The Oklahoma City Tourism Corporation is in the midst of a major expansion of its attraction to Mexican tourists, according to a report published on Wednesday.
The project, dubbed the “MEXICO PERFECT” project, is aimed at creating a “new, dynamic” and more appealing experience for tourists who are from Mexico and other Latin American countries, the report stated.
The Oklahoma City Visitors Bureau plans to open a new “mexican restaurant” that will feature a variety of Mexican dishes, from Mexican-style burgers and tacos to Mexican-inspired fried chicken, the OKCVB said in the report.
The new Mexican restaurant, dubbed “Mexico Perfecitivo,” will feature “Mexican inspired Mexican food, Mexican inspired wines, Mexican-themed cocktails, and Mexican-friendly entertainment and events,” the report said.
The OKCV is also expanding the number of Mexican restaurants it is planning to open, and is “currently seeking partners for the project,” according to the report, which did not name the partners.
The newly opened Mexican restaurant will also feature a Mexican-theme bar, a Mexican theme park, a “Mexica-themed restaurant,” and an outdoor bar that will be used to celebrate Mexican culture, the project said.
Oklahoma City’s Mexican restaurant is expected to open in the spring of 2018, the OkCVB added.