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The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa features over 2,600 slot machines in a state-of-the-art facility.  Gamers will also find nine dining venues and nightlife hotspots at the casino along with the luxurious Hard Rock Hotel and the Cherokee Hills Golf Club.
The Choctaw Casino Resort in Durant offers over 3,000 slot machines as well as blackjack and poker tables. The resort casino is complete with eight dining venues, a well-appointed hotel and the fabulous Oasis water park area.
The Energy Bar located in the center of the gaming floor at the Riverwind Casino is a full-service bar and also offers patrons the opportunity to play electronic gaming machines right at the bar.
The University of Oklahoma's famous crimson and cream color scheme even extends to the drinks served at the sports bar in Sooner Legends, located in Norman.
The rustic decor of the Osage Casino in Bartlesville creates a wonderful ambiance in the 42,000 sq. ft. gaming facility. This casino offers more than 600 electronic games, as well as blackjack and poker tables.
Enjoy drinks in the modern lounge area of the Osage Casino in Bartlesville. Visitors can also feed their hunger around the clock at the casino's massive buffet or mouthwatering grill and deli counter.
A domed lighting feature at the Osage Casino in Bartlesville stands out above electronic gaming machines in the main gaming area.
Slot machines at the Osage Casino in Bartlesville stretch out into the main gaming room.  The casino offers more than 600 electronic gaming machines, six blackjack tables and two poker tables.
McNellie's Public House in Oklahoma City is a popular nightlife hotspot with 350 beers available plus a full menu of fine pub food and salads.
The Tumbleweed's Concert Arena brings national acts to the college town of Stillwater.
The Redpin Restaurant & Bowling Lounge in the Bricktown Entertainment District puts a new spin on a favorite pastime.  This hip, trendy nightlife spot features cool mood lighting, video walls above the lanes, upscale food and a full bar.
The slot machines at the Osage Casino in Tulsa offer plenty of thrills and keep the fun going 24 hours a day.  You can also catch the pulsating rhythms of world-class entertainment in the casino's event center.
Cheese fries are a crowd favorite at Eskimo Joe's in Stillwater.  Eskimo Joe's started as a small dive and college bar, but gained fame when their logo shirt became the second most popular t-shirt in the nation during the 1980s.
Arnie's Bar is a popular nightlife spot in Tulsa's Blue Dome District where the bartenders entertain the patrons as they mix drinks.
The Strip, a collection of live music venues, runs down Washington Street near Oklahoma State University.
Bass player John Cole and drummer David Hardman provide the beat for trombonist Dr. Kent Kidwell at the UCO Jazz Lab in Edmond.
Bass player Boyd Littell of Mama Sweet rocks the crowd during a set at The Deli in Norman.
Cool lanes and giant video walls make the RedPin Restaurant & Bowling Lounge in Oklahoma City's Bricktown Entertainment District a popular nightlife destination.
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