Part of the beauty and nostalgia of the holiday season is the decor. The silver and gold, greens and reds, the various shades of blue, the lights, and all the sparklies. (Everything. Must. Sparkle.) Downtown Tulsa is embracing all the twinkly lights and tinsel for you to gaze at in wonder. We hope you'll make time to experience it with us!
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Dilly Diner is Tulsa's go-to for breakfast all day, lunch, and late-night dining! This Downtown staple at 402 E. 2nd St. also serves brunch on Saturdays and Sundays with a full stocked bar. Come enjoy deliciousness surrounded by holiday cheer.
Welcome to The Mayo Hotel & Residences, a historic Tulsa icon rising tall and grand at 115 W. 5th St. in the middle of the Deco District. Check in for a warm stay at this rockstar holiday spot!
The Philtower Building completed in 1928 is an Instagram-worthy Tulsa treasure that represents the Gothic Revival architecture style. Come take a look at 427 S. Boston Ave. and see at all their pretty holiday decor! Don't miss the four Pop-Up Shops in this dazzling building.
Good food, good cocktails, good coffee, and lovely decor. Put Hodges Bend on your holiday to do list! You can find them at 823 E. Third St.
Downtown Tulsa’s AR Holiday Tree is an augmented reality effect on Facebook and Instagram which can be accessed via a QR code on three giant holiday gifts at Fifth and Main. Snap the code and choose your platform before seeing a colorful, animated tree in the middle of the intersection. The tree flashes with dazzling lights when you capture photos or videos. Tag Downtown Tulsa when sharing your AR Tree content!
One of three Downtown locations, Topeca at 507 S. Boston Ave. is a hotspot for coffee, celebratory cocktails, and other bevvies. Their bar is festive, and they have yummy holiday specials for you to try, as well!
Williams Tower Lobby
Use the 2nd Street entrance (or ride the escalator downstairs from the skybridge entrance) to see an adorable forest of peppermint trees. To up the cuteness factor even more, One Williams Center Property Management installed a gorgeous red and white balloon arch photo op!
Made is home to handmade goods from over 400 makers and crafters, many of whom are right here in Oklahoma in the heart of the Tulsa Arts District. They have the cutest decor that you can enjoy and purchase!
I'll catch you wandering around Downtown Tulsa.