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Try 21 of the OKC Metro's Best Breakfasts

Oklahoma City’s Best Restaurants and Diners for Starting the Day Right



 When we were kids, we were told it was the most important meal of the day. Foundation for good health, essential component of doing well in school, that sort of thing. Words like “balanced” and “nutritious” got thrown around a lot. And while all of those descriptors may have been accurate, they do make the breakfast experience sound disappointingly utilitarian; a necessary if boring chore. Now that we’re adults, it’s time to acknowledge the powerhouse potential for pure morning enjoyment once you leave the bowl of cereal or instant oatmeal at home and head out into the world. After a gleeful amount of sunny-side-up research, we’re pleased to present a bevy of recommendations for some of the city’s most supremely delicious ways to break your fast and shatter your expectations at the same time.


DELICIOUS DINERS
 

CLASSEN GRILL

Eggs Benedict

Two English muffins, a thick slab of ham, perfectly poached eggs and a thick coating of practically the Platonic ideal of Hollandaise sauce. When it’s executed this well, how could you improve on an all-time great?  (That question was rhetorical, but in the interests of complete reporting you can also get it Chinook-style, with salmon patties instead of ham.)

P.S. If you settle up and leave and then start to weep softly without knowing why, it’s probably because you neglected to try the side of cheese grits. They are magnificent.


JUAN DEL FUEGO

Chorizo Omelet

There are plenty of menu options at this little joint tucked into Norman’s Redbud Plaza (the banana or blueberry pancakes are both quite good), but given that its full name is Juan del Fuego Mexi-Diner, visitors owe it to themselves to swing for the spicy fences by trying one of the casa specials – like this cheesy omelet filled to bursting with deliciously slow-building heat courtesy of the homemade chorizo. The ripe avocado slices on top are an act of palate-soothing kindness.


ROCKY MOUNTAIN GRILL

Breakfast Burrito

The owner/chef is from Colorado, hence the name of his hole-in-the-Edmond-wall diner and his love for green chilies. If that’s not an affection you already share, it likely will be once you start making a dent in this gloriously giant helping of sausage, crumbled bacon, eggs, cheese, hash browns and peppers inside a tortilla and smothered in an eye-watering sauce. The wonderfully potent dish is an incredible value, like the menu as a whole – and should your taste buds not be in the mood for quite this level of fieriness, the giant fluffy pancakes are excellent examples of the form. The tiny diner is a genuine gem; highly recommended.


SHARTEL CAFÉ

Breakfast Sandwich

Lingering lazily over a lengthy brunch laden with mimosas and extra coffee is one of life’s enduring pleasures … but sometimes you simply don’t have that kind of time. That doesn’t mean you should skip breakfast entirely; grab a bite of portable goodness in the form of your choice with this sandwich whose every component conforms to your selection. We suggest fried eggs with ham and provolone
on a croissant, but follow your heart. (So much the better if your heart also wants a killer Mango Tango smoothie to accompany it.)
 


THE DINER

Kitchen Sink Omelet

When a locally owned restaurant has been this popular for this long (18 years under current ownership, under other names and management back to 1890), it’s a clear sign that they’re very good at what they do. So while you might be tempted to take them up on a daily special like the Southwest Eggs Benedict with its spicy Hollandaise, we recommend throwing caution to the wind and putting your trust in the chef: The Kitchen Sink is a three-egg omelet with five ingredients plus cheese, but the cook chooses the components. With a chaser of perfectly done hash browns or home fries, you have every reason to feel lucky.


GRIDDLE CLASSICS AND BAKED GREATS

SYRUP

Morning Glory

The decision between starting the day with a crisp, hot, buttery waffle or a hefty mound of eggs laden with bacon and cheese can be a difficult one … unless you make your way to breakfast boutique Syrup, where the one is piled high atop the other in a luscious (and brilliant) combination. Or if you’re good at decisions, adorn a stack of pancakes to a specific tee by choosing from a bank packed with toppings. Wash them down with another cup or three of Stumptown coffee and get moving on your day. Any minute now.
 


