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  • Kimmi Houston
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    This little area is booming! The Jones Assembly is already a hopping new spot, a new parking garage is soon to open with 345 spots, and in Fall 2018 "The Clubhouse" will open with awesome apartment living! The intention of the West Village is to be able to close off the streets for special events and live music! You must check out this area! IMO...this will be the elite, golf-course-members-only type area to live and play!

    The West Village is a small area inside the Film Row District nestled between Sheridan Ave and Main St, Classen Blvd and Fred Jones Ave.
  • Penny Crownover
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    Oklahoma City, OK
    Do you like Rock and Roll and want a good burger? S&B Burger is your place. The price is reasonable and the staff is great. Drop by and enjoy good food and fun times.
  • Emily Askin
    RE/MAX At Home
    The Ruins Bar and Grille is Oklahoma City's newest establishment. It offers a full menu of delicious and delectable choices. If it is something from behind the bar you desire, then they offer crafty libations. Conveniently located off of I-35, it should be a hot spot for locals who live in East Edmond. They are open Monday-Thursday from 11:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11:30 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. If you visit during October, then hop on over to the Sanctuary for a few scares and screams. The Ruins is at 12101 N I-35 Service Rd, Oklahoma City, 73131.
  • Valerie McEvoy
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    Had a great time exploring the Oklahoma homes market in NW OKC and needed to stop, find some WIFI and get some work done. So what would be a great surprise while doing that? Discovering a fantastic OKC Italian restaurant, that's what!

    Papa Dio's in NW Oklahoma City has nice casual dining and it's a bit quieter than you'll find at large national chain restaurants. I love that it's locally owned! The chef and owner is a nice man named Bill Bonadio and the restaurant is located at 10712 N. May Avenue.

    Don't plan on Sunday Brunch there...Papa Dio's is open from 4:30 to 9:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 4:30 to 10:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday and is closed on Sunday. The food is amazing and the restaurant has a unique visual feature. In the middle of the dining room is a horseshoe shaped custom bar with a back bar made from wood that was brought in from an 18th century home in Louisiana. Wine list is great, too although I passed as I was working!

    Check out Papa Dio's in NW OKC soon...you will appreciate this locally owned OKC dining jewel!
  • Valerie McEvoy
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    Oklahoma City, OK
    I was recently shopping for homes with clients. Top neighborhoods so far reviewed? Glenhurst, Whitehall, Val Verde and The Greens. We stopped for lunch and to review homes we had seen in NW Oklahoma City today.

    We found a great spot in NW OKC to have lunch and, of course, I wanted to share that foodie fun find! Charleston's in Oklahoma City is locally owned by the Hal Smith Group. If you are familiar with Mama Roja, Red Rock Grill, Lakeside Grill, Louie's,and more then you know what I'm talking about!

    If you have never been to Charleston's, you're missing out! They focus on traditional American classics prepared from scratch daily. The inside of this place is warm, cozy, and inviting utilizing dark woods and gas lighting to create a handsome, casual and comfortable décor. Their food is also delicious and their desserts are phenomenal. I love the Spinach Dip and the salads..all the salads! Baked Potato Soup rocks, too! Eat hearty and enjoy this special OKC foodie recommendation!
  • Valerie McEvoy
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    This is a great time to be living in Oklahoma City and enjoying the development of our civic pride and life! Congratulations to OKC Thunder NBA MVP Russell Westbrook on winning such a prestigious award and making Oklahoma City so proud! Love our OKC Thunder and MVP 2017 Russell Westbrook.
  • Valerie McEvoy
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    Oklahoma City, OK
    Love digital technology when it allows you to write up contracts while enjoying something I have not eaten before...organic quesadillas! Location for this OKC foodie discovery? Ok'Sadilla in Oklahoma City!

    I love the Midtown and Downtown urban living areas of Oklahoma City. It's nice to find a locally owned small diner that creates unique, satisfying and priced right good food. This will definitely become one of my top places to schedule a return visit. They use fresh quality ingredients and the service is fast. Free WiFi too!

