Pretty cool location that is built into the ballpark. 3 house brews and a bunch of macros and your standard imports. Food was decent BBQ. Decently priced for the location. Not really a great beer destination but worth a stop for OKC.
Unfortunately, this Coach’s (along with all of the other ones) is a shadow of its former self. They have the same three beers on tap all of the time and are no longer doing seasonal or special releases like they used to years ago. They also feature two mediocre beers from Bricktown brewery and lots of BMCs. The food is hit and miss, with the best stuff on the menu the BBQ and pizzas. The inside of the place is pretty nice looking, and there is usually no wait since the place is pretty big. I wish they would go back the glory days!
If you’re going for the beer (at least if you’re looking to try something new), you’ll be disappointed. While their selection is better than many places in OK, their homebrews range from average to downright not good. And the rest of what they have, for the most part, isn’t anything you couldn’t find at most self-respecting bars.
That said, it is a good restaurant. The menu is pretty standard bar fare, but it’s good and you get plenty of it. Very simply, don’t go expecting to get a great beer, but if you’re looking for a good time or some good food, it’s worth checking out.
Ambience is hard to beat, overlooking the red hawks field. The entire place is dedicated to Oklahoma Sports history. Food is tremendous, generous, and a little pricey. Home brews are mediocre, they have a decent amount of other options. Really the food and the crowd is the appeal, esp. during OU games.
Very pleasant surprise. Went for dinner and beers on a Monday night before a Hornets game. Outstanding atmosphere, as we were seated at a table overlooking the field of Bricktown Ballpark (which we were told would cost $30 if a game was going on, which is very reasonable in my opinion). Service was really good, although the staff wasn’t the most knowledgable in terms of beer. The only issue was that they brought out our samplers in a cluster, so it was hard to determine which beer was which. Food was very good and reasonably priced. Beer prices also were outstanding, as a draw cost $1.39. Not just for the beer (which is pretty decent), but a must stop for visitors to OKC.
I was here on a cool winter Sunday night during the off-season, so the place had merely a handful of patrons. Nice spacious sportsbar atmosphere with a big horseshoe bar (where I was). The staff is laid back and friendly but don’t seem to know much about their beers. They just ran out of their IPA before I arrived, and I was irked... but survived. The beers are decent enough, if not exceptional. Definitely a place to stop when in the area.
Great ballpark atmosphere, even in the off-season, with plenty of views of the park including outdoor patio seating available to watch games. The food was great (Beef Brisket) and service was attentive. The guy even brought me a paper to read while sitting there enjoying some beer and watching two basketball games on large projection screen TV’s. They had 7 house brews and a few assorted micros, including 3 from Boulevard. Definitely worth the stop, even though the beer is only average at best.