Thursday, January 21, 2010

James E. McNellie's Public House

One week ago I posted a Sepia version of this place. Sue and I met some friends here for dinner last Saturday evening before we went to the Tulsa Symphony. The food was excellent and the atmosphere was fun. This is the ultimate pub. They boast of having 60 different beers on tap and several hundred in the bottle, 350 varieties in all from all over the world. They have a pdf of their beer list if you would like to look HERE.




We enjoyed this place enough that my friend Worth and I met here again for lunch today. We had the char-burger and a side of tabouli, both of which were excellent. The menu is a bit limited as you would expect for a pub but is very good. You can see a pdf of the food menu HERE. Their web site is interesting, see it HERE.

5 comments:

Micki02 said... [Reply to comment]

Waiter please !
I would like a Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap with a Chimay beer.
After a ice cream and one coffee !
This pub is very lovely, I like decoration !
have a nice day !

NicoleB said... [Reply to comment]

Scotty - beam me over.
That looks like a darn cool place!

Mh - next time you go, check if you can get a Sakara - that's a decent Egyptian beer ;)

Or go for something German, but be careful with THAT stuff ;)

Sharon's Mum Anne said... [Reply to comment]

That pub frontage reminds me of a fire station - it's obviously the big red doors.

I think the guys in the pub look quite serious - perhaps pub drinking in Tulsa is a serious business?

lost said... [Reply to comment]

Wow, that pub looks so inviting! Sounds like a great place too with a great selection of drinks!

Serge Cornillet said... [Reply to comment]

Good cars en 4x4 there, and I like the restaurant scene, thanks to share your life moments.
Bye
Serge