Tulsa’s Cherry Street has something for almost any craving, and chances are The Pint on Cherry Street can fix it. The new restaurant opened recently in digs previously housing the popular White Owl. The Pint offers hungry patrons a varied selection of appetizers, sandwiches, soups, salads and entrees along with a wide selection of beer on tap and more than 30 varieties of bottled beers.
Owner Andres Comacho, a Pennsylvania native, moved to Tulsa six years ago and worked at Bodean Seafood Restaurant, Southern Hills Country Club and The Mayo Hotel before opening The Pint. Wanting the space to feel more like a restaurant than a bar, Comacho replaced the upper level pool table with more tables. He also worked with the executive chef, Mitch Neely, to create a menu more upscale than what one is likely to find at a bar and pub. On the roster are house specialties such as mahi-mahi tacos with pineapple salsa, fish and chips, a buffalo chicken sandwich and a prime rib sandwich.
Desserts are equally as rich – try a chocolate chip cookie sundae or cherry shortcake. The Pint is also open for brunch on weekends. 1325 E. 15th St., Tulsa. 918.561.6119