    Here's a few things I noted on the menu and wanted to share. Hope it gets your mouth watering:
    Barbecue Chicken Quesadilla - I love Earl's BBQ and this is in that superb category.
    Cheeseburger Quesadilla - Love a great cheeseburger? Belly up to this one.
    Side of Elotes with each order - Makes it heaven!

    So much happening in this area of Downtown and Midtown OKC. Dining, shopping and fun exploring the area, even while I'm getting work done. See you there soon!
  • Valerie McEvoy
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    Saturday in Oklahoma City is the start of 2017 Bricktown Beach! Okay, Oklahoma is landlocked, although we have great lake action, dining and recreation around Lake Hefner and our other amazing lakes. But if you are missing the "beach", then make some time to check out the 2017 Bricktown Beach! This is an ongoing fun event and runs from May 25, 2017 through August 31, 2017 in the Bricktown area of Oklahoma City.

    You'll find sand-filled outdoor areas with volleyball fun, games for the outdoors lover, and a actual beach at 2 South Mickey Mantle Boulevard. You really need to wear some summer beach attire and check it out. It's free and open to the public so come on out and have some fun!
  • Valerie McEvoy
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    Oklahoma City, OK
    I was in NW Oklahoma City and when my home buyer client needed to collect her thoughts over the many fine homes we viewed in Val Verde and Quail Creek, I decided to take her to Off the Hook in NW OKC. What a great decision that was.

    I know you might be thinking why OKC, a land locked city would have something to write home about when it comes to seafood, but OKC does! Off the Hook Seafood and More is more than my client expected. So, we stopped in to try the cuisine and discuss homes for sale.

    Located at 125 North Britton Road in NW OKC, this business actually started off as a food truck! From being a food truck venue, they moved into a closed Starbucks (I know...who would think there would be such a thing as a Starbucks that went out of business at that location). Well, that move was a success. They have developed a nice and steady clientele and if you eat there you will understand why.

    My top recommendations at Off the Hook are:
    * The grilled catfish fillet in Cajun seasoning perfection.
    * Seafood Rice and Fries
    * Anything with the lobster cream sauce.
    * Crazy Crawdaddy, full of delicious crawfish salad (my client's favorite)
    * The Melted Lobster, currently priced at $12 and worth it

    Humble, compact spot with counter service featuring an array of Southern-style seafood appeal to you? Then you'll find much to love about Off the Hook! Remember, they are closed on Mondays!
  • Valerie McEvoy
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    Oklahoma City, OK
    If you are living in the NW OKC area, my go to place for Valentine's candy and floral arrangements is Morrison Floral located at 4801 North Meridan Oklahoma City. I love to patronize locally owned small business. Morrison is a wonderful locally owned floral shop and much more.

    Here are some of my favorite things that I love about Morrison Floral in Oklahoma City:

    The Conservatory: Weddings actually happen at Morrison Floral! They have a conservatory which is a perfect spot to have your intimate wedding or event. With seating for up to 65 people, this indoor Garden Conservatory is just the right size for an intimate celebration. It's even nice to just visit and take a stroll..kind of like an indoor park!

    The Green House: Morrison has a great green house growing all kinds of flora! Another reason to take some time and relax.

    Perfect Birthday Concierge Service: They can get you out of a bind if you are at a loss for special and unique birthday gifts. Believe me, they've been a lifesaver for me at times!

    Check them out if you are in NW OKC! Check out the link below for details. You'll appreciate how much more than just a flower shop they are!
  • Valerie McEvoy
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    Da Vinci – The Genius, this event is only running for a few more days! Please take advantage of this one! It's a top shelf exhibit about Leornardo Da Vinci right here in our Oklahoma City area. This is a interactive experience that shows his gifts and talents in working his brilliance with science. If you love this period of history and innovation, then you'll want to check this special exhibit out before it ends. You can see replications of this works and ideas right there at our Science Museum of Oklahoma. Sunday, January 8th is the final day!
  • Wendy Chong
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    Are you ready to ring in 2017? If you are, ring it in in style at the OKC Arts Councils Opening Night 2017 in Downtown Oklahoma City. Bring your family and friends to enjoy various food trucks, performing artists, bands, crafts, and fireworks.

