Urban Wineworks

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The Heavenly Burger is served with a side of Brussels sprouts at Urban WineWorks.
The Heavenly Burger is served with a side of Brussels sprouts at Urban WineWorks.

With a remodel that wrapped up in October 2014, Urban Wineworks’ décor is as electrifying as ever, continuing to draw a crowd; its shotgun-style building is lit by yellow hues reflecting off blue and pink bar stools and booths. Pink neon lights stretching the rim of the diner-like bar made of hammered metal energize the space.

One of Urban Wineworks’ experienced bartenders pours a glass of wine. photos by Brent Fuchs.
One of Urban Wineworks’ experienced bartenders pours a glass of wine.
photos by Brent Fuchs.

With an updated look, Chef JoAnn Stanfill brought added flavor, creating a menu that infuses staple bar foods like cheese fries, macaroni and cheese and the Heavenly Burger with equally delicious dishes one may not expect, like ceviche, crab cakes, a plate of bacon-wrapped morsels and a gourmet cheese plate. And coming as good news to its loyal fans, Urban Wineworks announced a few months after reopening that its Sunday brunch was back: a 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. slot that allows Stanfill’s finesse to shine in the preparation of hash browns, biscuits and gravy, French toast, breakfast burritos and other morning glories.

With knowledgeable sommeliers and mixologists behind the full bar, Urban Wineworks has a carefully curated drink selection for diners to choose from, including 80 beers and its own wines of numerous varietals. Becoming a favorite among Oklahoma City diners, Urban Wineworks pairs great tastes with entertainment throughout the week that includes karaoke and live music. 1749 NW 16th St., Oklahoma City. www.urbanww.com

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