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Not only is TapWerks Oklahoma's oldest tap house, it has a staggering 212 beers on tap, which also makes it the largest in the state. TapWerks also serves up some decent pub food, with a slightly German slant, as well as the typical burgers, sandwiches and soups. The bar has pool tables, dart boards and a jukebox, so there's plenty of entertainment for all.
McNellie's Public House is reminiscent of those traditional Irish pubs where the beer flows freely and the crowd is friendly. The best thing about McNellie's is the amount of choice; with over 350 draft and bottled beers from around the world as well as a full bar, there is certainly something for everyone's palate. In addition to the suds, McNellie's also has a full menu of traditional American/Irish pub-grub like burgers, salads, fish & chips alongside Cottage Pie just to name a couple. The pub also has a good number of flat-screen TVs so visitors can grab a beer and watch the game.
It seems as if every city in the U.S. has a place called the 'Blue Note'. In OKC however, this one is not named after the legendary jazz label. Nevertheless, since 1951 this particular one has provided the sounds of every type of music imaginable, not just jazz. In fact, Blue Note is a haven for punk and rock fans, with at least one live act on stage during the week. Upon entering, the casual atmosphere and great drinks only highlight the music. And if you're here during happy hour you'll get to play a free game of pool and enjoy two drinks for the price of one.
Here at the HiLo Club the beers are cold and the music nostalgic, what more could you ask for in a bar? Luckily for those who prefer simplicity, the HiLo has served patrons since 1956 in this unpretentious, no-frills environment. In addition to cold beer and cocktails, the bar hosts various acts during the week that range from live music to drag and burlesque shows. And on certain nights, visitors can even catch a game of Farkle, a dice game that began in the 1980's, but its origins are unknown.
People all over the state of Oklahoma know about Edna's. This beloved dive bar is always packed with people looking for cheap drinks and good times. Make sure you try Edna's famous Lunchbox shot, which tradition dictates that the ingredients not be revealed until after one has already tried it. Try any number of specialty shots or very cheap pitchers of beer, pop some coins in the jukebox and proceed to have a good time.