    Once again there will be a special "Children's Area" located in the Civic Center Hall of Mirrors where the whole family can enjoy art projects that are interactive, face paintings, and musical performances inside and out of the cold night air.

    The best of the best Oklahoma City food trucks will be out providing comforting, delicious and warm food to keep you stuffed before the midnight fireworks finale.

    At 9:00 p.m. at the BiCentennial Park in front of the Civic Center, Shortt Dogg will begin performing until midnight providing non-stop entertainment and excitement for revelers.

    Wristbands are available before December 31st for $8.00 at these participating locations: 7-Eleven Stores, metro Homeland stores, MidFirst Bank, and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Wristbands are $10.00 the night of the event.
  • Wendy Chong
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    The Works Progress Administration (WPA) was one of Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal programs that launched in 1935, during the Great Depression and Dust Bowl to bring much needed work-relief programs to over 8.5 million people in the United States. WPA employees were integral in the building of bridges, roads, buildings for public use, public parks and airports. The average salary for WPA workers was $41.57 a month. In 1936, the WPA began subsidizing resources for the arts and through the Federal Art Project (FAP) it employed 3,500 artists, many of whom became major American painters.

    The Oklahoma City Museum of Art will have a special exhibit entitled, "The Complete WPA Collection: 75th Anniversary" featuring rural American landscapes and the depictions of the WPA divisions of labor, infrastructure and industrial development. The museum is proud to showcase two prominent artist with Oklahoma ties in the collection of works; Acee Blue Eagle (Creek/Pawnee painter and muralist) and Elmer Capshaw (printmaker).
  • Wendy Chong
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    If you have not already been to the traveling exhibit, Da Vinci - The Genius at the Science Museum Oklahoma; you have got to go before it leaves on January 9, 2017. Visitors have to pay the admission into the museum and the Da Vinci exhibit separately; $9.95 for adults and $5.95 for children 12 and younger for Da Vinci, but it is well worth it as I always enjoy the new and old elements at the former Omniplex as it forever will remain in my mind and memories.

    The exhibit is interactive and includes several scale models of Da Vinci's inventions which are beyond astounding and brilliant. I myself spent almost two hours completely fascinated by the writings, inventions, drawings, and pure genius of one man. There is so much on display that I cannot even narrow down my favorite part as I took away something from everything. I will say that the breakdown of "Mona Lisa" was interesting as I had no idea that Da Vinci never stopped working on the painting from the time he started until his death and they actually have all the versions on display so you can see the evolution over time.

    Please, please, go visit the exhibit before it is too late and interact with a pure genius by pushing, pulling, cranking, and opening your mind to scientific principles. Trust me, you do not have to like or even love science to appreciate this exhibit.
  • Ryan Cole
    RE/MAX Energy
    This new attraction located in the Wheeler District of Oklahoma City has been a big hit for the area. With the family friendly atmosphere it is popular for families to enjoy with their children and also great for friends just looking for something new to do. 100 feet above the Oklahoma River the Ferris Wheel offers an incredible view of the Oklahoma City skyline! The Wheeler Ferris Wheel is located just south of the Oklahoma River. The Wheeler Ferris Wheel is specifically located at 1701 S. Western Avenue, Oklahoma City. Fares are $6 for a single ride, $10 for a day pass and kids three and under are free!
  • Wendy Chong
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    Oklahoma City, OK
    If you are looking for something fun and exciting for everyone of all ages to do this weekend, the 20th annual Septemberfest is the place for you. There will be a wide range of events for everyone to enjoy that include: tour of the Governor's mansion, storytelling, old fashioned games, hay bale maze, carriage rides, petting zoo, live entertainment, rock climbing, laser tag, face-painting, games, crafts, and more. All this to celebrate Oklahoma heritage and culture.

    The festival is held on the grounds of the governor's mansion, the state capitol, and the Oklahoma History Center. Admission to the Oklahoma History Center is free and all galleries and exhibits will be open to the public with volunteers on hand for guided tours and in-depth knowledge of artifacts. Visitors will enjoy meeting living historians representing cowboys, WWII veterans, land run participants, American Indians, Civil War re-enactors, and antebellum musicians at the History Center.

