From the fine folks who brought you Rococo Restaurants and Catering in Oklahoma City comes The Manhattan – think the drink, not the Big Apple.

The Manhattan, in downtown’s Oklahoma Tower at 210 N. Park Ave, opened its doors to business gurus and trendy shop patrons in June 2017. It offers big-city lunch plates, such as its house-cured hot pastrami sandwich on rye with gruyere and the Big Apple salad (greens, apples, almonds and roasted chicken), and dinner entrees, such as the Lazy Man’s Lobster (sauteed in drawn butter and served with jicama slaw and potato wedges) and the pan-roasted filet mignon with mushroom duxelles, paired with a potato-and-blue cheese tower.

As for the joint’s name, you can try 14 variations of that signature cocktail. Plus, The Manhattan is open late to accommodate crowds after basketball games and concerts. It’s a sophisticated metropolitan gem in the heart of Loud City.

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