The Shops at Legacy is home to many notable and recognizable eateries. But for the times when a fine-dining experience isn’t exactly what you’re looking for (or what your pocketbook wants to dish out mad cash on), there are still a few options.
Ringo’s Pub, off the main strip of bars and restaurants, is more than what you’d expect it to be. It’s a pub, so surely they’ve got a good selection of beverages, but food? “It’s likely just run of the mill pretzels with reheat able cheese,” you may think. And you’d be wrong.
We recently hung out to taste a few dishes and enjoy a few drinks, and here’s what you can expect:
Appetizers and Shareables
Meeting friends for a happy hour? (They’ve got great daily ones!) You’ve got a pretty great selection. Looking for something small or easily shareable? Check out the mini corn dogs, fresh Southwest Egg Rolls or giant pretzels (a group favorite).
Mini-Meals or Late-Night Nosh
Ringo’s kitchen is open later than most places in the Shops, so head over after your flights of wine or karaoke for a nightcap. While you’re there, check out the array of creative sliders (Cordon Bleu, OK burger, Roast Beef, to name a few) served on Hawaiian rolls with an order of fresh French fries that are way too good to share. So make sure you go with friends, order multiple sliders, and taste them all.
Plates to Fill You Up
Grabbing some lunch or dinner? Ringo’s has some great options for that, too.
They’ve got sandwiches (hot ham and Swiss on a pretzel bun is my favorite) and salads (grilled salmon in a pub?! ). And – because they’d have to remove the title of “pub” if they didn’t offer it – fish and chips.
Trivia Night and Happy Hour
Looking for some entertainment or just a good place for a few drinks after work? On Tuesday evenings Ringo’s is home to trivia night hosted by Geeks Who Drink, Monday – Friday you can catch happy hour from 3pm-7pm (all day on Wednesday!), and get fancy on Saturday with half-price bottles of wine from 5pm-10pm.
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This tasting was complimentary; thoughts are my own.