Just north of the Business District is the famed Automobile Alley neighborhood. Broadway Avenue is the area's main road where back in the day the city’s car dealerships were situated, which gave rise to the areas name. Today, the dealerships are gone and left in their place is a district which has grown to be known as the home of the city’s best nightlife, bars, and restaurants.
A former warehouse district in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, Bricktown is a neighborhood full of entertainment options. At the center of the community sits Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, the home of the Oklahoma City Dodgers. Surrounding the ballpark, you can find many restaurants offering anything from a quick bit to a sit-down meal. Snaking among the residential and business district is the Bricktown Canal with scenic walking paths.
This type of burger is unique to Oklahoma. The Theta Burger is made with hickory sauce (similar to BBQ sauce), pickles, mayonnaise, and shredded cheddar all piled onto a bun which can be toasted or not. Get this distinct Oklahoma dish delivered from restaurants like Belle Isle Restaurant S&B’s Burger Joint.
Fried Onion Burger
The Fried Onion Burger is another burger from Oklahoma. It originated during the depression when onions were much cheaper than beef. The burger is made by combining grilled beef meat with grilled onions. Requiring much less expensive beef than a normal burger, this burger was a cheap alternative to help Oklahomans weather the depression. Try a Fried Onion Burger today from Tucker’s Onion Burgers or Bunny’s Onion Burger in Oklahoma City today.
A Fried Pie is a dessert pie that looks more like a small hand held treat than a piece of pie. Baked in individual pieces, a Fried Pie has a fruit filling wrapped in dough that is then fried until crispy and golden. Get this treat delivered today from restaurants like Jimmy’s Round Up Cafe or Fried Pie Place.