Oklahoma City’s low cost of living means you will have more money in your pocket to enjoy the metro’s thriving retail scene. Oklahoma City is home to fast-growing lifestyle developments, malls stocked with national brands and hip, unique local boutiques.
Penn Square Mall
One of the best performing malls in the region, Penn Square is classic mall shopping with some higher-end retail and dining options located in north Oklahoma City.
On the west side of the metro, visit many new-to-market locations and other typical favorites at the state’s only outlet shopping center.
Classen Curve and Western Avenue
North of downtown in central Oklahoma City, Western Avenue is the perfect stretch of street to explore if you like curated antiques. Alongside staples like Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s, Classen Curve has all the upscale shopping that you might need, including luxury clothing, athleisure brands, jewelry and homeware retailers like Sur La Table.
Quail Springs Mall
On the far north side of Oklahoma City, this big, airy mall has a large multiplex movie theater and it is surrounded by national restaurants and lots of big box retail.
Stroll through unique shops, antique outlets and other funky, independent businesses.
On the northern edge of downtown and just west of Automobile Alley, the Midtown district connects the hustle and bustle of downtown with the stately historic neighborhoods to its north. With a mix of unique shops, like Black Scintilla, it’s a great place to experience the best of OKC’s recent urban renaissance.
Located north of downtown along Broadway Avenue, the Automobile Alley district was originally home to the city’s car dealerships, a fact that is immortalized in the neon signs that still hang from its original buildings. The past and the present combine to make this district effortlessly cool with lots to offer, including some of Oklahoma City’s best shopping like Plenty Mercantile and Shop Good.
Shop at local favorite Painted Door, and stroll through Upper and Lower Bricktown for many more shopping and dining options. Bricktown is also home to Oklahoma City’s Bass Pro Shops, which can be a destination in itself.
Memorial Road Corridor
The Memorial Road corridor, located in north Oklahoma City, is one of Oklahoma City’s most dynamic retail areas. In addition to established restaurants and the Quail Spring Mall, the corridor is also home to the Chisholm Creek development, where the state’s only Cabela’s is located. Memorial Road is also home to the soon-to-open Costco.
50 Penn Place
Office tower with multi-level mall on lower floors. Retail trending upscale but with casual dining options.