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Oklahoma City's most famous restaurant is Cattlemen's Steakhouse, located in Stockyards City at 1309 S. Agnew (tel. 405/236-0416; www.cattlemensrestaurant.com). Established in 1910 and catering to tourists and cowboys alike, it serves steaks hand-cut and aged on the premises, then broiled to perfection and served with a salad, baked potato, and rolls for $16 to $26. Popular also for its hearty breakfasts, it opens daily at 6am. No reservations are accepted.

Western Avenue, a short drive west of the many attractions in the Adventure District, is lined with restaurants, bars, and one-of-a-kind shops. For a romantic splurge or celebratory meal, the Metro Wine Bar & Grill, 6418 N. Western Ave. (tel. 405/840-9463; www.metrowinebar.com), fits the bill with its drawing-room ambience, subdued lighting, and eclectic cuisine that blends American fare with French and Asian influences, with most dishes priced between $16 and $30. True to its name, it also offers more than 400 bottles of wine, including half-bottles and more than 20 choices of wine by the glass. For families, a popular neighborhood choice is the Hideaway, 6616 N. Western Ave. (tel. 405/840-4777; www.hideawaypizza.com), known for its build-your-own pizzas made with fresh dough and signature thick, slightly sweet tomato sauce. Medium-size pizzas (eight slices) start at around $14.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.