The Marshall  Arrowhead Pale Ale is a popular pour at Oak & Ore. Photo by Brent Fuchs.
The Marshall
Arrowhead Pale Ale is a popular pour at Oak & Ore. Photo by Brent Fuchs.

The more-than-30 taps along a white-tiled wall are the endpoints of the unseen and carefully chosen keg selections rolled into Oak & Ore. Pouring Oklahoma craft beers alongside top hops from around the country, Oak & Ore has a chalkboard beer list to help you get your fix.

If you’re hungry, pair your beer with bites from the menu; vegan, vegetarian or carnivore, Oak & Ore has something to help soak up that cold brew. In the mood for finger food? In between sips, nibble on Oak & Ore’s take on nachos: a plantain, taro root and potato chip medley with balsamic reduction, melted Gorgonzola crumbles, bacon and chives.

Still hungry? The Knife and Fork Sandwiches are piled high with flavor. The Country French Ham loads Black Forest ham, smoked Gouda, spicy mustard, a fried egg and basil onto a slice of French bread. Digging into one of its sandwiches won’t disappoint, and each is served with an iceberg wedge topped with balsamic, ranch, bacon and diced tomato and a kettle, taro root and plantain chip medley. Substitute those for Moroccan slaw or vegan side options: garbanzo bean salad or cucumber salad. Feel free to wash it all down with another beer. 1732 NW 16th St., Oklahoma City.

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