The 8 Best Beer Gardens in Oklahoma!

The modern beer garden is a German cultural export. The word is derived from “biergarten,” which is an outdoor space for drinking beer, usually on benches in a communal area. Although the custom includes German food, like spaetzle and wurst, of course we’ve Americanized it to mean any food you can enjoy in the great outdoors! For a laid-back experience, check out the best beer gardens in Oklahoma. 

Bleu Garten, Oklahoma City, OK

Located in Midtown, this garden that takes its name from the French and German, is a unique dining experience. It’s a place where food trucks can park and serve customers. It also has an on-site “Beer Barn” were you can get beer, cocktails, and other spirits. The venue has clean restrooms, shaded seating, misters for summer and heaters for cooler evenings, and a stage for entertainment. Check out their calendar for special events that benefit animals. 

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The Yard, Oklahoma City, OK

This urban beer garden is located in Automobile Alley and made entirely out of shipping containers. It has its own amphitheater, plus food and drinks. It boasts more than 50 beers in bottles and cans, with 15 local brews, plus wine and liquor. During the day, the Yard features special events, too.

The Patriarch, Edmond, OK

You’ll find plenty of craft beers at this unique bar. Known as “The Hunt House” by locals, it’s a three-story, 110+-year-old home that has been renovated into a public space with an outdoor patio to enjoy games and drinks. It features food trucks and a Yakitori restaurant. 

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Fassler Hall, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, OK

Fassler Hall takes inspiration from the German Beer Halls in Europe. Make sure to get an order of duck fat fries. The pretzels are pretty amazing, too, especially when served up with a side of smoked gouda cheese sauce. You’ll want to check out their entertainment schedule and specials. On Mondays, sausages are half-price all day. 

Fuel 66, Tulsa, OK

Fuel 66 is a unique place in Tulsa right on Route 66. It’s a family-friendly place that features local beers, special events and food trucks. Most of the events are in the evening, convenient for travelers who want something special after they’ve been driving all day or for locals to get to after work. 

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Royal Bavaria, Moore, OK

The beer garden at Royal Bavaria is open Spring through Fall. You’ll often find special music or other events. It can also be rented for private parties. It features classic German food and handcrafted brews, served by staff wearing traditional German dirndls. 

Open Container, Tulsa, OK

This patio bar has great vibes. Its outdoor space is a wonderful place to sip on good brews and dig in to delicious food. It’s a casual place to enjoy the Tulsa skyline and enjoy hanging out with friends and even making new ones.  

Grateful Head Pizza Oven & Tap Room, Hochatown, OK

Although the cuisine is Italian, the outdoor stage and garden is more German in nature. They’ve spent a lot of time remodeling the outside to make it customer-friendly. It also serves local craft beers, some are seasonal, so you’ll want to go every month to see what changes. 

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