    Septemberfest is Saturday, September 10 at the Oklahoma Governor's Mansion on 820 N.E. 23rd Street and the Oklahoma History Center at 800 Nazih Zudhi Drive. Visitors will enjoy free admission. The festival hours are 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Valerie McEvoy
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    It's a hot day in OKC, but if the kids are still out of school and you want to venture out for some fun, then I found a neat event for you in Oklahoma City. The OKC Zoo is one of the most exciting zoos in the nation! If you've been in OKC for awhile then you've been aware of the improvements and developments in our 'Adventure District' and the OKC Zoo.

    Here's some affordable fun that you should consider sharing with the friends and family especially if you find animals and particularly Sea Lions as intriguing and fun. OKC Zoo is having daily presentations of their sea lions! These amazing creatures are showing off their water splash fun during these educational events at the OKC Zoo. Visit the OKC Zoo website link below and learn all about our wonderful OKC Zoo!
  • Valerie McEvoy
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    Not only is Oklahoma City blessed with our NBA Oklahoma City Thunder, but we have a burgeoning professional soccer scene. Our team here is OKC Energy and we played the Sacramento Republic FC on August 2nd at 7:30 p.m. Our team played their first season in 2014 and we are enjoying having this great sports asset here in Oklahoma City! It's easy to get to Taft Stadium, and remember to dress cool, and drink a lot of water. It's hot in August in Oklahoma! Next game is this weekend, August 6th at 7:30 p.m. See below for more information.
  • Ryan Cole
    RE/MAX Energy
    OKC Energy season is here! The season last from February-September. There is always plenty to do even before the match begins. The tailgate is conducted in the large area between Taft Stadium and Taft Middle School.  The tailgate features fan-friendly activities like soccer billiards and futsal as well as food and beverages for purchase.  The tailgate is open two hours before and closes 30 minutes prior to kick off. 
  • Valerie McEvoy
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    Okay, maybe you are partial to hot tea like me, but you can get it all on the 'Caffeine Crawl' that is happening this weekend in Tulsa, OKC, Edmond and Norman Oklahoma.

    Need a list of participating shops in the Oklahoma City 'crawl' area? Check out our local shops listed below. Hey...just a note...t, an urban teahouse, is top shelf and my favorite!
    Cafe Evoke
    Clarity Coffee
    Coffee Slingers Roasters
    Compass Coffeehouse
    Cuppies and Joe
    Elemental Coffee Roasters
    Gray Owl Coffee
    Junction Coffee
    Mariposa Coffee Roastery
    Second Wind Coffeehouse
    t, an urban teahouse
    White Bison Coffee

    Oklahoma City will showcase a full day on Saturday with six bike routes to pick from, including the first bike route for this Crawl. All routes are 3 hours long. Schedule is designed for biking and driving, but most of the stops are just as fast walking. If you get really caffeinated...you will have no problem walking fast!

    The weekend of events will end with another big After Crawl Party hosted by Coffee Slingers in Downtown OKC. Let's drink together celebrating some of the best beverages in Oklahoma! 816.679.2474 gets you more info.
  • Valerie McEvoy
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    I love being a member of the Myriad Gardens. One free event that is open to everyone is the last Saturday of the month Gardens Walking Tour. Even though I highly encourage you to join the Myriad Gardens, you can experience this wonderful asset to OKC for free. I recently toured the gardens and enjoyed it once again! We enjoyed two tours: “Plants for Color” and “Plants for Water Conservation” which highlighted plants in each season around the Gardens. Put this one on your future weekend schedule!
  • Wendy Chong
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    Oklahoma City, OK
    The urban core of Oklahoma City has many wonderful neighborhoods that were platted years before statehood. Nine of those neighborhoods are on the National Register of Historic Places and are part of Oklahoma City's Historic Preservation (HP).

