OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla (KOKH) — In 1911, the State of Oklahoma was only three years old, however, it was primed and ready for new car dealerships to move into Downtown Oklahoma City. North Broadway in Downtown became known as "Automobile Alley" and today, while you can still buy a car in that area, it's transforming into the metro's hotspot with new businesses and restaurants popping up.
One of the most popular events that takes place to raise money for Automobile Alley is the annual Chocolate Decadence. Now in it's 22nd year, it's an evening of decadent chocolate, gourmet coffee, wine, champagne, live music and a Valentine auction. All proceeds benefit Historic Automobile Alley.
For more information on Automobile Alley, visit www.automobilealley.org