Prairie Artisan Ales makes some damn fine brews. Their Prairie Bomb! is one of the best and even though you have to take out a second mortgage to buy one it's worth it once in a while. We were in Tulsa recently and noticed that Prairie built a huge new brewpub downtown AND they have fries.
Our Uber driver later told us that the big barrel with all the taps on it was imported from somewhere in Europe. #InsiderInfo
Here's a closer shot of the barrel thing. Impressive.
They call their fries "Crack Fries". I guess that means they're like crack and you keep wanting more and more. Is crack still even a thing? Anyway, 3 bucks for some fries in a fancy-schmancy brewpub is a pretty good price. I took this artsy photo of the window next to our table while we waited. I am a professional photographer after all.
House cut fries with (what I believe was) truffle oil and parmesan tossed about.
Great amount, good price, and strong overall. DO IT.
Afterwards we went to Fassler Hall and I took this great picture of Amy outside in the beer garden (because I am a professional photographer).
A REALLY drunk girl saw me taking Amy's picture and INSISTED that she take one of both of us. I have no idea how she got that stamp looking thing on the picture. She is NOT a professional photographer!
After that we saw Billy Joel play.
And then we saw Andrew Jackson Jihad play.
We were so rad.