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Dine in Style

Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber on Monday, December 30, 2013 at 12:00:00 am

New Year’s Eve is known for its glitz and glamour. Why not throw on some of your best duds, grab that special someone and enjoy a lovely night out on the town? Oklahoma City has an extensive selection of unique restaurants and fine-dining establishments that are sure to start your night right. Here are a few suggestions for a perfect night out on the town.

Upscale Comfort Food
Does the chilly weather have you in the mood for some of your favorite comfort foods, but with a twist? Look no further than Cheever’s Café. They’ve got traditional American fare with a Southwest flair.

Euro-American and So Much More
A Bricktown staple for nearly 10 years, Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante & Bar has the best of everything – great drinks, fabulous entrees, delectable desserts and more – all set in a renovated warehouse just steps from all of Bricktown’s premier entertainment options.

Hip and Delicious
Another great Bricktown option for New Year’s Eve is the Melting Pot. Their fondue is fabulous and the prix fix menu they’ve set up for NYE is prix-ty awesome.

Great Steaks, Contemporary Atmosphere
Along Broadway Avenue in Automobile Alley, you’ll find RED PrimeSteak where you can have your choice of, well, steak. But it’s more than that. At Red Prime you will have steak worthy of being called your last meal of 2013. Trust us.

Dine In the Sky
As one of Oklahoma City’s newest dining experiences, guests at VAST will dine on a whole new level. More than 720 feet above downtown Oklahoma City, VAST occupies the 49th floor of the Devon Energy Tower. Here you will experience fine cuisine and the best view of the entire city.

Timeless Elegance
Looking for a classic dining experience? Look no further than The Coach House. The Coach House offers seasonal cuisine highlighting the best local produce and regional specialties prepared with classical perfection.

Maybe you’ve got something else in mind for your New Year’s Eve meal. Not to worry! Check out these other great restaurants! We’re certain you’ll find just what you’re looking for.

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