Since McNellie’s opened in 2004, it has been known for its wide selection of beers on tap and in bottles. Its downtown location has been the site of countless happy hours and pint nights.
Each month a new beer menu is curated featuring local and international brewers with seasonal drafts, as well as canned and bottled brews.
A special section of the menu — Ales from the Crypt — is reserved for vintage beers with limited availability. When we popped into the pub in early September, the selection included a 2012 Chimay Grand Reserve ($40, 25.4 ounces), a 2015 Anthem Bourbon Barrel Uroboros ($24, 16.9 ounces) and a 2014 Sierra Nevada Bigfoot ($12, 12 ounces) among its two dozen varieties.
One of these beers would be great to wash down a McNellie’s signature burger, especially on Wednesday night: burger night. Starting at 5 p.m., diners can get the classic McNellie’s charburger for only $3.99. That’s a half-pound patty topped with lettuce, tomato, onion and pickle between a brioche bun. You can’t go wrong with a side of sweet potato fries.
Ales from the Crypt and burger night are available at both McNellie’s Tulsa locations, 409 E. First St. and 7031 S. Zurich Ave.