Miami (/maɪˈæmi/; Spanish pronunciation: [miˈami]) is a major port city on the Atlantic coast of south Florida in the southeastern United States. As the seat of Miami-Dade County, the municipality is the principal, central, and the most populous city of the Miami metropolitan area and part of the second-most populous metropolis in the southeastern United States. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Miami's metro area is the eighth-most populous and fourth-largest urban area in the U.S., with a population of around 5.5 million.
Restaurants in Miami
5 based on 88 reviews
The tour was so much information about the men who performed here and the women who left let their mark on stage. You can just imagine the Era while viewing this time capsule in Miami, OK. We were fortunate enough to meet two gals who brought this magical art back to the public.
4 based on 14 reviews
We almost bagged this because of the reviews that said it was hard to find. Don’t believe those reviews. It is easy to find and I’m glad we made the time to drive by. Directions: Drive north on Main Street in Miami; it forks right into Route 66 and runs into the town of Commerce. Take the Route 66 branch because the day we went Main Street (left branch) was closed to traffic. Then turn west on C Street. The home is right on the corner of C Street and Quincy. There is a plaque in front; the tin shed Mickey used for a backstop; you can look into the windows. There is a little furniture inside; I don’t know if they open the home on occasion. From Miami, the drive to the home, time spent looking around and the drive back takes about a half hour.
4 based on 45 reviews
On our route 66 adventure we stopped in to the Vintage Iron museum. It had less than expected and not such a big range. It's main feature is the amount of information about Evil Knievel, his exploits and the damage he did to his body. I am an Indian fan and there was a display but not very inspiring. There is quite a large display of old style helmets and the shop does have some nicer bike stuff for sale.
A quick stop only if you are driving by and want to add another route 66 experience.
3.5 based on 179 reviews
We stopped here along a "casino trip" hitting multiple ones. We did play a little of everything and felt good leaving just a little down but we all did enjoy our time and play. Some of the 99% payback machines I spent over $20 on and never hit 1 red cent!! How is that possible?? Anyway stop by and try! The new look from years ago is nice!
3.5 based on 59 reviews
Phil here again, took the Misses to Stables for the all you can eat King Crab Legs. If you're in Miami, OK on a Tuesday evening and have $90 burning a hole in your wallet stop by and have a great meal. We were seated immediately and from the beginning they did a great job, the staff was friendly and the food was fantastic. They kept the crab legs coming hot and fresh as soon as we asked for more. Very good food for a special night out with the Misses. Definitely worth the money for the amount of crab legs you can eat, and yes we will be back someday.
3 based on 7 reviews
Native American casino offers Bingo, Pull Tabs and more than thirty Video Lottery machines.
This is a very small casino so it's gets growded and cramped. There is not a big variety of machines and the place has that old smell to me. The only positive for me is the staff are really nice.
3 based on 16 reviews
High Winds Casino is located just east of Miami, Oklahoma, right off of historic Route 66. Known for their friendly, attentive staff & laid back atmosphere, High Winds has become a favorite destination for local & out of town gamers alike. Whether you're playing an electronic game, enjoying a drink in the lounge or dining at its highly acclaimed on-site restaurant, you're sure to enjoy a visit.
Eat there weekly on Senior Day. Get $5 for free play for eating there. Limited lunch menu full dinning room and a bar. Always good food.
3 based on 1 reviews
While every community has its own cemetery, it is rare to find a cemetery that contains British World War II veterans (flyers) buried next to American Civil War veterans.
GAR Cemetery is the only grave site I visited that contains an Indian chief who paid for his own bronze statute.
An American lady is buried next to the British veterans with a stone paid for by The British Military.
This cemetery is great for families with small children and is free.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.