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3.93/5 rDev -4.6%
KInd of a divey, hipster/local bar. The guests seem way more down to earth than Republic; the down-side is the damn smoke, Seemed like every one in there smoked, a major negative to me
Quality of all the beers , were good & the bar tender seemed to really care about the quality of beers on offer, she warned me to try one before ordering a pint
Service good & friendly
7 beers on tap & a decent bottle selection, a nice emphasis on local beer ( 1 coop, one anthem, one redbud, plus a dead F5 tap). Solid selection of Belgian beers
Fries with sauces the one &only food choice, they were tasty
Not bad on prices, A large order of fries, 2 sauces, & 2 pints for $15. A place I would visit if nearby, but not a true beer destination. I would love to have place like this in my neck of the woods in NE Oklahoma
10-11-2012 01:31:40 | More by russpowell
4/5 rDev -2.9%
A cool little place, nestled in the intersection of about 4 main streets/highways. I've only been here once on an early Monday evening, so can't comment on the crowds later on.
It's dark and intimate, with red christmas type lights highlighting. The music was sort of house music, which was loud, but just the right amount that you could still carry on a conversation without yelling.
For those of you from out-of-town, there is smoking in most of the bars around here. That was a bit of bummer, being very used to smoke-free elsewhere. This was the main detractor to the atmosphere.
A very commendable selection of beer, which seems to be hard to find in this area. Most of the beer was bottled, with about a half dozen drafts. There were probably twenty belgian styles in bottles with lots of the standards (Chimay, Westmalle, Unibroue, etc).
The beer menu had four flavors from COOP brewery on draft (the local brewery that just had their one year anniversary:). But they were out of three of them, but had a fifth unlisted flavor available, for a total of two from COOP. That was a little disappointing, but I don't know how large COOP brewery is, or if they're working to keep up with demand.
The service was very friendly, but the server behind the bar was by herself and responsible for cooking the pomme frites as well. So, the service slowed down a little bit, but not nearly as much as I would have thought.
I would definitely come back--unless I find equal value elsewhere without smoke.
01-14-2010 02:35:15 | More by Travler
4.55/5 rDev +10.4%
This is a great pub on the Classen Traffic Circle in Oklahoma City. I have only been here in the early evening and I understand that it gets pretty crowded later on at night. Since it allows smoking, I am sure the smoke can get pretty intense later on, but in the late afternoons or early evenings, it is not bad. They have the local COOP beers on tap as well as some good Belgians and UK beers by the bottle. The manager, Ian, is well traveled and and likes good beer. The food selection is simple; Belgian style fries and 16 different dipping sauces. The fries and the sauces are great. Some other reviewer might give their impression of the late night crowd, but for me it is a perfect place to wind down the day with a glass of COOP DNR (Belgian Ale) and a cone of fries with my wife.
11-19-2009 11:30:54 | More by JPatrick
Drunken Fry in Oklahoma City, OK
- out of 100 based on 4 ratings.