Went here this past weekend with some family. Great atmosphere, feels like an old building & pub. Great beer selection, at least 50 taps plus a few hundred bottles. Food was pretty standard pub fare and decent.
Corner location across from the medial center. Central bar dominates all. Large draft and bottle lists. Sadly, flights are set and you can’t choose your own, one point off. Even more sadly, all beers are served in UK pint glasses regardless of abv. Better than shaker pints, but still...another point off. Best beer list of any bar in OKC. Poor pub food.
A pretty standard feeling Americanized English Pub with two floors of seating. Place has seen a bit of wear and tear. Service is good but not particularly beer oriented. Despite a healthy number of taps, a good number are occupied by unexciting imports. Pre determined samplers are available. Food is decent. Prices are decent as well. Not the best spot in OKC, but you could do worse.
Huge pub with multiple floors and a big bar. Service was great and selection was pretty good. Food is just pub food and the same as other locations. Prices are reasonable and overall a nice experience. Free parking also helps.
Good selection of drafts and bottles of beer. Better than average pub food, many items to choose from. I especially like the burgers and the soups. Based on those I imagine the pricer items are good too. Great pleasant atnosphere.
A good selection of beer both in bottles and on tap. The food is standard pub fare, but not bad at all. It is definitely one of my favorite bars.
nearbeer (245) Knoxville, Tennessee | February 9, 2013| Updated August 3, 2013
Comfortable atmosphere in this nicely renovated urban pub, with a large bar and multiple areas for dining. Good selection of taps and bottles include many regional brews. Servers were pleasant and knew their beer and food menus. Food menu has the typical pub offerings, but is of good quality and value. Only complaint was that they have 3 or 4 pre-selected beer flights, but don’t let you select your own.
Strebs (221) St. Louis, Missouri | April 29, 2012| Updated August 3, 2014
I attended a Chimay 25th Anniversary event there sometime back, and I still have fond memories of the place. The beer selection was decent, and the food was better. I’m a sucker for repurposed buildings, so I really liked the layout in what had been built as an automobile dealership display floor room. This bar is worthwhile to go out of your way for in OKC.
Pretty good place for OKC. 60 taps filled with regional brews and imports. Nice selection of bottles. Not as nice a selection as Tapworks or Republic but top 3 for OKC. Service was good. Mussels were really good. Worth a stop for sure.
The best beer bar in OKC, IMHO. Service is good and knowledgeable if you get there early enough, but the place gets crowded as the evening goes on and the level of service suffers. Good food (can’t beat the $3 burger Wednesdays). Beer can be a touch pricey, but their selection (as compared to most OK bars) makes it worthwhile.