New Destination Dining Guide Features Oklahoma’s Tastiest Places 

Food lovers rejoice! A new Discover Oklahoma Destination Dining Guide is hot off the press and free to the public. This food lovers’ companion was compiled by the experts from the Integris’ Discover Oklahoma TV show, and is the ultimate guide to exploring more than 100 uniquely Oklahoman diners, kitchens, drive-ins, and restaurants from around the state.

Inside the Destination Dining Guide you’ll find page after glossy page of delectable photography, expert picks and behind-the-scenes insight to help you find or rediscover some of Oklahoma’s best restaurants. Whether chosen for the food, unusual décor, or personable wait staff, all promise to be memorable and worth the drive.

The Discover Oklahoma television crew scours the state from boarder to boarder on a regular basis and has compiled this guide for those of us who seek out culinary experiences beyond your average restaurant.

“Among the one-of-a-kind destinations featured on Integris’ Discover Oklahoma each week – from sand dunes to Sasquatch – nothing grabs the interest of our viewers quite like the stories about dining,” said Shel Wagner, executive producer of Integris’ Discover Oklahoma.

Our state’s unique history has evolved to create distinctive dinner plates where Native heritages meet Grandma’s recipe box and pioneer survival staples combine with Mother Road classics to produce a local flavor all its own.

Readers can discover Oklahoma one bite at a time by searching the guide by geographic region and city, or alphabetically by restaurant name. No matter how you slice it, you’re stomach is sure to start growling just by reading a few pages.

Can’t decide where to go just by reading the listings? Click over to and watch short videos from the show featuring all of the restaurants listed in the guide. I’ll warn you now, it’s going to make you hungry so just be prepared!

To order this free guide, call an Oklahoma Travel Counselor at 1-800-652-6552. This and other Oklahoma travel brochures are also available at Tourism Information Centers statewide or through the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department’s website You can order free brochures, research trip itineraries and look up event dates all from this one website.