Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery

Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery1900 NW Expressway
Oklahoma City, OK 73118

Phone: 405-840-1911
Fax: 405-840-0219
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Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery, located in the heart of northwest Oklahoma City, is a favorite destination for lunch, dinner, drinks and entertainment.  Enjoy a lunch and dinner menu of pastas, burgers, pizzas, entrees and more, served until 10pm.  Try appetizers such as seasoned fried green beans or potato skins, then move on to a mushroom and Swiss burger or a Reuben sandwich.  A hearty soup of the day is offered, and a variety of fresh salads, like the Santa Fe salad or the salmon salad, are light yet satisfying.  Raspberry chicken, chicken fried steak, Cajun ...

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  • Dining Type: Casual Dining

  • Entertainment: Live Entertainment

  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Credit Cards Accepted

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Private Dining Room, Seating Capacity: 300

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-44, Route 66

  • Meals Served: Dinner, Lunch

  • Suitable for Ages: All Ages

Day

Open

Close

Monday

11:00 am

12:00 am

Tuesday

11:00 am

12:00 am

Wednesday

11:00 am

12:00 am

Thursday

11:00 am

12:00 am

Friday

11:00 am

2:00 am

Saturday

11:00 am

2:00 am

Located in 50 Penn Place, located at NW 50th and Pennsylvania.

Primary Contact:

David Riesenberg




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From Derek on 01/09/2011

This restaurant let me down in such a big way. My travels have taken me all over the United States and all over the world. I have been called a beer nerd by many and I have been to many breweries, brew pubs, ale house's and restaurants. This place ranks dead last on my list. The people here are among the most unfriendly I have ever encountered at a restaurant. We felt unwelcome and were happy to leave. The first beer I tried was supposedly an oatmeal stout, but it tasted like a dirty dish rag. The beer was flat and tasted horrible. It is by far the worst stout I have ever had. My friends and I have brewed far better. I decided to give it another shot and try their India Pale Ale, but they were out of that. At this point, I was so turned off by the taste of their oatmeal stout that I ordered Sierra Nevada's Pale Ale. That's right, I was at a brewery that serves their beer on location and I settled for a beer made by another brewery. On a good note, their root beer was very tasty. Our server took our order and nothing more. Not once did she say hello or welcome us to her restaurant. Not once did she say thanks or try to engage us as customers. The server had trouble letting her guests finish a sentence and when she served us our food she never said a single word. She simply put the food on the table and quietly left. Perhaps I'm wrong, but isn't a waitresses job to listen to her customer? I would have rather ate at a military mess hall or a buffet that's how cold and unfriendly this place was. The food was very average. Our meal consisted of fried pickles, pizza, a cheeseburger, reuben sandwich, fish & chips and carrot cake. The reuben sandwich and fried pickles were good. Everything else was very average. The serving sizes were average as well. We were let down in a big way as we have struggled to find what we consider good food here in the Oklahoma City area. I'm trying to stay positive, but at this point I'm starting to miss Texas. Belle Isle has a lot to learn and needs to figure it out. The fact that this establishment is such a big hit with the locals makes me feel sorry for them, for they truly are missing out on what the world of beer and cuisine has to offer. I want to believe that Belle Isle has brewed better beer in the past so for this reason I will give them one more chance to win over my taste buds and my loyalty. Overall, a most unfortunate experience.


 
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