Shopping in Oklahoma CityWhether you are looking for Western wear or the latest in high fashion, you can find it in Oklahoma City's department stores and specialty shops.
Establishments that sell cowboy hats, boots and belts are Langston's Western Wear , 2224 Exchange Ave.; Sheplers Western Wear , 812 S. Meridian; and Tener's , 4320 W. Reno. Other characteristic Oklahoma City purchases are Native American art and jewelry.
Several enclosed malls are convenient for one-stop shopping. To the north is Penn Square Mall , 1901 Northwest Expwy., one of the largest malls in the area, where Dillard's, JCPenney and Macy's are the anchor stores. Also north of the city is Quail Springs Mall , Memorial Road at Pennsylvania Avenue, with anchors Dillard's, JCPenney and Von Maur. The Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City, off I-40 at 7624 W. Reno Ave., features more than 90 shops and eateries.
Shops, nightclubs and restaurants crowd the historic commercial area known as Bricktown , named for its many turn-of-the-20th-century red brick warehouses. A canal lined with eateries offering outdoor seating winds through Bricktown and links downtown OKC with parks and the Oklahoma River.
Oklahoma City, OK
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Oklahoma City levies a sales tax of 8.38 percent, a lodging tax of 13.87 percent and a rental car tax of 14.37 percent.
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123 Park Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102. Phone:(405)297-8900
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Several rental car agencies serve the Oklahoma City area. Hertz, (405) 681-2341 or (800) 654-3080, offers discounts to AAA members.
Amtrak's Heartland Flyer provides daily train service between Oklahoma City and Fort Worth, Texas. The station is at 100 South E.K. Gaylord Blvd. Phone (800) 872-7245.
Greyhound Lines Inc. and Jefferson Lines are the major bus lines that serve the city. They both operate out of the same terminal at 1938 E. Reno Ave. Phone (405) 606-4382.
Cab companies include A1 Taxi Service, (405) 321-3111; and Yellow Cab, (405) 232-6161. Taxis are metered and charge $2.75 per call for the first 1/8 mile and an additional $.25 per 1/8 mile. There is a $1 charge for each additional passenger ages 12+.
EMBARK, (405) 235-7433, operates throughout the metropolitan area. The main terminal/transit center is at 420 N.W. 5th St. Bus fare is $1.75; 75c (ages 7-17 and 60+). A 1-day pass is $4; $2 (ages 7-17 and 60+). Downtown Discovery shuttle buses traverse the downtown area between the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum and Bricktown; fare is free.
Oklahoma River Cruises operates on the Oklahoma River April through December. Boarding points for the 1.25-hour trip are at Regatta Park, 701 S. Lincoln Blvd.; Meridian Landing, 4345 S.W. 15th St.; Exchange Landing, 1503 Exchange Ave.; and Bricktown Landing, at 334 Centennial Dr. Fare is $6 per stop, $15 maximum; $3 per stop, $7.50 maximum (ages 7-12 and 60+). Phone (405) 702-7755.