600 North Price
Chandler, OK 74834
Phone: (405) 258-2131
Fax: (405) 258-1788
Bars & Cafes
When the road seems altogether long and unforgiving, stop at The Squander Bar for refreshing ale and a dose of music. This venue is host to a number of local bands and musicians strumming on for locals as well as passersby. The bar features recognizable labels and to go with, modest grub. It is also available for rent for private parties providing entertainment for the same. For more information on whats happening and who's playing, call ahead or check out their website.
Eskimo Joe's is a local drinking and dining outlet that offers a lively atmosphere and great food. Serving typical American cuisine, you can devour huge burgers, sandwiches or simply savor other preparations. All the dishes cooked here are made from the freshest and finest ingredients, the fact is evident from the popularity of the catering services offered here. As the evening progresses, this casual restaurant transforms into a simple bar that serves excellent beers, wines and other beverages. That's not it, Eskimo Joe's brings forth the best of entertainment to its patrons and has staged performances of local and national artists/bands. Past performers include Vandevander, Bart Crow Band, Wakeland, Caroline's Spine and Jimmy Newquist. Entry to the bar is only for all above 21 years of age, so do ensure that you carry a photo id with you. For gig guide and other details, call ahead.
Vin Dolce is one of the best wine bars in the Oklahoma City are, and the only on in Edmond. The bar features 16 different wines hooked up to their high-tech Napa Technology Wine Station which keeps the wine good for up to 90 days after opening and automatically dispenses the perfect pour every time, which come in tastes, half glasses and full glasses. In addition to their regular selections, they always have some special wines available as well. Just because the main draw is the wine, don't miss out on the delicious, contemporary small bites offered.
This chain has its roots in Tulsa, but Oklahoma City residents consider it their hometown coffeehouse, too. Dave's is a coffee-lover's paradise, complete with gourmet cappuccinos, cocoas, coffees, and teas, as well as gift sets and brewing accessories. The most popular coffee blend is the international-award-winning Snickerdoodle, a combination of cinnamon and hazelnut flavors. Call for opening hours.
Sports themed restaurant featuring a great atmosphere, people, food, and handcrafted ales. Able to accomadate groups up to 60.
The food is very basic, burgers and fries. The specialty (if you can call it that) is a greasy onion burger. But people do not typically come here for the food. There is live music every Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday nights, and sometimes on Saturday, too. The music is rockabilly and progressive bluegrass. Aside from enjoying the music, you can also enjoy pool tables, dartboards and five television sets where you can watch the game.
A national upscale restaurant, P.F. Chang's China Bistro is known for its delicious desserts as it is for its equally delicious food. Though traditional Chinese is the basic cuisine, the menu incorporates a list of contemporary Chinese delicacies. A full bar is featured here and serves an impressive list of alcoholic drinks. Though the decor has a touch of class the place is perfect for a casual meeting. P.F. Chang's China Bistro is for those who want to enjoy a hearty Chinese fare with a well complemented wine list.
This LGBT club located right off I-44 is hosted within OKC's largest gay resort, the Habana Inn. The Copa presents theme nights throughout the week and some of the shows range from DJs and karaoke to boxer shorts and drag queens, every night is something new. The proprietors also host many events for the LGBT community of Oklahoma and even if you are a not a guest at the resort, the club is open for everybody. Check website for show calendar and details.
This small neighborhood restaurant, located near upscale Nichols Hills, serves what it calls “rustic-style Italian food.” Old-fashioned Italian meals mix comfortably with new dishes like the pasta chips, which are pieces of fried pasta (Flip's answer to the potato chip). A popular hang out for the locals, Flip's is a great place to experience Oklahoma City and specifically the Nichols Hills area. An average meal includes soup and salad, and the bar serves an extensive selection of beer, wine and liquor. They also showcase local artists, and feature a new artist every six weeks.
Republic Gastropub is a wonderful restaurant and pub that has an upscale, yet casual atmosphere. You'll spot couples meeting for a first date, coworkers enjoying a drink after work, and sports fans who are here to cheer on their team. Above all people come here to enjoy the delicious food and fantastic drinks. Try the Smoked Salmon Sliders or the Republic Burger with bacon relish and a fried egg. Make sure to pair your meal with one of their American craft beers. No matter what drink you're in the mood for you'll find it with 100 beers on tap and 250 different types of bottled beers.
It seems as if every city in the U.S. has a place called the 'Blue Note'. In OKC however, this one is not named after the legendary jazz label. Nevertheless, since 1951 this particular one has provided the sounds of every type of music imaginable, not just jazz. In fact, Blue Note is a haven for punk and rock fans, with at least one live act on stage during the week. Upon entering, the casual atmosphere and great drinks only highlight the music. And if you're here during happy hour you'll get to play a free game of pool and enjoy two drinks for the price of one.
Beer and live music make great partners and the guys at the 51st Street Speakeasy definitely appreciate this combo. Here guests will find great live music and a full bar that includes a nice selection of whiskey, beer and wines from around the world. Many up-and-coming local bands ply their trade here almost every night of the week and the patio in the back is the perfect place to have a drink.