    The Oklahoma City Historic Preservation Commission was established to oversee the Historic Preservation Districts and Historic Landmark Overlay Districts of the city and also to monitor preservation related activities that occur throughout the calendar year. The mission of HP is to preserve places throughout the city that represent, "historical, cultural, architectural, engineering, archeological significance" in the urban core of the city.

    The Historic Preservation Districts include: Crown Heights, Edgemere Park, Mesta Park, Jefferson Park, Heritage Hills, Heritage Hills East, Paseo, Putnam Heights, and Shepherd. Each neighborhood must adhere to the rules and regulations set by HP when it comes to the exterior of their homes. Each resident must ask for approval for exterior changes of their property to the Historic Preservation Commission which meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 2:00 on the third floor of City Hall and obtain a "Special Zoning Certificate of Appropriateness". Guidelines and handouts are available on the city's website.
  • Wendy Chong
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    A new project development is still in the planning stages in downtowns "Film Row". The mixed-use development is set to begin construction this summer with a budget of $60 million. The project will include 346 residences, 805 structured parking spaces, and 14,000 square feet for commercial space. The area of Film Row that will be under construction is on the west fringe of downtown near the 21c Museum Hotel that is in the old Ford Motel T assembly plant.

    The area is undergoing a massive face lift and revival. It will eventually link the new downtown boulevard to the south as well as the merging of Western Avenue into Classen Boulevard. Residents of the new building will be able to walk to the core of downtown Oklahoma City enjoying the Myriad Gardens, Bricktown, Automobile Alley, and Midtown.

    Film Row encompasses six acres. Once construction is complete, there will be a world class art museum and hotel (the 21c Museum and Hotel), restaurants, coffee shops, studio space specifically designed for live-work space, and an outdoor public area for the community. This is an incredible time for the west side of downtown Oklahoma City!
  • Wendy Chong
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    Oklahoma City, OK
    Automobile Alley is becoming a restaurant attraction for downtown Oklahoma City. On Monday, March 14th, Cultivar Mexican Kitchen opened at 714 N. Broadway, offering a distinct menu. Owner Gary Goldman has created in an industrial-farmhouse setting in the old Goodrich Rubber building a craft taco bar. The restaurant was created to give a contemporary drinking and dining experience that celebrates the history of the building and the city.

    Goldman and his partners salvaged several things from the building and turned them into a one-of-a-kind statement piece for the restaurant. The bar top is from reclaimed boxcar flooring, the original freight elevator was revived and repurposed as a private chef's table, and the west side of the dining room has been enclosed by twin garage doors that open to create a curbside patio.

    Tortillas are cooked fresh on a flat-top griddle and patrons can watch as the grinder works at the craft taco station. There is also a salad and burrito station where you can choose from 50 plus fresh ingredients and 15 house-made salad dressings. Craft cocktails, house sangria, and local craft beer and wine are available at the full-service bar. The menu itself ranges from seasonal tacos, salads, and burritos to rotisserie chicken and specialty quesadillas.

    Cultivar Mexican Kitchen is open Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Mondays from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., and Tuesday through Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m., and Fridays and Saturdays 11:00 a.m. to midnight.
  • Wendy Chong
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    This summer in the old Buick Building in Automobile Alley, a breakfast and lunch diner, a first for the historic corridor will open. Hatch Early Mood Food will be located at 1101 N. Broadway next to Broadway 10 Chophouse and across the street from Sidecar. One of the owners said, "When we see an opportunity, it's where we see a void in the market, we want to be part of the residential mixed-use play taking place in Midtown, Automobile Alley and Deep Deuce."

    Ten years ago, Red Prime Steakhouse was the first restaurant to open in the famed district and has fed some of the NBA's greats when in town to play the Oklahoma City Thunder. The latest restaurant will feature an open kitchen lined with countertop seating and booths along the opposite wall, an homage to Sambo's. The diner will have a modern twist with hardwood flooring, free Wi-Fi, and a communal setting at the front with television screens. On the north end of the current space, a 400 sq.ft. enclosed patio will be available for patrons.

    The diner's hours will be 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. daily. Breakfast items include: pancakes, muffins, chicken-fried eggs, and a variety of made-from-scratch deliciousness. The diner will also serve cocktails.

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