Are you looking for German Beer, a unique atmosphere, bratwurst, and more? Then check out OKC’s Fassler Hall in the heart of midtown for something out of the norm.
Fassler Hall has a nice big open seating area that can accommodate the largest of groups, making this a great hot spot for entertaining or watching the game. Fassler Hall often features live music and local artists, bringing the entertainment of OKC come alive for its customers.
Featuring a wide array of European beers, various wines, and many whiskeys, you won’t leave this place thirsty! Offering pies from local businesses are just another featured attraction of this bar and pub.
OKC Hot Spots loved this place and so will you, but don’t take our word for it, here’s what the locals are saying:
I have to tell you I have been here many times. Each time the staff is great and interactive. They let you take your time and help you obtain the best experience. My wife and I love it. So do my kids. Keep it up the good work Fassler Hall!
Awesome food and atmosphere! I love to go during the day with family because it is kid/dog friendly! And at night it’s the place to be. Tv’s throughout and huge bar!
The food and drinks are great! Service was super! Fun place to come. I enjoy the outdoor seating and the great view of the Oklahoma sunset and skyline!
So next time you are in Midtown, head over to Fassler Hall and tell em OKC Hot Spots sent ya!
421 NW 10th St
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Hours of Operation:
11AM to 2AM Daily
There is a hidden gem in the heart of OKC that you have to know about! Fat Dog Kitchen and Bar is a unique hot spot to bring your favorite pooch and hang out with friends while eating incredible food. The local feel is euphoric once inside and instantly you will want to call everyone you know and have a drink and talk for hours.
Fat Dog offers a variety of food, drinks, and unusual pairings such as fresh pineapple. Offering a daily special at prices often under $10 for an entire meal, you cannot beat the taste and options available.
Did we mention you can bring your dog to this hangout? After all, it wouldn’t be called Top Dog if you couldn’t bring your own favorite pooch. Offering a patio area where you and Fido can eat and enjoy life is just another special aspect to this fun local hot spot.
Don’t just take our word for it, hear what the other locals are saying about Top Dog:
“My family and I really enjoyed our lunch. Our server, Amanda, was amazing and the food was delicious. They are so pet friendly, they even supply a nice water dish with ice water. We will be back many times and will be bringing our friends.”
“We went during the week, it was peaceful, beautiful, and the food was fantastic! My dog was so happy to have room to run & jump, and he loved the giant water bowl!”
“Such a cool little “retro” place, right in my neighborhood! The food is awesome, the people who work there are even BETTER!!! And, they have a fun selection of cocktails and wine…with doggy names 🙂 OH, AND they play 80’s music!! LOVE!!!”
“That was one delicious dog! The atmosphere is great. The patio is big, clean, and well put together. The people are friendly, and the service is on point. Great place!”
So head on over to Fat Dog Kitchen and Bar and tell em OKC Hot Spots sent ya!
1234 N Western Avenue in OKC
Hours of Operation:
11 am to 12 am Daily
Everyone knows the story of Charles Dicken’s classic, A Christmas Carol. The beloved tale of the miser Scrooge who is visited by three ghosts to help show him the way to happiness. Watching this story played out on the stage is a treat for any Christmas loving person. And what better way to see it than in the Plaza district put on by Lyric Theater.
The play features a unique atmosphere in an intimate setting where actors fly overhead, snow falls from the “sky”, and birds are heard chirping all around before the play starts. You really feel like you have been transported back to London decades ago. The nostalgia of the season is present with carols, costumes, and a high production value.
Each ghost of Christmas past, present, and future is uniquely designed to capture the spirit of the characters. The acting is superb and highly professional. This is the 6th year that Lyric has done the play and they decided to freshen it up a bit with new actors, swapping roles with others, and different costumes. They haven’t altered the heart of the story or the music, but to give the locals who come year after year, it was a new treat to see things they haven’t before.
So if you are looking for something fun to do this Christmas, head on over for a night of arts and entertainment at Lyric Theater!
To purchase tickets or for more info, go HERE.
Looking for fresh and local food inspired by the seasonal offerings in OKC? Then look no further than Kitchen 324! Located in the heart of downtown with the same address as their name, you won’t want to miss this hot spot.
Serving unique creations, and providing a unique atmosphere to engage with others or simply just to enjoy the view, Kitchen 324 delivers.
The fresh pastries and coffee will satisfy the sweet tooth of indulgence, while the brunch and lunch offerings will serve up the savory to your pallet.
Don’t just take our word for it, hear what others are saying about Kitchen 324:
“This place is just awesome, everything from the environment and the food, the specials are a really good choice or you can always go for the amazing dishes on the regular menu, and what about the pastries , they’re to die for! Specially the Cronuts, never leave this place without having one”
“The food was fantastic and healthy. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. It’s so difficult to find a place where you can stick to your diet and get delicious organic food. The recipes were create and unusual. We will definitely be back!”
“This place is great to go have Sunday brunch! Easy to get to and the service is fabulous!! Green eggs and ham was so delicious.”
So next time you are looking for a Hot Spot downtown, head over to Kichen 324 and tell them OKC Hot Spots sent ya!
Location: 324 N Robinson Ave Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Hours of Operation: 7 am to 9 pm Daily
Gigglez Bar and Grill is not your average bar for many reasons, but let’s start with the food and drinks. The night we were able to try out this establishment featured Belgium beers and pineapple mimosas. Delicious doesn’t being to cover it. The pizza was fabulous and for it to be a grill establishment, the wood brick pizza was better than most local specialty pizza shops.
Locally owned and operated, the manager, bartender, and servers all came over and made you feel right at home. Constantly checking if you were enjoying your meal and offering samples of drinks. Kind-hearted and personable, you felt right at home in this hidden gem in Midtown.
Marty and Casey Phillips are the co-owners and Marty is a veteran with a heart for his fellow vets and service professionals. They offer regular discounts to veterans, firemen, and police. In fact, he just recently hosted a dinner for veterans offering them free dinner that he personally funded, and ensuring they had a nice night at his establishment.
Don’t just take our word for it, here’s what others are saying about Gigglez Bar and Grill:
“Great place for drinks and dining. Plenty of beers to choose from. Staff is always friendly and the atmosphere is awesome! Plenty of televisions to watch any game, so there is not a bad seat in the house”
“The service was great! My husband and I had the best server and he checked on us a bunch of times! He recommended the nachos which had a caramel drizzle and they were delicious! I loved the atmosphere and we will definitely be going back!”
“Great beer, artfully crafted food, that tastes as good as it looks. The staff, including the owner, is friendly and warm, always inviting, and happy to see you. My favorite place to eat and get a beer”
“Excellent service great food, and affordable prices. And the best part is it is locally owned and operated. I feel better knowing my money is going to actual people who are part of the community”
So stop on by and tell them OKC Hot Spots sent ya!
Hours of Operation:
Monday 5:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Wednesday – Thursday 10:30 AM – 11:00 PM
Friday 10:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Sunday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Kitchen closes one hour before closing
Location: 1016 N. Walker Avenue
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73102