Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Milk Bottle BuildingA big bottle on top of a tiny brick building reminds of a bygone era when milk was king.
- 2426 N. Classen Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK
- I-235 exit onto NW 36th St. Drive west about a mile, then turn south onto Classen Blvd. Drive south 12 blocks. The Milk Bottle is at the corner of Classen and NW 24th St., on the northbound side.
Visitor Tips and News About Milk Bottle Building
Milk does the body good.[Josh Marick, 10/26/2012]
The milk bottle on top of the building on Classen used to be painted "Townley" (It was a family dairy at the time). The bottle was still like that in the 1960s and '70s. I don't know when it was changed to Braum's.[Anna Giberson, 09/22/2012]
Another info-nugget to titillate the giant milk bottle archeologists.
The tiny building beneath the milk bottle houses a Vietnamese sandwich shop that serves great Bahn Mi style sandwiches. Cash only.[Chris, 09/21/2010]
January 2012: Photo added.
A small building I have seen while driving on Classen. Interesting place...[Adam Lorenz, 10/27/2002]
The old fashioned milk bottle is on top of a small one-story brick building. The bottle is labeled "Braum's." David Carlson points out "It's a little Vietnamese sandwich shop, Saigon Baguette ... just a few hundred feet north from Oklahoma City's famous geodesic Gold Dome."