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In the 1950s there were more than 4,000 drive-in movie theaters in the U.S. Today there are roughly 350.

The ClearSight LASIK staff shares their favorite spots for movies and food in the great outdoors.

Drive-in Theaters

Winchester Drive In – 6930 S. Western Avenue. Catch a couple of recently-released blockbusters while relaxing in the comfort of your own vehicle. Fair prices, and kids 3-10 are just $3.

Website: www.winchesterdrive-in.com
Facebook: facebook.com/pages/Winchester-Drive-In-Theatre/102551056466003

Beacon Drive-In Theatre – 2404 S. Division in Guthrie. Since 1950. Adults are $7 and kids 3-11 are just $3.

Website: beacondrive-in.com
Facebook: facebook.com/BeaconDriveIn

Chief Drive-In Theater – US 81, Chickasha. Built in 1949, catch a movie for $7; children 3-11 or $5. Before the movie starts, play some miniature golf for $5.

Website: chiefdriveintheatre.com
Facebook: facebook.com/pages/Chief-Drive-In-Theatre/133185549947

Food Trucks

H&8th OKC – Enjoy the city’s top gourmet food trucks and live music on the last Friday of each month.

Website: h8thokc.com
Facebook: facebook.com/pages/H-8th-Night-Market/271379082872905

The Bleu Garten –  This once vacant lot has become a food truck food court with umbrellas, awnings, picnic benches, restrooms, music and more.

Website: bleugarten.com
Facebook: facebook.com/pages/The-Bleu-Garten/253758044786356

Truck It App – Get the latest news on your favorite OKC food truck with Truck It OKC. There are apps for Apple and Android devices, and you can follow them on Twitter and Facebook.

Twitter: twitter.com/truckitokc
Facebook: facebook.com/truckitokc