The Philbrook Museum is a world class museum. The land and older part of the museum were donated to the city by Waite Phillips, an oil pioneer. The museum has great exhibits and tours are available. On the lower floor is the restaurant. It overlooks the fine Italian Gardens that go far down the hill. You can walk out to them from the restaurant. This restaurant has minimal offerings on the menu, and in my opinion, is limited in what they can do. The restaurant is small but nice, and often there is live music. On Thursday nights they have snack foods and wines and other bar drinks available for purchase. The museum is open until 8 PM that evening, so its a time for people to get together. The snacks are free and go very quickly, but people seem to linger and talk, and sometimes take walks around the grounds. Because the setting is so beautiful, I like to go once in a while to enjoy the gardens. As you might imagine, food is pricey. There is a Sunday brunch, for which you need reservations. I recommend this to people who haven't been just for the experience and the ambiance. This is a one-of-a-kind place, and a treasure.