“Some of the more fruity beers work well with lighter flavors, while the darker beers, which are heavier, go with a heavy cookie,” he said.
“No, you can’t touch my beard,” said bartender Lance Hall of Club One15, 115 E. Sheridan Ave.
The OKC metro is chock-full of interesting cocktails.
“The only way to explain it is to drink it,” he explained to two nearby friends who were drinking Lunchboxes for the first time.
What do you call a dive bar that isn’t a dive bar? Co-owner Scott Pepper just calls it Lost Highway.
“The cocktail needs to be the focus,” he said. “The champagne is an ingredient; it needs to play well with the other kids at the party.”
The restaurant and bar even has a dog-friendly patio so your best pal doesn’t have to stay at home.
“I did a pilot batch earlier this year in the spring, and people said they loved it,” Elkins said. “It takes longer than I’d like to get a new beer out, unfortunately.”
Likens said he hopes the slowly falling temperatures will draw people into the food truck park more often.
Metro residents should take advantage of numerous opportunities to improve themselves by visiting some local venues for continued learning.