$7 for $14 Worth of German Pub Food at Turek's Tavern at Old Germany


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$7 for $14 Worth of German Pub Food

The Deutschland-derived menu includes potato pancakes topped with apple sauce ($3 for two, $5 for four), a Black Angus burger served on a pretzel bun ($7.50), and a bratwurst mac and cheese ($5.95).

Turek's Tavern at Old Germany

In 1976, only two years after immigrating to the United States, Mike Turek and his sister Jutta Wolff opened Old Germany Restaurant, an eatery founded on schnitzels, Weissbiers, and Rieslings. Now, at Turek's Tavern, a sports bar adjacent to the duo's original restaurant, German flavors add pizzazz to American bar staples. The Philly cheesesteak, for example, is served on a pretzel bun, while the thin crust pizza comes topped with bratwurst.

And according to a NewsOK article, the tavern pairs its food with 20 beers on tap, as well as an extensive wine and spirit selection. Inside Turek's dining room, televisions on every wall screen the latest sports. And on nice days, patrons can also catch games on TVs stationed on the tavern's outdoor patio, which recreates the ambiance of Germany in summer with heating lamps and a mister system.

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    15920 SE 29th St.

    Choctaw, Oklahoma 73020


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In a Nutshell

The sports bar adds German flavor to American bar food with dishes like bratwurst mac and cheese; TVs show games inside and on patio

The Fine Print

Expires Jul 31st, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Dine-in only. Not valid for alcohol. Valid only at Turek's Tavern; not valid at Old Germany Restaurant. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

After-work activities, from bites and brews to bowling and bottle service