A place for all
Whether in an international grocery store that carries that hard to find item that reminds you of home or a religious center that gives you a sense of community, Oklahoma City is diverse when it comes to its cultural options.
In fact according to the latest data from the U.S. Census, nearly 45 percent of people in Oklahoma City self-identify as nonwhite. That cultural diversity is represented in our community with some of the biggest ethnic grocery stores in the region. The metro has several Asian, Mediterranean, Hispanic and Indian grocery stores that specialize in bringing in products from around the world. You can find a full listing of specialty grocery stores here.
Religious diversity is also very important in Oklahoma City. OKC is home to nine Buddhist temples, four Muslim mosques, two Hindu temples and six Jewish temples or synagogues. You can find more about religion in the metro here.