Calle Dos Cinco in Historic Capitol Hill is a diverse commercial district boasting some of southwest Oklahoma City’s best flavors, educational and social services, and shopping experiences.
Located on SW 25th between Robinson and Walker, Historic Capitol Hill District is home to many local shops and restaurants such as Coney Island, El Milagro, El Potosino, and the Grill on the Hill, named as one of the Gazette’s Best Restaurants in Southwest Oklahoma City; El Nacional, the state’s largest Spanish-language newspaper; as well as Community Action Agency and the Oklahoma City Community College’s Capitol Hill Center.
This district – located on what was originally known as “Commerce Street” – was one of Oklahoma City’s premier shopping districts. Today you will find a renewed spirit spurred by vibrant cultural diversity and enhanced by both public and private investment in businesses and streetscapes. Calle Dos Cinco celebrates our local culture with events such as Cinco de Mayo and Fiesta Fridays throughout the summer, and each fall proudly hosts the annual Fiestas de las Americas with a colorful parade, live music, art, food, and family fun.
Together with the City of Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation Department, Calle Dos Cinco in Historic Capitol Hill is working with community volunteers to raise awareness and collect ideas for the new Manuel Perez Park at S. Robinson and SW 15th St. in Oklahoma City. The City of OKC is offering our community the opportunity to create a special park in honor of Manuel Perez Jr.
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Thank you to our sponsors for supporting our District!