Kayla Coffey and Anna Farha from Localites OKC; Taylor Lawrence and Tabbi Burwell from Visit OKC; and Uncovering Oklahoma team up on a pub crawl of the Deep Deuce District to show that the area is more than just apartments by visiting its unique bars and restaurants. In this crawl, we visit Urban Johnnies, Anchor Down, Aloft Hotel’s WXYZ Bar, Stag Lounge, and the Deep Deuce Grill. Not only do we learn about each place, but we get history lessons about cocktails and the district.
If you don’t have time to watch the entire pub crawl, the video has been broken down into individual segments as well.
121 NE 2nd Street, Oklahoma City
The idea for Urban Johnnie came around in early 2013. While Johnnie’s Charcoal Broiler has been an Oklahoma Staple for more than 40 years, owner Rick Haynes wanted to create an updated concept that would please the modern citizen in the Deep Deuce District.
30 NE 2nd Street, Oklahoma City
Cast your anchor at Anchor Down where they specialize in craft drinks and gourmet corn dogs.
228 NE 2nd Street, Oklahoma City
A sanctuary for lovers of spirits and cigars, Stag offers more than 350 bottles of whiskey and almost 500 spirits, along with classic cocktails, beer, and wine. In the video segment, the bar manager, David, gives everyone a history lession on cocktails in America.
209 North Walnut Avenue, Oklahoma City
Mix and mingle over specialty cocktails, beer, wine and bite-size snacks at Aloft’s signature 2-story W XYZ bar. In the warmer months, guests can visit the sixth floor for photo worthy photos of Bricktown and Downtown.
323 NE 2nd Street, Oklahoma City
At the end of the pub crawl, we visit the place that started the revilitization of the area, the Deep Deuce Grill. While at this American Bar and Grill in the heart of Deep Deuce, owner Craig Brown discuss the history of the distrist.
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