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Lefty's on Greenwood 10 N. G RE E NWO O D AV E . T U LSA You have to love a sports bar or restaurant that’s located across the street from ONEOK Field, where Tulsa sports fans congregate on game nights. So, whether you’re in town to watch baseball or soccer, or you want to kick up your feet and watch the games on TV, Lefty’s delivers in spades. They’ve got 14 beers on tap and plenty of classic and modern cocktails to go with their spicy nachos, chili cheese fries, chicken wings and burgers — all great sports-watching noshes.

Mexicali Border Cafe 14 W. M . B. BRA DY ST. T U LSA Get your game fix downtown with a visit to the always fun Mexicali. The bar is a comfortable place to sit and watch the big screens, or you can opt to sit at a table with family and friends while the game is playing in the background. Enjoy fajita specials Tuesday, and enchilada specials on Wednesdays, along with one of their many margaritas, sangrias and beers.

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Los Cabos

Main Street Tavern


1325 E. 15T H ST. T ULSA



9455 N. OWASSO EXPRESSWAY OWASSO The highest level of food quality and freshness is what you can expect at any of the Los Cabos locations. The regular customers can’t get enough of their carnitas, chicken and steak fajitas and the tasty blackened tilapia, to name a few great menu options. The outdoor patios and overall atmosphere make this a great place to enjoy good food with great friends and co-workers, before, after or during an awesome game.

MixCo 3 R D AN D D E N V E R T ULSA MixCo is one of the most interesting bars in Oklahoma. It’s swanky. It’s posh. But this speakeasy-style watering hole is also alluring in a surprisingly creative sort of way. Game nights and movie nights, as well as special live music performances, mean that no two times at this place will ever be the same. While others may be inspired by the March mayhem going on, you’ll be inspired by the way MixCo makes mixing drinks look like a sport of its own.

Regulars and first-time visitors alike rave about this convenient Broken Arrow restaurant’s menu. And of course, they have the screens and beers on tap to make a night of sports viewing a thing of bliss. Enjoy the friendly service and great atmosphere as you chow down on the homemade potato chips and blue cheese horseradish dip, the giant-sized beer-battered mozzarella sticks, pub fries and the build-yourown-burger.

Maryn's Taphouse and Raw Bar 400 RI VERWA L K TE R R ACE JE NKS What is it about a restaurant or bar that makes customers come back, time and time again? People who’ve been to George’s Pub in Jenks know. The design of the upscale restaurant is an open-air style that shows off its enormous size, and every seat in the house has a view of the bar. One hundred different beers — 40 on tap and 60 in the bottle — to choose from, either by the pint or half-pint, makes Maryn’s Taphouse worthy of their name, but the food experience is just as exceptional. Watch the big games on one of their huge big-screens, and enjoy a few with Maryn’s chicken wings. You’ll be set, even if the game goes into overtime.

Napa Flats Wood-Fired Kitchen R Bar & Grill 9912 RI VERS I D E PA RKWAY T ULSA On the south side of Tulsa, along the Arkansas River, you can enjoy terrific service, tasty meals and big-screen TVs at Napa Flats. Among their menu offerings, you’ll find some wood-fired pizzas perfect for game night with your buddies. Try the Brazos barbecue chicken pizza — allnatural chicken, homemade barbecue sauce, mozzarella, parmigiano, red onions and garnished with cilantro. If you’re there with calorie-conscious people, no worries — drinks with a light calorie count are highlighted on the bar menu.

3421 S. PEORI A AVE . TU LSA If you’ve walked down Brookside day or night, you’ve probably noticed the R Bar’s deck-style patio full and bubbling over with people. Plus, they have an impressive collection of domestic and international beers on tap and bottled for happy hour and game nights, which you can enjoy on one of their 60-inch plasma televisions. From smoked Bavarian pretzels and chicken cigars to barbecue Cubans and burgers topped with fried egg or red onion jam, it’s easy to have a great meal and time at R Bar.

March 2018 (Vol. 32, No. 3)  

Where to Dine. What to Do. Where to Find It. When It's Happening. Preview 918 For 32 years, Preview 918 has been the best resource for disc...

March 2018 (Vol. 32, No. 3)  

Where to Dine. What to Do. Where to Find It. When It's Happening. Preview 918 For 32 years, Preview 918 has been the best resource for disc...