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Wedged between a hair salon and a vintage auto repair shop, this neighborhood hideaway on the edge of Arcadia has been serving up grub and suds for more than a decade now. Known especially for its hearty wings, daily dinner specials like two-for-one burgers, and other offerings within the realm of American pub-style eats, the grill at J.T.’s (shorthand for owner John Taylor) is located behind the bar, providing much-needed space in the tiny, dimly lit room filled entirely from floor to ceiling with treasures symbolizing the owner’s three loves: sports, Marilyn Monroe, and the Rolling Stones. This divey drinking den’s typically home to a lively bunch and a raucous, convivial vibe on most nights, with Arcadians providing patronage to longtime barkeeps, gulping down any of the nine beers on tap with a new-found friend, or inquiring about J.T., the “grumpy old man” whose reputation’s as fiery as his famous wings.
No food scores with sports fans quite like wings. Whether hot, spicy, sweet, all wings, all drumsticks, or a little of each, we've listed ten of our favorite spots for wings in the Valley (plus a few ... More »
Grub and suds and a bit of bullshit best describe JT's Bar & Grill, the neighborhood Arcadia hideaway of owner John Taylor. The tiny, dimly lit room filled with tributes to the owner's three loves -- sports, Marilyn Monroe, and the Rolling Stones -- boasts a solid selection of standard bar fare that doesn't disappoint. The tongue-in-cheek menu features south-of-the-(Canadian)-border specialties like beef "ques-a-ma-dias," "chicken feet" (fried chicken strips), and ABS... More »
You don't have to be fan of the Sooner State to love JT's Bar & Grill -- but a little affection for Oklahoma certainly helps. There's OU paraphernalia everywhere -- and, on one wall, an album cover from Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma! But even if you couldn't care less about Okies, we guarantee you'll love JT's, simply because this tiny Arcadia watering hole is a true original. There's classic rock and country on the jukebox, Christmas lights twinkling on the ceiling, and... More »
Ah, the typical Arcadian. If you live in the neighborhood, and you want breakfast, you hit La Grande Orange. Light lunch? It's all about Pita Jungle. For your swankier dining needs, radioMILANO, the Vig, and Postino fit the bill. Coffee time? Stop by Mama Java's. And when you want to slum it up for some cheap cocktails, it's time for the Dilly Dally. But there's one spot we love to hit that's a little off the radar -- as all great neighborhood bars should be.Keep your eyes peeled when... More »
Ah, the typical Arcadian. If you live in the neighborhood, and you want breakfast, you hit La Grande Orange. Light lunch? It's all about Pita Jungle. For your swankier dining needs, radioMILANO, the Vig, and Postino fit the bill. Coffee time? Stop by Mama Java's. And when you want to slum it up for some cheap cocktails, it's time for the Dilly Dally. But there's one spot we love to hit that's a little off the radar — as all great neighborhood bars should be. Keep your eyes peeled when you drive on Indian School east of 44th Street, because you might miss this little jewel if you blink. JT's Bar & Grill is tucked away, marked by a small patio adorned year-round with Christmas lights. Step in and prepare yourself: The place is so little it overflows if just 40 people show up. But that makes things cozy as you settle up to the bar and order a few rounds of reasonably priced drinks. The smell of deep-fried goodness and cooking burgers fills the place as you watch your favorite sports game and relax. The place is a fave with the locals, and after one visit, it's easy to see why.
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