Stopped in for a couple of beers. Had the Stout, which was good. Keg went dry, so switched to the Brown Ale, which was good as well. Menu seemed like typical Brew-Pub fair.
The food was barely warm, and I suspect that even if it had been served at the proper temperature, it wouldn't have tasted any better than it did. It was bland and boring. I didn't expect gourmet, but I'd hoped for tasty bar food. Didn't like the catfish - cereal belongs in a bowl with milk. I should've gone with... More
We are still raving about our lunch at the Bricktown Brewery. It was not very crowded on a Sunday afternoon. The waitstaff was very friendly and our food was to die for. I had the Yard Bird (pulled chicken with bacon and cheddar on a pretzel bun), my daughter (age 22) had a burger and my wife had a salad... More
My wife and I and another couple traveled to OKC from KC for a weekend concert. We made reservations more than two weeks ahead of the event to make sure we would have somewhere to eat within walking distance of the concert venue. We arrived on time only to be told they were not honoring any reservations made through opentable.com... More
Although it did not seem very busy, we were the only ones standing at the entrance, it took forever for someone to seat us. We almost turned around and walked out. We should have. With three kids in tow, I would say this place is not very family friendly. All of our food was blah. Someone got a salad. Do... More
The resturant was very clean, not atmosphere. Service was very good, however the food was nothing special. I ordered the Salmon and it came with a sauce on top which really didnt have any taste to it. The salmon was over cooked, I personally would not order again. I try to eat healthy and not a hamburger and fried kind... More
Fried cheese, wings etc typical bar fare. We enjoyed our lunch, didn't knock our socks off. Old warehouse converted to restaurant, historical feel was pleasant enough. Seemed to have quite the beer selection, however I'm not into beer. The beer batter on the fried cheese curds was pretty good, made from their house beer.
We ate here before a hockey game recently. We had a couple of appetizers pretzel sticks, and cheese curds. They were both excellent but serving sizes were small especially for price charged. We were a family of 4 and received 3 pretzel sticks not enough for each person to have 1 each. The entree sizes were more than enough and... More
Service was great. We loved everything we got...steak with gorgonzola sauce, chicken fried steak with maple gravy(maple was very understated), fried cheese appetizer. Make sure you get the mash potatoes = YUM! I had their red ale good to the last drop. lol
Wonderful old building is the stage for this brewery. They put out good beer and great food. I had the meat loaf sandwich which was the best I have ever had. My hubby had a chicken sandwich with mushrooms, bacon and cheese, wow.
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