Top Midtown Restaurants

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A BBQ bacon burger from the Garage.

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The Midtown area of Oklahoma City is a vibrant district with a number of interesting things to do, one of which is to enjoy the fantastic restaurants. From fine dining to casual meals and patio dining, here are some of the best Midtown restaurants, a list with review, features and contact information for each. 

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    Stella
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    Named the 2011 top new OKC restaurant by readers of the Oklahoman newspaper, Stella bills its cuisine as "Modern Italian." The small, upscale eatery has a number of excellent and unique Italian dishes.

    Information:
    - Address: 1201 N. Walker
    - Phone: (405) 235-2200

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    One of the best restaurants unique to OKC, so it deserves a high spot here. Wonderful for patio dining, Cafe do Brasil features unique and terrific Brazilian specialties, live music, exotic drinks and a fun atmosphere.

    Information:
    - Address: 440 NW 11th St., Suite 100
    - Phone: (405) 525-9779

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    Specializing in fresh ingredients from local farmers and ranchers, the "farm to table" idea, Ludivine is an upscale, urban eatery with an eclectic menu of unique choices, an extensive wine and drink list, and an intimate atmosphere perfect for a romantic or otherwise special occasion.

    Information:
    - Address: 805 N. Hudson
    - Phone: (405) 778–6800

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    Simply put, Irma's offers one of the best burgers in OKC. Pair it up with a beer and a relaxed atmosphere in Midtown's Plaza Court building, and you're sure to be pleased.

    Information:
    - Address: 1120 Classen Drive
    - Phone: (405) 235-4762

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    With Mexican and Latin dishes in a modern atmosphere, 1492 is an excellent dining choice in Midtown. The main dining area is contemporary elegance while the bar area, with its flat screen televisions, is a bit more casual. But either place, you'll enjoy several intriguing options outside of the typical "Tex-Mex" fare.

    Information:
    - Address: 1207 N. Walker
    - Phone: (405) 236-1492

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    Waffle Champion
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    Don't miss this one for breakfast. Heck, go any time. Serving handmade waffle sandwiches with just about any ingredient imaginable, Waffle Champion is perfect for any meal and is open until 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

    Information:
    - Address: 1212 N. Walker
    - Phone: (405) 525-9235

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    Located in a Packard Automobile showroom built in the 1920's, Packard's is a must-visit. The large rooftop patio offers a great view, and the menu features excellent, fresh choices of steak, ribs, fish, breads, vegetables and more.

    Information:
    - Address: 201 NW 10th Street
    - Phone: (405) 605-3771

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    Fassler Hall is a beer garden, but it's much more as well. Enjoy a huge selection of draft and bottled beer choices and a menu with German specialties in a unique atmosphere.

    Information:
    - Address: 421 NW 10th Street
    - Phone: (405) 609-3300

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    From the guys behind another Midtown restaurant, Ludivine, R&J is a 50's style lounge known for the extensive list of unique cocktails, but the food is no slouch either. There's an eclectic menu the includes Beef Stroganoff, New England Lobster Roll, salads, burgers and more.

    Information:
    - Address: 320 NW 10th Street
    - Phone: (405) 602-5066

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    James E. McNellie's Public House

    Right on the corner of Plaza Court in Midtown, McNellie's is a perfect after-work pub, one of the best in the city. Sample the large beer selection and tasty pub favorites in a casual atmosphere.

    Information:
    - Address: 1100 Classen Drive
    - Phone: (405) 601-7468

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    Hall's Pizza
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    You may remember enjoying the popular food truck. Well, now there's a brick and mortar location at 9th and Hudson, and it's a great dining experience with some of the best pizza you'll find in the metro. Enjoy by the slice or a whole pie, and add a delicious cookie and a local beer.

    Information:
    - Address: 1004 N Hudson, Suite 106
    - Phone: (405) 600-1991

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    Not really a restaurant but still worthy of inclusion here, Bleu Garten, located at the corner of NW 10th and Harvey, is a food truck park with outdoor, shaded seating, a bar and live music. Note that it's closed during the winter months of December through February.

    Information:
    - Address: 301 NW 10th Street
    - info@bleugarten.com​

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    It's a historic building and a historic name, and the new version of Kaiser's makes sure to keep the tradition alive. The famous ice cream and soda fountain remain, and visitors can enjoy the memorabilia as they enjoy soups, sandwiches and grill items in a casual or outdoor setting.

    Information:
    - Address: 1039 N. Walker
    - Phone: (405) 232-7632
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    There are several Louie's locations across the metro, so it's not exactly unique to the Midtown area. Nevertheless, it merits mention as a bar and grill option. There are plenty of televisions to watch sporting events, the bar offers a large selection and food choices include burgers, sandwiches and pizza.

    Information:
    - Address: 1215 N. Walker
    - Phone: (405) 230-1200

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    The Garage Burgers
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    There are several other Garage Burgers locations around the metro, but this one might be the best, in part because of the wonderful patio area.

    Information:
    - Address: 1117 N. Robinson
    - Phone: (405) 602-6880