Oklahoma City resides in the heart of the Great Plains and is home to more than 1.4 million people. Known for its warm hospitality and family friendly attractions, the city boasts one of the most famous college football teams in the nation—the Oklahoma Sooners. Dr. Webster was born and raised in Oklahoma and chose OKC to establish his cosmetic surgery practice because of the influx of new business ventures, rising culture, and up and coming sites. Bricktown, for example, is one of the hot spots located not too far from Dr. Webster’s office that offers a cozy, eclectic scene full of trendy restaurants, great bars, shopping and nightlife. Oklahoma City is also home to the infamous SkyDance Bridge, Gold Star Memorial, and the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.
Oklahoma City is the capital of Oklahoma, and offers a multitude of things to do and see for patients visiting our city for cosmetic surgery.
When Dr. Webster’s patients traveling to OKC for plastic surgery inquire about a place to stay, we always recommend the Colcord Hotel. Housed in a historic building dating all the way back to 1910, this remodeled and refined boutique hotel is a 7-minute walk from the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and just a few miles away from the Oklahoma City Zoo. Some of the hotel’s outstanding features include posh guest rooms and contemporary suites that offer free WiFi, flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. There is also an on-site restaurant, a fitness center, complimentary coffee and free shuttle service to and from the airport. To learn more, visit http://www.colcordhotel.com.
The Homewood Suites hotel located in Oklahoma City in famous Bricktown is an extended-stay hotel overlooking Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. The extended stay makes it possible for our out of town cosmetic surgery patients to recover in a convenient and comfortable manner. Offering all of the outstanding amenities that Hilton is famous for, the Homewood Suites is located just steps from some of the areas hottest attractions, including museums, art galleries, restaurants, nightclubs and an IMAX movie theatre. The suites are decked out with everything a patient needs to stay productive while resting, including complimentary WiFi and wired Internet access throughout the hotel. The hotel features a fantastic complimentary hot full breakfast such as Quiche Lorraine, bacon and buttermilk biscuits. For more information, visit the Homewood Suites.
Aloft Bricktown is a modern, boutique hotel located in the heart of one of Oklahoma City’s most famous districts. Known for its modern style and cozy appeal, Aloft offers guests the feel of a high dollar hotel, at an affordable cost. Funky patterns, streamlined décor, and plush guest beds are some of the features that make Aloft famous. Guests can enjoy the on-site fitness center, mingle at the hotel’s communal lounge and bar, or enjoy drinks on the patio. Lofty and unique, Dr. Webster and his staff enjoy this hotel and its fun, comfortable setting.
Steakhouses are easy to find in Oklahoma City, but when our guests want a great steak, we send them to Mahogany’s. Here, visitors will devour the finest custom-aged U.S. Prime Midwestern Beef known for its excellence in marbling, texture and flavor. Broiled to perfection at 900 degrees, every succulent flavor is locked in and ready to serve. In addition to the amazing steaks served at Mahogany’s, guest can also order Australian Rock lobster and fresh fish prepared daily. A casual, yet upscale environment allows guests to feel comfortable and relaxed. Enjoy a wide selection of beers and wines and a fantastic ambiance.
Oklahoma City is famous for steaks. Outstanding, ranch style western steaks created from top grade beef from some of Oklahoma’s most well kept farms. As one of Oklahoma City’s finest restaurants, the Ranch Steakhouse provides guests with a first class dining experience. Its opulent old word atmosphere, blended with rich interiors and artwork, makes dining here a first class experience for guests. Succulent steaks, fresh seafood, unique side dishes, and hand-crafted cocktails are signatures here and it continues to be a destination for a diverse clientele that is second to none. We recommend calling ahead to make your reservations.
Owners and head chefs, Jonathon Stranger and Russ Johnson had the same vision when they opened Ludivine. They wanted the highest quality farm-to-fork concept served in a unique and eclectic way that would dazzle their guests. Their restaurant is all of this, and more, with a menu that changes almost daily to reflect what is available from nearby farms and ranches. Cozy and unpretentious, their laid back dining atmosphere allows guests to enjoy their exceptional meals in a relaxed environment. Food & Wine magazine nominated the duo as among 2012 People’s Best New Chef, while Best Chefs America named both as a Best Chef. Ludivine has been spotlighted by the likes of Saveur magazine and Redbook.
Lake Hefner is a beautiful lake located in northwest Oklahoma City. Built in 1947 it is famous in the area for outstanding sailing, boating, camping, and picnicking. On any given weekend, you will find joggers and bikers on the trails, and families fishing and frolicking together in the sunshine. The lake holds regular weekend sailboat races and is home to a gorgeous golf course. If you are coming into OKC for cosmetic surgery, this is the perfect area to relax and enjoy the sunshine prior to your scheduled surgery.
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is a gorgeous and remodeled visual arts facility that is home to a collection of pieces that covers five centuries. The museum highlights art from both American and European culture from the nineteenth through the twenty-first centuries. Visitors will find a myriad of paintings, sculptures, glass renderings, and monuments throughout the facility. This museum is home to a visual arts center, a full library resource center with more than 5,000 non-circulating books and periodicals, as well as a theater, restaurant, roof top terrace, and classes for children. Visitors can spend an entire day exploring all that this outstanding museum has to offer.
The April 19, 1995 terror attack of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City was the nations worst terrorist disaster until the events of 9/11. After the bombing of the Murrah building, which killed 168 people, Mayor Ron Norick appointed a 350-member Task Force responsible for developing an appropriate memorial to honor those touched by the event. Over the course of a year, information was gathered from the government, families, survivors, and the general public and the result is a memorial that continues to touch the lives of thousands of visitors each year. The Memorial and Museum offers a complete history of the events leading up to the bombing, as well as a mission that involves remembrance, peace, spirituality and hope, recognition and learning so that OKC can continue to heal from this terrorist event.