KITCHEN 324

Smoked Salmon

The pastry counter is crammed full of handmade doughnuts, scones, chocolate croissants, Danishes and other goodness from the oven; symbolic of baking prowess that’s the foundation of much of the menu. The smoked salmon, roe, slivers of red onion and generous helping of cream cheese forming this dish would be lost without the toasty bagel holding it all together. And by the way, a glass of the tartly fragrant pineapple/green apple/lemon/mint juice blend makes a nice pairing with almost anything.


FLINT

Lemon Ricotta Pancakes

An aromatic hint of citrus freshens the impact of these fluffy confections, which are sweet enough to enjoy with no more ornamentation than a pat of butter … though they also work nicely with the warm syrup provided, and a little extra quirk of flavor is delivered by the dollop of tangy papaya chutney on top. And one more thing: they’re colossal. Diners should get a prize of some kind for managing to finish the stack of three, assuming they haven’t opted instead for the berry compote-crowned Challah French Toast or the Biscuits and Incredibly Delicious Gravy (it might not actually be called that, but it should be).


INGRID'S KITCHEN

Apple Cinnamon French Toast

The German restaurant is famed for its bakery, and rightly so. It’s a prime source for huge Black Forest cakes and cookies by the score. But our focus is on main dishes, right? No problem: This sugary confection has sweetened apples baked directly into the bread, and is more than tasty enough to stand out amid a host of other carbs. And if you’re worried about the meal not being Teutonic enough, you can (which is to say “should”) always add a side of Nuremberg sausage.
 


WAFFLE CHAMPION

Craft Pulled Pork Sandwich

Put aside for the moment the knowledge that WC’s namesake waffles can be served with any of a bevy of sugary toppings like lemon curd or peanut butter mousse, because you need to try this. While it might seem counterintuitive, after a few bites it can only be called a stroke of brilliance: Combining sweet and savory by wrapping a fresh, chewy waffle around succulent barbequed pork, coleslaw made with Maytag blue cheese and a drizzle of Tabasco honey forms a genuinely unique taste experience that sticks with you in the best way; recurring cravings await.


THE BEST OF BRUNCH
 

MUSEUM CAFÉ

Shrimp and Grits

Upscale ambience needn’t be divorced entirely from fare that’s conceptually “down home.” In addition to a quite impressive plate of fried chicken and waffles, the OKC Museum of Art’s in-house dining establishment serves up a masterpiece take on a Deep South classic in this collocation of seasoned shrimp, bell peppers, chunks of tasso “ham” (which is really more of a spicy pork shoulder) and Andouille sausage, all swimming in white cheddar grits and set off with a pair of lightly fried eggs. Take it slow – it’s extremely rich – and don’t be a hero about cleaning your plate.


LOTTINVILLES

Brunch Buffet

The haven for fine dining in Edmond is also home to a choose-your-own feast on Sundays, where traditional options in the vein of scrambled eggs and waffles and mountains of fruit cozy up alongside more substantial tastes like blue corn chicken enchiladas and selections from its renowned wood-fired grill. Culinary happiness can be as simple as selecting exactly what, and how much, you want.


DEEP FORK GRILL

Biscuit Belly

A whimsical name for a seriously soigne weekend dining experience: The namesake ingredients are homemade biscuits supporting a slab of grilled pork belly, the thick-cut, uncured, unbelievably rich protein that dreams and bacon are made of. Regular old white gravy wouldn’t quite fit the tone, so instead replace it with a hearty mushroom ragout and serve with thoroughly creamy Boursin cheese, fried potatoes and fresh fruit, and voila! Or perhaps more appropriately, Mmmmm! In a more enticing option for those who aren’t fans of mushrooms, the Deep Fork version of French Toast is soaked in a mixture of eggs, cream, Cointreau, orange zest and cinnamon before being seared to a golden finish.


LOCAL

House Brunch

It’s a slightly different take on the dining concept – rather than perusing a menu and selecting individual entrées, weekend diners walk in and say “[x] brunches, please.” They’re then treated to a three-course setup served family-style, and while the components vary – one weekend might see a fruit/cheese/pastry tray, a platter of bacon and eggs with cheese grits and individual plates of gingerbread pancakes(!) – there’s always a flavorful bounty of the highest quality.


