotations while performing a rip roaring, request driven show, that includes a FREE DOSE of side splitting ROASTS of other guests friends.
End your day or night on the right note. Red Piano Lounge is located in Oklahoma City's historic Skirvin Hotel. The mood is sophisticated at this hip cigar bar where the sultry live jazz lingers in the air, and perfectly blended dry martinis go down smooth. And yes, of course, there really is a red piano.
Remington Park is open every day of the year for casino gaming and simulcast racing. Offering two seasons of live quarter horse and thoroughbred racing during the year, full-menu dining options of various restaurants and pubs, and live local bands weekly. All ages are welcome; however, visitors must be 18 to enter the casino or wager on racing.