Unlike drinking alone at home, drinking in a friendly tavern is a great way to not end up in a fistfight. Today's Groupon leads hungry drinkers to a safe haven: for $15, you get $30 worth of pub fare and drinks at TapWerks Ale House and Café. Assemble your neighborhood beer connoisseurs to hold court in the Bricktown alehouse, declared one of Oklahoma City's top 10 nightlife hotspots by 10 Best.
TapWerks boasts Oklahoma's largest beer selection, with 212 beers on tap and over 100 bottled selections, with everything from international classics to obscure domestic favorites. Oklahoma-based microbrews such as Basement Batch flow harmoniously from draft pipes alongside their long-traveled companions such as the light, refreshing Hoegaarden White ($5 for 12 oz.), the rich and malty Spaten Optimator ($5.50 for a pint), and the ruby-hued Smithwick's Ale ($5.50 for a pint). Irish, Mexican, Dutch, Japanese, French, Czech, Austrian, and Australian selections round out TapWerks' bountiful UN of beers, which is stationed on the top level of the two-floor alehouse, surrounded by pool tables, dart boards, a jukebox, and a library for those who like to consolidate their drinking with their pursuit of the intellectual arts.
TapWerk's lower level, on the other beer-free hand, offers a smoke-free dining area open to all ages. Personal pizzas (starting at $9) and salads (starting at $5) are served alongside scrumptious sandwiches such as a filet tip with garlic, mushrooms, and onion ($10), four types of burgers ($8–$9), and classic pub fare such as french fries smothered in cheddar cheese and bacon ($8) and beer-battered fish and chips ($12). Brauthaus-inspired fare such as chicken schnitzel ($10) or bratwurst with brown-mustard cream sauce ($12) is sure to tickle the tongue with a few umlauts—pleasing those diners recently returned from harvesting cuckoo clocks in the thick underbrush of the Black Forest.
This Groupon is valid for drinks only with the purchase of food; TapWerks serves up its pleasing pub fare until 10 p.m. weeknights and 12 a.m. on weekends.
- They have an awesome variety to beers and most of the bartenders are knowledgeable and helpful when it comes to making choices. The prices are good and the atmosphere is laid back most of the time. It is not unlikely that we walk out without having made at least one new friend. – Kayla, Urbanspoon
- Their Fish & Chips are really good. And it is a great atmosphere. – Jessica Whittaker, Urbanspoon
- Great beer selection and I loved the schnitzel! – Kalin Taylor, Urbanspoon
Downtown Oklahoma City
121 E Sheridan Ave.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104Get Directions