Posted April 29, 2009 by Kate Hamman
In the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, you'll find a booming entertainment district known as Bricktown, where you can spend countless hours but not necessarily a lot of money. Here, you can bowl in a chic alley/lounge before heading to a brewpub for signature ales. If you get hungry, try one of the best burgers in the city at a locally-owned joint.
RedPin Restaurant and Bowling Lounge: The recently opened RedPin has put a cool spin on the typical bowling alley by serving hip cocktails and food alongside its 10 lanes. Now you can bowl, drink, eat, or sit outside on the largest canal-front patio in Bricktown, without ever leaving the building. Games cost $4.50 before 5 p.m., $5.50 after that, and $6 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays while shoes will run you $3.25 per rental.
Bricktown Brewery: Come have a cold one at the very first brewpub in the state of Oklahoma. At Bricktown Brewery, you can sample the five rotating beers on tap for $3, including the popular Copperhead Amber Ale or Bison American Wheat, which have been around since the pub first opened in 1992. Weekends, when live bands play, can be a particularly hopping time.
Bricktown Burgers: This local hangout dishes up some of the city's best patties at prices that can't be beat. The fried onion burgers have brought many people to tears. If you'd prefer something other than ground beef or a meal that won't make you cry, the burger joint also serves sandwiches and fresh hand-cut french fries. The restaurant is only open for lunch from 10:30 to 2 p.m.
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