deyholla (577) Minneapolis, Minnesota | March 16, 2013| Updated May 26, 2013
A large modern restaurant with plenty of TVs and a long bar on one side of the restaurant. Service is good, but bartenders are particularly knowledgeable. Selection is pretty darn good but doesnít seem to rotate much which is a bit of a dissapointment. Food is quite good. Definitely worth a stop if you are in OKC and looking for good food/beer.
i dont know. Part of me really likes this place because it had amazing service. the other part doesnt because it has a sterile sports-bar feel. Beer selection was top notch for this area. Serivce was fantastic. Sort of in an odd location. Can be a bit tricky to find.
Nice place in an upscale area. Ambiance loses some points with me though because of all the TVs. Maybe if I were a sports fan Iíd feel differently, but to me they are an eyesore.
I try to visit Republic whenever Iím in OKC visiting family. The beer selection is pretty decent and they always have some local OK beers on draft. My go to beer here is the Coop F5 IPA. But if they happen to have some new local ticks Iíll order a flight. Iíve always enjoyed the food and the service is generally good. Iíll be back for sure.
Walked into this place on a Friday about 4pm...Looked to be somewhat busy.., Decor is modern..Grabbed one of the few seats at the bar...This place is loaded with huge T.vís and would be perfect for watching a game..The had plenty of taps and some very good locals as Co-op, prairie, black mesa, mustang...The taps tasted very clean and pours were proper...I had their ruben which was fantastic. Service was great and the bartender knew her stuff..Great stop and will be stopping in again..
Holy TV! I found this to an overly glitzy suburban, moderately upscale tavern in a well-to-do suburban area. Bottom line for beer geeks: they have a pretty thick list of both draft and bottles available. But I was disappointed in how few regional/local offerings were included. Sure, itís great to find Tripel Karmeliet on tap in OKC, but there are at least 8 regional craft brewers, and I saw maybe 1 on draft. The food was good if a tad bit overpriced. The service was also decent, but maybe a little bit self-impressed. Overall, this is worth a stop, but bring your sunglasses so as not to be blinded by the gigantic screens, and be prepared for the staff to act a bit too big for their britches than they are.
Holy televisions. OMG are there televisions. If thereís a square foot that can handle a television, theyíve installed one. Nutty. But the beer selection is excellent, both thoughtful and balanced, with appropriate attention paid to strong Oklahoma and Texas beers. The food is good, but not cheap. The bartenders seem to know their stuff and appreciate people who can ask them about whatís on offer. Fantastic place.
The idea this is the top rated place in OKC actually makes me a little ill. There are a lot of taps but many are poor excuses for beer. Few taps of local beers although other than Prairie, few Oklahoma brewers have great beer. Maybe 2-3 rotating taps out of 50 is unacceptable. The food is good but canít be rated excellent because of the high price. For example each chip on the chicken nachos cost $1. When compared to the Common Table or Meddlesome Moth this place doesnít have a chance. Maybe someone in OKC gets it right pretty soon.
Stunning and trendy location. Service was very efficient, but not really beer focused. Watching them butcher pours and pour beers from other glasses because of too much head was just painful. Selection was decent but nothing special, lots of bad options. Food was great but pricey. Beer was surprisingly well priced. Lots of potential, just not quite there yet.
After a harrowing 12hr drive from Nashville that involved some of the worst road conditions I have ever driven in we finally arrived in OKC and headed straight here to catch the second half of the Super Bowl. Upon entering the first thing I noticed was the huge TVís hanging all over the place, couldnít have picked a better place to watch the game. Took a minute to get someone to seat us but once they did it was mostly smooth sailing. Atmosphere was pretty good, once the game got really out of hand most people left for home. Service was pretty good, only had to really wait once. Quality was pretty high. The space felt high end and my beers came in the correct glasses. Selection was killer. I was only interested in local OK beers and they had plenty to offer. I got a Prairie Birra which was nice and I got a Prairie Bomb! for dessert which was a more than welcome surprise to see on the menu. Food was solid. I got a burger which was drenched in BBQ sauce, I ended up just eating it with a fork and knife. Also dried some of the ruben sandwich with was quite good as well. Not really a fan of the no sides included but whatever. Prices were a little high, especially for some of the beers. Overall a really nice modern pub, I could see myself watching some games here and having a few beers.
nearbeer (234) Knoxville, Tennessee | February 9, 2013| Updated August 3, 2013
Contemporary, slightly upscale atmosphere with lots of TVs and a nice heated patio. Very good and fairly extensive selection of taps and bottles, with a dozen or more regional brews included as well. Good food that goes a bit beyond the typical pub selection. Service was fine, and knowledgeable of both the beer and food menus. Fairly priced for the quality of food and beverages offered.