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600 North Main Street
Hennessey, OK 73742
Phone: (405) 853-2126
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Bars & Cafes
Eischen's Bar dates back to 1896 and is one of the oldest bars in the state. While a major part of the bar was wrecked by fire, the back portion with 19th Century Spanish antiques survives. Many prominent personalities have visited this bar including Governor George Nigh, musicians Amy Grant and Vince Gill, and football stars Brandon Weeden and Curtis Lofton. This bar has become famous for its fried chicken recipes conceived in 1960, consisting of eight chicken pieces served with bread, onion slices, dill and sweet pickles. Besides, the barbecue sandwiches and roast beef are also popular items. The bar also houses a gift shop that sells funky apparel, vintage photographs, bar glasses and other collectibles. Guests need to be above 21 to order alcoholic beverages, however there are plenty of video games for children. This place does not accept credit cards but has an ATM machine.
If you're in the mood for a drink or some international dishes but don't want to stray too far from the Memorial District feel free to the come the lounge at the Four Points by Sheraton Oklahoma City Quail Springs. Open daily, anyone is welcome to come, solo or with company, to this contemporary lounge.
This chain has its roots in Tulsa, but Oklahoma City residents consider it their hometown coffeehouse, too. Dave's is a coffee-lover's paradise, complete with gourmet cappuccinos, cocoas, coffees, and teas, as well as gift sets and brewing accessories. The most popular coffee blend is the international-award-winning Snickerdoodle, a combination of cinnamon and hazelnut flavors. Call for opening hours.
Vin Dolce is one of the best wine bars in the Oklahoma City are, and the only on in Edmond. The bar features 16 different wines hooked up to their high-tech Napa Technology Wine Station which keeps the wine good for up to 90 days after opening and automatically dispenses the perfect pour every time, which come in tastes, half glasses and full glasses. In addition to their regular selections, they always have some special wines available as well. Just because the main draw is the wine, don't miss out on the delicious, contemporary small bites offered.
Experience Britain in Oklahoma City at the Baker Street Pub and Grill. The name is an adequate indication of the place where the decor is inspired by Sherlock Holmes novels. The menu has everything British, such as Scotch Eggs, British sausage rolls and the classic Shepherds Pie. They also have a good choice of beers and drinks. Live music is often played, with performances by the likes of Rick Lozano, Mike Maurer and Hot Soup. Check the website for further information.
A national upscale restaurant, P.F. Chang's China Bistro is known for its delicious desserts as it is for its equally delicious food. Though traditional Chinese is the basic cuisine, the menu incorporates a list of contemporary Chinese delicacies. A full bar is featured here and serves an impressive list of alcoholic drinks. Though the decor has a touch of class the place is perfect for a casual meeting. P.F. Chang's China Bistro is for those who want to enjoy a hearty Chinese fare with a well complemented wine list.
Sports themed restaurant featuring a great atmosphere, people, food, and handcrafted ales. Able to accomadate groups up to 60.
This is not a place to see and be seen, nor is it a Mecca for health food nuts. This is a bar for people who like to drink, play pool, throw darts, watch sports and eat good old American food. You will see a lot of locals who love to stop by after work. Monday through Friday during happy hour you will find some great specials. The menu has lots of typical appetizers, including potato skins, nachos, quesadillas and onions rings. There are lots of sandwiches and burgers, as well as some pasta dishes on the menu.
It seems that specialty tea shops are all the rage, and T, An Urban Teahouse takes this popular leaf to a whole new level. This gourmet teahouse features a selection of over 100 different teas that include the famous Chai, black, white, Oolong, green and herbal in addition to some interesting ones like Lychee, Pu-erh and Awabancha. Patrons can order a single cup or a whole pot, depending on their preferences and their thirst. The atmosphere is relaxing and comfortable with local art adorning the walls, great music, free WiFi and plenty of seating. A small assortment of freshly baked pastries are also on the menu to accompany your drink.
The food is very basic, burgers and fries. The specialty (if you can call it that) is a greasy onion burger. But people do not typically come here for the food. There is live music every Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday nights, and sometimes on Saturday, too. The music is rockabilly and progressive bluegrass. Aside from enjoying the music, you can also enjoy pool tables, dartboards and five television sets where you can watch the game.
Tucked away in a strip mall along North May Avenue, Saii is an Asian bistro that serves up fresh sushi, fried rice, curry dishes and other Asian fusion cuisine. This gem of a restaurant features contemporary decor with a warm colors, dim lighting and comfortable seating. A traditional sushi bar runs along one wall of this cozy restaurant and allows patrons to sit and watch their sushi being made. The exemplary service and fantastic ambiance can make your next private party, birthday, or business luncheon, unforgettable.
For food that is genuinely Italian, dine at Primo's d' Italia. The ingredients used are fresh and have just the right flavoring. If you are looking forward to some pasta, then try the Italian Feast. The tomato sauce in it is just the right amount, and the meatball will just melt in your mouth. The Shrimp Scampi is also delicious. For other meals, try out the Meat Lovers pizza or the Steak Cognac. Both will not disappoint.