Just six months after the Closing Ceremony of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the world prepares for the Opening Ceremony of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. On February 4, athletes will gather from around the world and viewers will gather around the TV. Catch the Olympic spirit (and enjoy some awesome grub) by cheering on Team USA at one of these popular sports bars and restaurants.
Bars & Breweries
Fassler Hall, the German-style pub in Midtown, has plenty of seating to accommodate large groups and an extensive menu to quench your thirst and feed your hungry belly. They've got brats, appetizers, salads and sandwiches. For drinks, Fassler Hall offers German and domestic beer on tap and in the bottle, as well as cocktails and wine. Flat-screen TVs line the walls of the bar and seating area, making it a perfect place to watch the Olympics.
In Automobile Alley, Prairie Artisan Ales offers everything from bold barrel aged stouts to crisp and funky farmhouse ales. At the center of their seating area is a large projection screen for viewing the Olympics.
Also located in Automobile Alley is Twisted Spike Brewery, OKC's largest taproom. With 24 beers on tap, there are plenty of options to wet your whistle. They have a TV behind the bar, so snag a spot at the bar to cheer on Team USA.
The Pump is located in Uptown 23rd and known for its eclectic atmosphere. It's also pet-friendly, so your furry friends can tag along. Their drink menu includes local and specialty beer, as well as cocktails and appetizers. Several TVs are located inside.
Jones Assembly has a massive projector screen in the main dining area, perfect for viewing the Olympics. Their drink menu includes craft cocktails, by-the-glass wine and beer on tap, and their upscale dining menu includes Steak Frites, Nashville Hot Chicken, wood-fired pizza and more.
You'll have trouble deciding which screen to look at when you dine at Republic Gastropub in Classen Curve. This sports bar restaurant has wall-to-wall TVs, playing every game on at same the time. Nearly 100 beers are on tap and their full menu will not disappoint.
James E. McNellie’s Pub in Midtown has three floors, and televisions on every one. Enjoy their casual atmosphere, huge selection of beer and menu full of pub favorites.
Parlor is a collection of bars and restaurants with one dining area. With 2 bars and 7 restaurants to choose from, there is something for everyone. They have TVs behind the bar and in casual seating areas with couches and armchairs, so you can comfortably watch the Team USA take home the gold!
OKC Tap House, located off the Omni's main lobby and accessible from Robinson Avenue, has a huge wall of TV screens you can view from upstairs and downstairs, plus fun arcade games like fooze ball and skee ball. They also offer a full menu of food and drinks.