Oklahoma City has a substantial Vietnamese population. Super Cao Nguyen is the largest Asian supermarket in Oklahoma with food from 20 different countries. It is located in the Little Saigon neighborhood of OKC. If you drive by on Friday or Saturday night the faux palm trees in the parking lot will be lit up in neon colors.
What to buy: They sell pig uterus and duck heads as well as delicious Asian fruits and soft drinks.
What to pay: $20 will be enough to entertain
In the stockyards are many country western shops with boots, clothes, 10 gallon hats and the biggest belt buckles around. I ALMOST bought some boots but I resisted! If you are a fan of the John Deer style you'll have to stop in and get something.
What to buy: Boots and western wear!!
What to pay: Boots will cost $100+ USD
The Bass Pro Shop is definitely the place to go for all things outdoors. With as many people as I saw wearing camouflage around Oklahoma, I can tell that this place is doing a killer amount of business. Although the name would allude to just being a store for fishing, this place also has all kinds of hunting and outdoor wear.
The place is not limited to just clothing as well, having bass boats for sale, and some fun activities like a shooting range for kids to play with guns.
What to buy: Hunting, Fishing, Camping, and outdoor wear.
What to pay: $1 to $50,000 depending on whether you want Beef Jerky or a Bass Boat.
There are all sorts of shops in Stockyards City that sell cowboy gear: saddles, boots, hats, tack, belt buckles, and Wranglers.
What to buy: There are hundreds of pairs of real cowboy boots as well as those massive belt buckles.
What to pay: Cowboy boots are around $300.
My friends Kip & Peggy have operated this Vintage Clothing Store on 23rd street for at least 20 years......
It's the very definition of gaudy. HUGE, stuffed bears, guns, camo, and a big tank of bass. Classy!
What to buy: A Bass Pro Shop trucker hat. All the cool kids have them.
What to pay: 10 minutes before the migraine hits you.