Top 10 Oklahoma City Rooftop Bars

On a recent trip to Oklahoma City. I was struck by the incredible history, landscape, and cityscapes Oklahoma City had to offer.

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During my extended stay, I got to visit some of the best rooftop bars in the area and tasted some of the finest drinks I have ever had hands down.

Oklahoma City did not disappoint. Check out my list of the best rooftop bars in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma below!


730 NW 23rd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Phone: 405-702-6960
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Guyutes features an eclectic scene serving comfort food with a twist. A dive bar feel without the “grunge”, the patio bar is one of the first in Oklahoma City.

When I visited, I had the chance to catch a game, but the atmosphere is just as enjoyable in the open-air listening to a few jams.

I sampled some Traffic Light nachos and indulged myself with a China Cat cocktail. In my opinion, they are must-tries.


201 NW 10th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Phone: 405-605-3771
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Packard’s is housed in a 1920s automotive showroom that has transformed into one of the best places for eclectic food and drinks.

Here, you’ll get to soak in spectacular views of the OKC skyline while you savor well-crafted cocktails and an impressive list of local beers.

You could even attend one of their live events or ESPN broadcasts. I came during lunch hour, which gave me a welcome opportunity to experience their delicious fontina shrimp dip.

While it was a touch too early for alcohol, I hear only good things about their jalapeno-infused Bloody Mary and cold-brewed Old Fashion.

O Bar

Ambassador Hotel, 1200 N Walker Ave 7th Floor, Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Phone: 405-898-8170
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The premier rooftop bar in Oklahoma City, O Bar offers breathtaking sunsets overlooking the city skyline.

Expect modern French bistro fare, led by Oklahoma’s culinary icon Kurt Fleischfresser. Their globally-inspired menu features appetizers to full-course meals.

I treated myself to some decadent truffle fries and The Empress cocktail, an irresistible cocktail that made my day. Their beer and wine offerings are well-selected combinations of local and international favorites.

Chalk Sports

1324 W Memorial Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73114
Phone: 405-242-2112
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Chisholm Creek’s luxury sports bar, Chalk Sports is always a winning bet. This rooftop bar offers Vegas-style books and a wide selection of TVs.

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So, you never have to worry about missing out on the action. Their menu serves up classic game-day foods with a luxurious touch.

The wings are always a fan favorite, which I paired with the obligatory beer. However, there are plenty of blended cocktail options, too. 

The Hall’s Pizza Kitchen

1004 N Hudson Ave STE 106, Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Phone: 405-600-1991
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Originally a food truck, this wood-fired pizza kitchen has creatively combined classic pizza flavors with seasonal flare. Their patio is cozy, inviting, and family-friendly.

I loved their unique flavors, while their gluten-free and vegan Bridge veggie pizza was a thrill to have. The Hall’s has a bakery, too, making it a great place for brunch.

Sidecar Barley & Wine Bar (Chisholm Creek)

13230 Pawnee Dr #200, Oklahoma City, OK 73114
Phone: 405-286-9307
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Located in the fastest-growing entertainment and shopping district, Sidecar Barley & Wine Bar has one of the largest rooftop bars in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Sidecar has an impressive collection of cocktails, spirits, wines, and beers. I tried out a few cocktails and beers.

But the one that left a lasting (and positive!) impression on me was the Patakahata cocktail. You’ll also find one of the finest Old Fashions in the state!

Social Capital Downtown

517 S Hudson Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73109
Phone: 405-270-7805

Craft beer enthusiasts flock to Social Capital Downtown. With 120 beers on draft, you are bound to find a favorite. Their specialty cocktails and wine lists are also a draw.

The Mexican-influenced bar food is light enough to accommodate an evening stroll in the beautiful Scissortail Park it overlooks. My top pick is the Destination Wedding, which was a pleasant local take on Mexican cerveza.

W XYZ Bar & Grille

209 N Walnut Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Phone: 405-605-2100

This posh bar is within walking distance of the Paycom Center, popular entertainment venues, and historical and cultural sites.

The menu offers bacon-wrapped salmon and thick, juicy burgers. I couldn’t resist ordering the Angus cheeseburger (with plenty of French fries!). I had lunch, but the menu is varied enough to be ideal for dinner and late-night outings, too.


333 W Sheridan Ave 49th Floor, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Phone: 405-702-7262
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With Lake Hefner to the west and the State Capital to the east, I adored the stunning views on offer at this restaurant! Bear in mind that this is a place to dress to the nines.

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Directed by legendary Kurt Fleischdresser and executive chef Paul Langer, dining here is second only to the spectacular scenery.

I particularly enjoyed the herb marinated chicken, which I happily paired with a charming sauvignon blanc.

Besides white wine, there are classic and modern specialty cocktails, craft beers, exquisite reds, and cider.

City and State

19 NE 6th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Phone: 405-702-9990
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Fairly new to the rooftop bar scene, City and State is the perfect place to tantalize your palate. Every meal is flawlessly executed and takes advantage of seasonal offerings.

A favorite for brunch, I adored City and State’s take on the southern classic, chicken and waffles. Keep in mind they have a business casual dress code.

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Written by Brian Nagele

Brian attended West Virginia University, then started his career in the IT industry before following his passion for marketing and hospitality. He has over 20 years experience in the restaurant and bar industry.

As a former restaurant owner, he knows about running a food business and loves to eat and enjoy cocktails on a regular basis. He constantly travels to new cities tasting and reviewing the most popular spots.

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