Easily accessible from the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Sprint Center and downtown accommodations like the Hotel Phillips, Tannin Wine Bar & Kitchen provides you with an extensive wine list and menu of contemporary American cuisine. The restaurant offers dishes made from the best produce of the season, and you can savor meals like Truffled Wild Mushroom Cream Soup, Butternut Squash Risotto and the Tannin Wagyu Burger. There is a vast assortment of wines is at your disposal, which you can savor by the glass or bottle.
Now you can eat Mexican food at any time of the day, quite literally. Pancho's Mexican Food offers delectable Mexican fare round the clock, throughout the year. The restaurant serves a slew of classic delicacies like burritos, tacos, fajitas, enchiladas, and quesadillas. Loyal patrons swear by their breakfast specials, super nachos, and California burrito.
Located on Northeast Vivion Road, Hayes Hamburgers and Chili is a friendly neighborhood diner that specializes in burgers and other breakfast food items. Operating since 1955, this veteran dining establishment serves hungry patrons any time of the day and night. With a 24 hours breakfast menu and a decent variety of burgers and fries, this place also offers traditional American diner desserts including pie alamode. From the cozy seating options to their quality food and service, Hayes successfully captures that hometown feel and provides an enjoyable dining experience.
Owned and operated by Keith Robinson, Side Pockets is a popular local sports bar that was established in 1993. The bar has become one of the favorite hangouts for locals and tourists alike. The bar has a casual and lively ambiance. Come in with your friends to cheer for your home team, even as you binge on to succulent burgers and delicious wings. Guzzle down your favorite concoction or order for a chilled glass of beer. Pool games and dart boards are available for play.
A rustic, laid back ambiance envelops the Sol Cantina. An old garage like feel, spaciously laid out tables, quirky bar, and pleasant lighting invite you to savor Mexican delicacies. Weekends are busy and rightly so, owing to live musical performances and DJ nights taking place here. The food menu has quintessential Mexican dishes and the bar menu is quite impressive with a variety of cocktails and mixed drinks. Their happy hours are a real steal.
Located in the lively Brookside neighborhood, Brooksider Sports Bar and Grill is a local watering hole through and through. This popular sports bar is known for its boisterous ambiance, good food, and great drinks. Since its inception in 1986, the bar has been a favorite hangout spot for many locals. The bar has a number of flat screen TVs so that sports fans can hoot for their favorite team, even as they enjoy potent libations and delicious grilled specials. The food menu is pretty impressive and features a variety of appetizers, soups, salads, burgers, pizza, and sandwiches. There is a fine fare for the little ones as well. The drinks menu is tempting and is priced in a way that you won't settle for one order. This chic establishment is ideal for hosting private parties as well.
Part of a popular local theme bars chain, The Peanut at Main Street is an unpretentious spot frequented by residents and tourists alike. Made famous by their legendary flavorsome bacon-lettuce-tomato subs and zesty chicken wings, The Peanut is arguably one of the best city spots to devour those crunchy wings in a chilled out atmosphere that almost spills onto a divey mood. The wholesome BLTs can be ordered as single or triple, while the waitstaff are friendly enough to provide extras like diced avocados, fried eggs and bacon. Do sample its classic chicken sandwiched made with seasoned chicken breast, red bell pepper, red onion and tossed with oodles of cream and Swiss cheese, presented on a fluffy burger bun.