We just got this Email from the McNellie’s Group! We have a review of Brady Tavern for you coming Soon!
TULSA, OK, January 5, 2011 – Brady Tavern, the newest addition to the McNellie’s Group family of pubs, restaurants and entertainment venues, is now open in downtown Tulsa. Elliot Nelson, the founder and CEO of the McNellie’s Group, describes the Brady Tavern as, “a modern interpretation of the classic neighborhood pub.”
A beautiful dark wood bar, which is the one thing the McNellie’s Group did not change when they took over the space in the old Fox Hotel building at 201 N. Main, inspired Nelson to create a drink menu unlike any other in Tulsa. The menu includes artisan beers, craft wines, hard to find whiskeys from micro-distilleries like Tuthilltown Spirits, and a pre-prohibition era cocktail list created by master mixologist Tony Collins. The signature drink, a bacon infused Old Fashioned, is a mix of bacon infused bourbon, Grade A maple syrup, orange peel and bitters.
The food menu, designed by chef Grant Vespasian, features a gourmet twist on classic pub food. Popular menu items include:
· Tavern Burger – A proprietary grind of short rib and brisket served with a Stilton and mushroom Cognac cream on a house-baked bun
· Roasted Chicken – Served with creamed fingerling potatoes and wilted spinach
· Bangers & Mash – Fassler Hall Bangers, truffled potatoes and Irish whiskey gravy
Freshly baked breads and homemade desserts complement the seasonally influenced menu.
Two chef’s tables, which are literally in the Brady Tavern kitchen, allow customers to enjoy their meals from a completely different perspective. Eating amidst the action of the kitchen is a unique way for diners to watch chefs cook and experience the energy of a busy dinner service.
The Brady Tavern represents the McNellie’s Group first foray into the Brady District. Nelson said, “We’re exited to finally have a presence in the Brady Arts District, downtown Tulsa’s first entertainment district. A lot is happening in the area and we’re happy to be a part of it. The Brady Tavern will be open 7-days a week for lunch, dinner, drinks and late-night dining. Therefore, we hope the Tavern will function as a true pub and become a gathering point for people living in and around downtown.”