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Located in Tulsa's famous blue dome building, Arnie's Bar has been a T-Town staple for over 50 years. After relocating to the Blue Dome Entertainment District in 2000, Arnie's Bar took up residence in the nostalgic building that anchors the district. The blue dome building was originally built in 1912 as a filling station and 100 years later still retains all the original charm with Moorish architecture, leaded glass doors and a spacious courtyard.
One step into this cozy Irish tavern and you'll feel right at home. Belly up to the bar and order a mug from the extensive beer menu containing Guinness, Smithwick's, Harp, Boulevard, Killian's, Miller Lite, Budweiser and more. Arnie's Bar happy hour specials run daily from 2-8pm and all day on Sunday. Shoot a round on the shuffleboard table while rocking out to live tunes. Visit the outdoor patio area for a welcoming oasis complete with mature trees, twinkling strands of lights and plenty of ice cold beer.