Put a German twist on your night out and stop in Fassler Hall for a liter of beer and some table-stompin’ fun. Fassler is a beer hall that gets rowdy like Oktoberfest all year long. This German-inspired bar has one of Tulsa’s finest selections of European draft beers and weekly live music and karaoke to keep you entertained. If you’re looking for sausage, you may have found your nirvana. From bratwurst, habanero chicken, lamb or the Falafel Dog (deep fried and served on pita with greens, feta, tzatziki sauce and black olives), Fassler Hall makes some of the best in the 918. Fassler Hall also has a brunch menu. Breakfast tacos (chorizo, bacon or veggie); spicy chicken, bacon or sausage biscuits; and waffle plates (chicken and waffles, maple bacon or Belgian waffles) all provide that morning fix you need to get going again.
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