Bartlesville has plenty of local dining, including such favorites as Arby's, Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Buffalo Wild Wings, Chilies Bar and Grill, McDonald's, Rib Crib, Braums, Eggberts, Long John Silvers, A&W, Lot-A-Burger, Montana Mike's Steakhouse, Sonic, Subway, Taco Bell, Wendy's, Domino's Pizza, Hideaway Pizza, Mazzios Pilzza and Pizza Hut.
For a taste of restaurants unique to Bartlesville, visit one of the places listed below...
Bambino's Downtown Bistro
Café on the Plaza
Cup n' Cake
Dink's Pit Bar-B-Que
Frank & Lola's
Half Dollar Cafe
Jared's Frozen Custard
O'Briens Cake Co.
Painted Horse Bar and Grill
The Rolling Pin Bakery
El Maguey Mexican Grill
Luigi's Italian Restaurant
New York Pizza Den
Game time Pizza
New China Buffet
SoHo Hibachi and Sushi
These are local events that are held in the Bartlesville/Dewey area annually. For more information, visit www.visitbartlesville.com
May - Stray Cat Car Show
May - Delaware Pow Wow
May - H.O.T. Street Party
June - Sunfest
June - OK Mozart
June - Antique & Collectible Fair and Sale
June - Woolaroc Kidsfest
July - 4th of July Celebrations
July - Glen Winget American Legion Baseball Tournament
July - H.O.T. Street Party
August - Green Country Rodeo
September - the Kan-Okla 100 Mile Highway Sale
September - Oklahoma Indian Summer Festival
September - Tulsa Regional Fly-In
September - Dewey Western Heritage Weekend
September - Outboard Hydroplane Racing
October - Kiddie Park Spook-A-Rama
November - Woolaroc Wonderland of Lights
December - Dewey and Bartlesville Christmas Parades
Thereare many things to do in the Bartlesville area. The following is just a few of the many sites, museums, and other things to do while visiting. For a complete list and descriptions, visit www.visitbartlesville.com
"The Merc" - The Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond's Mercantile; Restaurant, Store and Bakery ... A foodies must see just 20 miles away in downtown Pawhuska. https://www.themercantile.com/
Frank Lloyd Wright's Price Tower and Price Tower Arts Center - Frank Lloyd Wright's only built skyscraper. Rising 19 stories, it features the Copper bar on the 15th floor offering spectacular views of Bartlesville and the surrounding countryside. http://www.pricetower.org/
Woolaroc Ranch, Museum and Wildlife Preserve - The country estate of oil baron Frank Phillips, it features one of the most outstanding western art collections in the world. More than a museum, it features a 3,700 acre wildlife preserve featuring buffalo, elk, deer, prairie dogs, and many other animals. http://www.woolaroc.org/
Discovery 1 Park/Nellie Johnstone No. 1 - View a working derrick and cable tool rig replica of the state's first commercial oil well.
Frank Phillips Home - The 26-room town residence of oil baron Frank Phillips, founder of the Phillips Petroleum Company. Beautiful and ornate, featuring original furnishings, the home is preserved by the Oklahoma Historical Society and is listed as a National Historic Site.
Osage Casino - Bartlesville - Open 24/7 and features more than 600 state-of-the-art electronic games, 7 table games, and 3 poker tables
Cherokee Casino - Ramona - Open 24/7 and features more than 200 of the hottest electronic games around. Located in close-by Ramona, OK.
From unique specialty shops to familiar favorites, Bartlesville has everything to meet your shopping needs. For more information, visit www.visitbartlesville.com
Washington Park Mall
Regional mall including national chains, one-of-a-kind shops, and a movie theater. Over 45 shops under one roof, including the following and many more!
Regal Movie Theater
Bath and Body Works
Eastland Shopping Center
Shopping center including several unique shops and a $2 movie theater.
Brown's Shoe Fit Co.
The Treble Clef
Lowe's Home Improvement
Silver Lake Village
Rack Room Shoes