With no shortage of restaurants, clubs, and major shopping centers, Tulsa gives you plenty of ways to spend your
(or your parents') money.
Cherry Street, just two miles from campus, features antiques shops, sidewalk cafes, and bookstores. There's even a farmer's market on Saturday mornings from April through October. It's an eclectic blend that adds up to good times day and night. Brookside
, with its densely packed clubs, trendy eateries and boutique shops, has an electricity about it that led Tulsans to dub it "The Restless Ribbon" years ago. From sushi to shopping, Brookside offers it all.
The Brady Arts district downtown is a growing area of entertainment options, including an art house theater, dance clubs and restaurants. It's also the home of the Brady Theater
and Cain's Ballroom
, two of Tulsa's premier venues for live music.
Ready to shop? Woodland Hills Mall
and The Promenade
provide plenty of mall culture, while the upscale Utica Square
, just two miles from campus, features high-end boutique and franchise shopping.