That’s right. It’s bad enough that Fort Worth didn’t make the cut, but Oklahoma City? It’s fathomable that cities in Hawaii, Florida and California would rank high. Austin at No. 9 and Dallas (gulp) at No. 17 is reasonable, but Oklahoma City?
OpenTable says it used several factors in determining the list including the percentage of tables seated for two and the percentage of people who dined out for Valentine’s Day in 2016.
We’re assuming that the popular Bricktown entertainment district, which is home to tons of restaurants, clubs and bars, may have been a factor in the determination.
Maybe next time Sundance Square.
25 Most Romantic Cities in America for 2017
13. Lahaina, Hawaii
14. Portland, Oregon
17. Dallas, Texas
18. Houston, Texas
23. Cincinnati, Ohio
25. Atlanta, Georgia