Sleep Inn & Suites
12024 North I-35 Service Rd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73131
Phone: (405) 478-9898
Fax: (405) 478-0022
The Conservatory is a locally loved venue that showcases the best of local music, as well as well-regarded national and international acts. The gigs are for all ages and attract a delightfully diverse crowd. Check the website for details of upcoming concerts.
The food is very basic, burgers and fries. The specialty (if you can call it that) is a greasy onion burger. But people do not typically come here for the food. There is live music every Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday nights, and sometimes on Saturday, too. The music is rockabilly and progressive bluegrass. Aside from enjoying the music, you can also enjoy pool tables, dartboards and five television sets where you can watch the game.
This LGBT club located right off I-44 is hosted within OKC's largest gay resort, the Habana Inn. The Copa presents theme nights throughout the week and some of the shows range from DJs and karaoke to boxer shorts and drag queens, every night is something new. The proprietors also host many events for the LGBT community of Oklahoma and even if you are a not a guest at the resort, the club is open for everybody. Check website for show calendar and details.
Looking for great food and live music? Go no further. This hot spot has been offering both since 1976. It does not have music every night, so call ahead, but it gets some great acts like Red Hot Chili Peppers. Enjoy a sandwich or salad, or just munch of some of the appetizers. This trendy Nichols Hills restaurant and bar is perfect for dinner or a fun night out. Expect a cover charge if there is entertainment. Enjoy Happy Hour from 4p-7p Monday through Friday with domestic longnecks on special and a free buffet.
The Bora Bora Club is a great place to hangout in Oklahoma City. They feature well-known as well as upcoming bands and bring the best in music to fans. The venue is also available on hire for private events. Call for details.
This small but popular nightclub has been around since 1982. It is known throughout the city as being a gay bar, but it is often frequented by patrons of all ages, ethnicities and sexual orientations. Do not go expecting a variety of music. Angles is heavy on dance music. There is also a spectacular light show. For a wild time, stop in Thursdays and check out the weekly drag show. If you happen to be here in summer, call about the official Miss Gay Oklahoma Pageant. Cover charge is minimal, and there are nightly drink specials. Open 9pm onwards from Sunday to Thursday.
This club is primarily geared toward the lesbian and gay community of OKC, but everyone is always welcome. By Oklahoma City standards, this club has been here since time immemorial as it continues to ply strong drinks and great music in an unpretentious, laid-back atmosphere. Call for details to find out more about events and upcoming DJs.
Located in the inner city north side neighborhood, The Boom Boom Room is an over the top LGBT entertainment venue, nightclub and restaurant. This eclectic venue offers dinner theater shows, karaoke and theme nights throughout the week. Their most popular event is the weekly Sunday Gospel Brunch, where guests can enjoy a lively show as they dine on scrumptious breakfast cuisine.
Whether you are a folk fan or a hard rocker, the Blue Door likely has something to suit your taste. A unique venue, the club is part of owner Greg Johnson's home, adding to the intimacy of shows. The 100-seat room hosts performances by singers and songwriters. No big arena spectacles here, and what the club calls "roots-oriented" bands. You probably are not familiar with Blue Door regulars like Jimmy LaFave and Terri Hendrix, but give them a night of your time and you will be swept away by the music. Check the website for details of upcoming gigs.
If you find yourself downtown, Groovy's may be a little bit out of the way because it is actually closer to Nichols Hills and the Village. The club has a live DJ every Thursday night and on the weekends you can usually find music that is played over the state-of-the-art sound system until 2am. Most people come here to dance and the crowd is mixed, from young hardcore clubgoers to the over 35 gang, you can rest assured that you'll fit in at Groovy's.
Candy is another choice amongst many within the Bricktown club scene that has all the club requisites as the others. Here however, the dress code is strictly enforced, no T-shirts, tennis shoes or baggy clothing. Inside the theme is definitely candy, everything from the walls to the furniture is reminiscent of your favorite sweet shop. The drinks are standard and somewhat overpriced, yet the large dance floor makes up for it. The music usually varies from 80's and Top 40 to hip-hop and techno.
Club Albee is one of many nightspots in trendy Bricktown filled with locals that come from around the region, from Norman to Guthrie. As with other clubs in the neighborhood, there are theme nights throughout the week and weekend. In addition to a fully-stocked bar, patrons will also find a hookah bar in the back with tobacco fills and refills at great prices. As far as music is concerned, Albee blends a mix of 80's, electronic, Top 40, etc. Check website for more details and full event calendar.