CHEEVER'S CAFÉ

Masa Vallo con Huevos

Cheever’s says it specializes in American cuisine with Southwest influences – that’s code for “superbly delicious.” Though the enchiladas and migas are superb, for something unique sample this creative assembly of cornmeal cakes under a large dose of rich, creamy shrimp risotto, two poached eggs and a blanket of intriguingly flavorful ancho cream sauce (with sides of pico de gallo and salsa verde) and see for yourself. Just don’t be surprised if you decide repeated further research is necessary next week, and the week after.


HEFNER GRILL

Eggs Baltimore

Aside from Johns Hopkins, what’s the best thing about Baltimore? Crab cakes! (Sorry, Ravens fans.) The savory, slightly crispy crustacean-based patties are generally confined to the realm of appetizers … except when elevated to stars of the breakfast stage by topping two of them with poached eggs and a smooth coat of Hollandaise sauce, like a more maritime version of Eggs Benedict. And while they are undeniably great, if you fear feeling a trifle culinarily homesick (the East Coast is fairly far away, after all), drop a few bites of Southern style into the mix via a side order of Fried Green Tomatoes.


WEST

Steak and Eggs

While divinely delicate pastries and confections have their undeniable charms, sometimes you just want to sink your teeth into some protein – these done-to-order beef medallions are paired with two eggs and rosemary potatoes (a mix of white and sweet), and surmounted by a zesty pesto. Pro tip: Order a side of the Brioche French Toast, a sweet-toothed triumph with a beignet-like texture served with vanilla anglaise and chilled raspberries. It could be overpowering en masse but is just right as a smaller accent.


FAR-OUT FLAVOR
 

CAFÉ DO BRASIL

Feijoada

A restaurant named for a foreign country should by rights feature said country’s national dish; sampling it is more of a pleasure than a duty because it’s super-tasty. A dark, satisfying stew of black beans, pork, sausage and redolent spices, it’s served with rice, collard greens and the toasted flour concoction called farofa so diners can create their preferred texture profile. Top it off with some passionfruit mousse or enormous fresh-baked muffins. Or both.


LA BAGUETTE

Croque Madame

The elegant French restaurant is a producer of pastries par excellence, though for the full breakfast experience, it’s a genuine treat to relish a slice of flaky-crusted quiche (available in multiple varieties), spinach-stuffed crepes set off with top-notch chicken sausage or the caloric glory of this toasted ham and Swiss sandwich slathered with a luxuriously smooth béchamel sauce. If it weren’t rich enough (you may be grateful for the accompanying fresh fruit), it’s then crowned with a pair of runny-yolked sunny-side-up eggs. You’ll need a fork, bien sur, mais c’est un sandwich formidable.


STELLA

Poached Eggs on Polenta with Capicola and Tomato Sauce

Sometimes the name says it all, or in this case most: This dish’s title lists most of its ingredients but doesn’t mention that the base of polenta is lightly grilled to give it a little extra texture, or how its creamy flavor is balanced by the salty, thinly sliced capicola and smooth provolone. Of course, it would hardly be an Italian delicacy without a ladling of house-made rustic tomato sauce, given a bit of extra kick via fresh basil leaves for a sublimely savory whole. And speaking of savor, if you were only ever planning to have pizza for brunch once in your life, make it one of Stella’s brick oven specials.
 


CAFÉ KACAO

Desayuno Chapin

A Guatemalan restaurant can’t offer a more traditional dish than this collection, whose name even translates as “Breakfast of Guatemala.” It weds the familiar (simple scrambled eggs) to the slightly more unusual (warm flour tortillas, sour cream and silky smooth refried black beans) to the delectably esoteric (a piquant salsa verde and naturally sweet slices of fried plantains). The desayuno’s flavor isn’t confined to the morning hours; it and other fiery delights like the Spicy Tecpan are served whenever the café is open.
 


TORCHES AND REGULAR FORKS

If your favorite haunt isn’t in this list, don’t think of it as a condemnation and get up in arms; everybody has favorites, be they wildly popular (Jimmy’s Egg) or niche (Good Gravy). It’s a big metro, and as we’ve been glad to discover, delectability abounds.






