For delicious, authentic German cuisine and beer in the heart of downtown Tulsa, look no further than Fassler Hall. Open until 2am nightly, Fassler Hall also has tons of ever-changing live entertainment. Start off your meal with an authentic Belgian pretzel or order of duck fat fries, which Fassler Hall touts as the 'best fries in Tulsa.'
For your entree, Fassler Hall offers authentic German bratwurst with homemade sauerkraut and house mustard. The menu is rounded out with falafel served on pita with romaine, feta cheese and tzatziki sauce or the completely American beef frank with peppers, pickles, tomatoes, onions, relish, mustard and a little celery salt.
Of course the star of the show at any German restaurant is the brew. Choose from a variety of German and non-German draft or bottled beer, as well as tall boys. The draft beer is served by the half or full liter. Fassler House also has several types of cocktails. Stop by Fassler Hall for a late night of beer, food and fun.
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