4th Annual Jonestoberfest - Saturday, October 23, 2021


OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma (October 14, 2021) – Grab your lederhosen or dirndls and head to The Jones Assembly for the 4th Annual Jonestoberfest sponsored by Republic National Distributing Company. This is a free event taking place on The Jones Assembly patio. They will celebrate in true Jones Assembly style with a day full of food, spirits, and music. This time in the form of German grub, bier, and folk music

“Jonestoberfest has become a mainstay for The Jones Assembly and our guests! It’s a great way to spend a fall Saturday on our patio,” says Charlie Alvarado, Hospitality Manager.

Bier will be flowing, custom steins and event t-shirts will be up for purchase, and classic German fare will be served starting at 3 p.m. from their patio walk-up window. Food specials will include a local Schwab’s turkey leg, colossal pretzels with dipping sauces, a jalapeno cheddar brat corn dog, and sinful, but delicious cheesy Jones tots. Guten Appetite! Traditional folk tunes performed by The Polkatimers will kick off the afternoon from 3-5 p.m.. See you Saturday, Oct. 23rd!

The Jones Assembly is open from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. on Saturday. Jonestoberfest, starting at 3 p.m. will take place on the patio and is open to the public. Reservations for brunch and dinner in the dining room can be made at www.thejonesassembly.com or in the Resy app.


About The Jones Assembly

The Jones Assembly, a 20,000 square-foot dining and entertainment destination in downtown Oklahoma City, opened in July 2017 at 901 W. Sheridan. The latest creation of The Social Order Dining Collective, The Jones Assembly pairs outstanding refined regional cuisine with an innovative approach to live music, establishing a new standard for Oklahoma City’s dining and nightlife. A 225-seat restaurant with separate downstairs and mezzanine bars and a 1,600-person capacity for live events, The Jones Assembly constitutes an adaptive re-use of two historic facilities that were formerly part of The Fred Jones Manufacturing Company complex. Collaborating with James Boswell Architect of Tulsa, known for the firm’s wildly successful 2003 revitalization of Cain’s Ballroom, principal partners Brian Bogert, Kirk and Fred Hall of Hall Capital, and Graham Colton created a destination that revitalizes two century-old historic buildings while creating a new cornerstone for the burgeoning West Village area of downtown Oklahoma City.