 

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Telephone: 405.282.2800
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Where:
OK Hall of Fame Museum
1400 N Classen
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Telephone: 405.235.4458
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Where:
OKC Museum of Art
415 Couch
OKC, OK  73102
View map »


Telephone: 405.236.3100
Website »

More information

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Cost: $10-12

Where:
Oklahoma City Museum of Art
415 Couch Drive
Oklahoma City, OK  73102
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Telephone: 405.236.3100
Contact Name: Becky Weintz
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Cost: $75-$160

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Oklahoma Contemporary
3000 General Pershing Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK  73107
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Cost: $6-15

Where:
All OK River Cruise Landings
Oklahoma City, OK  73109


Telephone: 405.702.7755
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Cost: Free

Where:
Purple Loft Art Gallery
514 NW 28th
Oklahoma City, OK  73103
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Sponsor: The Purple Loft Art Gallery
Telephone: 405.412.7066
Contact Name: MaryAnn Ceballos

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Cost: $35

Where:
Exchange Landing
1503 Exchange Avenue
SW, over the bridge from Farmer's Market
Oklahoma City, OK  73109
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Telephone: 405.702.7755
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Where:
Current Studio
1218 N Penn
OKC, OK  73107
View map »


Telephone: 673.1218
Website »

More information

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Where:
Carpenter Square Theater
800 W Main
OKC, OK  73106
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Telephone: 405.232.6500
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Where:
Myriad Gardens
301 W Reno
OKC, OK  73102
View map »


Telephone: 405.235.3700
Website »

More information

Play ball! OKC's warriors of the diamond get set to host Nashville.

Where:
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
2 S Mickey Mantle
OKC, OK  73104
View map »


Telephone: 405.218.1000
Website »

More information

If a swift, entertaining musical tale of two kids falling in love is the one that you want, Upstage Theater has the word for you.

Where:
Mitch Park
1501 W Covell
Edmond, OK  73003
View map »


Telephone: 405.285.5803
Website »

More information

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Where:
Wiley Post Airport
7200 NW 63rd
OKC, OK  73008
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The Blue Door
2805 N McKinley
OKC, OK  73016
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Telephone: 405.524.0738
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A slice of American (and Oklahoman) history retakes the spotlight in this exhibition of works created under the New Deal's Federal Art Project.

Where:
OKC Museum of Art
415 Couch
OKC, OK  73102
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Telephone: 405.236.3100
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Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic presents an overview of the artist’s career including around sixty of his oil paintings, stained glass and sculpture. The exhibition...

Cost: $10-12

Where:
Oklahoma City Museum of Art
415 Couch Drive
Oklahoma City, OK  73102
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Telephone: 405.236.3100
Contact Name: Becky Weintz
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A joint exhibition of Western portraiture and iconography from Oklahoma Hall of Fame artists Mike Larsen and Harold T. Holden.

Where:
OK Hall of Fame Museum
1400 N Classen
OKC, OK  73106
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Telephone: 405.235.4458
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The OKC Museum of Art screens overlooked treasures and unsung independent films.

Where:
OKC Museum of Art
415 Couch
OKC, OK  73102
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Telephone: 405.236.3100
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It's not quite Hamilton, though it's written by Lin-Manuel Miranda - prepare to get fired up by this upbeat tale of cheerleading competition.

Where:
Pollard Theater
120 W Harrison
Guthrie, OK  73044
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Telephone: 405.282.2800
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Arise Ministries will host their 13th annual conference for single moms, Survive ‘N’ Thrive Unplugged, re-invented into a single-day format featuring 12 empowering speakers and designed...

Cost: $30

Where:
Crossings Community Church
14600 Portland Ave.
Oklahoma City , OK  73134
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Sponsor: Arise Ministries
Telephone: 405.812.5137
Contact Name: Shelley
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Expand your skills and explore your creativity this summer. Enrollment is open for our four- and eight-week classes designed for artists at any level. Under the guidance of experienced instructors,...

Cost: $75-$160

Where:
Oklahoma Contemporary
3000 General Pershing Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK  73107
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Sponsor: Oklahoma Contemporary
Telephone: 405.951.0000
Contact Name: Lori Brooks
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Departs Exchange Landing | Saturdays (May  – August) | 11:40 am Experience history as you never have before. Colorful Oklahoma characters will reenact history through the eyes of...

Cost: $6-15

Where:
Exchange Landing
1503 Exchange Avenue
SW, over the bridge from Farmer's Market
Oklahoma City, OK  73109
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Telephone: 405.702.7755
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Saturday cartoons aren’t just for the children anymore. Share the classics with your crew every Saturday on an Oklahoma River Cruise. Kids 6 and under ride free.

