Oak St. Drafthouse

Venue Info

Oak's owners have filled an 1886 house with a peerless collection of vintage randomness (of course there's both a 1940s TV and a portrait of some guy who died on the Titanic), and installed custom-made blown-glass tap handles somewhat suggestive of high-end smoky tools and erotic toys. These pump out four dozen beers, half of them Texans (Deep Ellum's Brown Stout & Dream Crusher, Southern Star's Buried Hatchet & Bombshell Blonde...), and the rest ranging from Maredsous Brune 8, to Left Hand 400lb Monkey, to Brother Thelonious, best consumed straight, no chaser, 'round midnight.

Dallas

Oak St. Drafthouse

Oak's owners have filled an 1886 house with a peerless collection of vintage randomness (of course there's both a 1940s TV and a portrait of some guy who died on the Titanic), and installed custom-made blown-glass tap handles somewhat suggestive of high-end smoky tools and erotic toys. These pump out four dozen beers, half of them Texans (Deep Ellum's Brown Stout & Dream Crusher, Southern Star's Buried Hatchet & Bombshell Blonde...), and the rest ranging from Maredsous Brune 8, to Left Hand 400lb Monkey, to Brother Thelonious, best consumed straight, no chaser, 'round midnight.