This casual eatery boasts a menu stocked with creative culinary treats, and late-night hours cater to emergency dog cravings whenever they strike. Hot dog hounds can delight in the distinct Linkhäus offerings such as the quarter-pound Tropic Thunder, which torpedoes taste buds with onions, jalapeños, wasabi mustard, red peppadew, and pineapple relish ($6.50). Germanic gullets are kept satisfied with horseradish brats served on toasted hoagie rolls ($6.50). While topped tots ($2.99–$4.99) and gourmet salads ($5.99–$7.99) round out meaty meals, the draft and imported beer offerings make maws merry and quench particularly stubborn thirsts. Linkhäus offers meatless variations for every sausage, brat, and hot dog, giving vegetarians plenty of self-sating options and aerodynamic ammo to unleash during herbivorous food fights.
Though it's known for turning out bubbling slices of locally renowned pizza, Mulligan's Pub still sports the same classic, no-frills ambiance it established more than 20 years ago. Soft bar lights and buzzing neon beer signs exchange glows like a firefly swap and gently illuminate the quadruple meats flecking a famous Mulligan's specialty pizza. Gluten-free slices cater to sensitive stomachs, and a hearty list of toppings colors creatable pies. Between bites, patrons can tend to arcade and video bar games or heated rounds of keno with new acquaintances or old invisible foes.
Jerseys has a bit of everything, from lunches and dinners everyday to Breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays from 9-noon. Enjoy a Juicy Lucy Burger or Steak and Shrimp.
We like to entertain so we do Live Music on the weekends, DJ's and Karoake on other days. Stop in and see what we're all about.
The menu at Louie's Grill & Bar won the 2010 Best Bar Food award from the Oklahoma Gazette, with all items coming in under $10 and above and beyond the call of deliciousness. For a spectator's feast, game-day diners can pair a burger, such as the Big Lou, topped with grilled onions, pickles, mustard, and american cheese and served with fries ($7.99), with golden fried pickles, lightly battered, fried slices served with chipotle ranch ($6.99). To try out a lighter meal, order the chunky chicken salad, mixed greens, cucumber, walnuts, strawberries, and grapes topped with homemade chicken salad ($7.99), or split a Louigi's Supreme pizza, topped with mozzarella, sausage, ham, pepperoni, applewood-smoked bacon, bell peppers, onion, mushroom, tomatoes, and black olives ($9.99) or three-cheese macaroni bake with chicken, applewood-smoked bacon, and mixed cheeses, topped with garlic breadcrumbs and served with two sides ($8.99), with a dining companion.
The glass wine cave stands squarely in the middle of Scott Benjamin's 4 Olives Wine Bar. Within the crisp, translucent walls rest 800 types of wine and 500 fine spirits, 40 of which are available by the glass. The wine accentuates the fresh fish, wild game, and artisan cheese that Scott uses to craft his Mediterranean-American-style dishes. From chicken breasts encrusted with kalamata olives and served alongside gorgonzola polenta cakes to canadian salmon glazed with mango-peppercorn sauce atop a bed of mixed greens. Scott is so dedicated to making every bite its best that listed alongside every menu item—be it cheese plate or mac 'n' cheese—is a suggested wine pairing.