Cost: $15 (free for kids 6 and under)

Where:
Exchange Landing
1503 Exchange Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK  73109
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Telephone: 405.702.7755
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Dust off those chaps and spurs and saddle up! Enjoy country music, party mix and a cash bar on these weekend cruises. View the evening ferry schedule online for evening departure times, and pay...

Cost: $6-15

Where:
All OK River Cruise Landings
Oklahoma City, OK  73109


Telephone: 405.702.7755
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The Purple Loft Art Gallery is pleased to represent the new work of Abstract Expressionist artists MaryAnn Ceballos and Jerry Piper. These 2 accomplished artists enjoy reinventing themselves...

Cost: Free

Where:
Purple Loft Art Gallery
514 NW 28th
Oklahoma City, OK  73103
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Sponsor: The Purple Loft Art Gallery
Telephone: 405.412.7066
Contact Name: MaryAnn Ceballos

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A Tony-winning comedy wraps up the Carpenter Square season as siblings reunite for arguments, complaints and eventually, bonding.

Where:
Carpenter Square Theater
800 W Main
OKC, OK  73106
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Telephone: 405.232.6500
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A full day of kayaking, dragon boat racing and other watery events - and an evening, thanks to the OGE NightSprints - plus food trucks and fun make this tradition a summertime blast.

Where:
Oklahoma River
800 Riversport
OKC, OK  73129
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Telephone: 405.552.4040
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The casino is hopping this month, with extra energy from the actor and country singer.

Where:
Riverwind Casino
1544 W Hwy 9
Norman, OK  73072
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Telephone: 405.322.6464
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Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park kicks off a new season with the Bard's take on the battle of the sexes.

Where:
Myriad Gardens
301 W Reno
OKC, OK  73102
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Telephone: 405.235.3700
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Play ball! OKC's warriors of the diamond get set to host Nashville.

Where:
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
2 S Mickey Mantle
OKC, OK  73104
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Telephone: 405.218.1000
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A joint exhibition of Western portraiture and iconography from Oklahoma Hall of Fame artists Mike Larsen and Harold T. Holden.

Where:
OK Hall of Fame Museum
1400 N Classen
OKC, OK  73106
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Telephone: 405.235.4458
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A slice of American (and Oklahoman) history retakes the spotlight in this exhibition of works created under the New Deal's Federal Art Project.

Where:
OKC Museum of Art
415 Couch
OKC, OK  73102
View map »


Telephone: 405.236.3100
Website »

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Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic presents an overview of the artist’s career including around sixty of his oil paintings, stained glass and sculpture. The exhibition...

Cost: $10-12

Where:
Oklahoma City Museum of Art
415 Couch Drive
Oklahoma City, OK  73102
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Telephone: 405.236.3100
Contact Name: Becky Weintz
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A trip to the amusement park becomes even more tempting with a fun-filled set from the '90s superstars.

Where:
Frontier City
11501 N I-35 Service
OKC, OK  73131
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Telephone: 405.478.2140
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If a swift, entertaining musical tale of two kids falling in love is the one that you want, Upstage Theater has the word for you.

Where:
Mitch Park
1501 W Covell
Edmond, OK  73003
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Telephone: 405.285.5803
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OKC Comedy is dedicated to making the metro laugh, and they've outdone themselves this month, bringing local audiences the gifts of Tig Notaro Jun 10, Lady Parts Justice League Jun 13 and The...

Where:
ACM@UCO Performance Lab
329 E Sheridan
OKC, OK  73104
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Politically charged and unapologetically feminist, this shows harnesses the talents of dozens of local women creators, with proceeds benefiting OKC Artists for Justice.

Where:
Current Studio
1218 N Penn
OKC, OK  73107
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Telephone: 673.1218
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Edmond's citywide celebration of Independence Day spans more than a week of events, excitement, food and all kinds of fun.

Where:
Throughout Edmond
Edmond, OK


Telephone: 405.340.2527
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It's not quite Hamilton, though it's written by Lin-Manuel Miranda - prepare to get fired up by this upbeat tale of cheerleading competition.

Where:
Pollard Theater
120 W Harrison
Guthrie, OK  73044
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Telephone: 405.282.2800
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