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The Colony

918-749-4208
2809 S Harvard Ave
Tulsa, OK 74120

Since 1958, the space that is now the Colony is Tulsa has had several names. This legendary establishment was once owned by...

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Oakwood Bowl

580-233-8712
4709 W Owen K Garriott Rd
Enid, OK 73703

Bring the whole group to Oakwood Bowl in Enid for a night spent aiming for strikes and spares. This 20-lane bowling alley...

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Library Bar & Grill

405-366-7465
607 W Boyd
Norman, OK 73069

The Library Bar & Grill in Norman, named one of America's 10 Best College Town Bars by Esquire Magazine, is tucked away...

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Dust Bowl Lanes & Lounge OKC

405-609-3302
421 NW 10th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73103

Dust Bowl Lanes & Lounge in Oklahoma City's Midtown is a fun nightlife destination for bowling and much more. There...

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Angry Scotsman Brewing

405-673-7713
704 W Reno Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Open seven days a week, Oklahoma City's Angry Scotsman Brewing rotates 19 independent, locally-crafted ales on tap,...

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The Drum Room

405-604-0990
4309 N Western Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73118

If pimento cheeseburgers served on a pretzel bun or fried chicken and waffles sound good to you, head over to The Drum Room...

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Prairie Sun Casino

918-541-2150
3411 P Street NW
Miami, OK 74354

When you're hoping to rake in big winnings, head to Miami Nation's Prairie Sun Casino in Miami. At this grand...

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The Pump Bar

405-702-8898
2425 N Walker Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73112

The Pump Bar is one of the most unique nightlife spots in the Uptown 23rd district of Oklahoma City. Housed in what was once...

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Black Raven Pub

405-390-1400
1878 Church Ave
Harrah, OK 73045

Stop in to the Black Raven and enjoy an authentic Irish pub, right in the heart of historic Harrah. Taste the Emerald Isle...

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Rodeo Cinema

405-235-3456
2221 Exchange Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73108

Join Oklahoma City's burgeoning film community at Rodeo Cinema. Debuting in 1924 as a theater for silent movies, the...

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