The Manhattan OKC
Enjoy sandwiches, salads, appetizers and the famous Rococo Crab Cake. Our simple menu will have options for every time of the day. You can dine-in, take advantage of the patio or order for the whole office using GrubHub, our online To-Go ordering service. The Manhattan OKC is open late with food and drink specials during Thunder games, Civic Center concerts and other downtown events.
Happy Hour Food & Drink Specials
Enjoy a Seasonal Selection of our favorite Happy Hour Food & Drink's.
Terms and Conditions:
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: May 28, 2019
Ends: May 29, 2118
Availability: Mon-Sat 3:00PM-7:00PM
I’m excited to go back soon! All 5 of us ding had a wonderful meal, interesting new cocktails and Morgan, are server, was unbelievable. Highly recommended from our group!
Fun atmosphere, good service, good drinks, and good food.
This was quite a pleasant surprise. We went there on recommendation from another fab restaurant in the area. It was chief-quality food. Nice, small atmosphere. All around a lovely experience and we'll go back.
Mediocre for a high price.
Wonderful experience! The food was delicious and the atmosphere was nice.
There were big problems in the kitchen getting the meals out. We waited over an hour for our entrees. We did have a reservation. At least we got both of ours. The table next to us had also been waiting longer and only got 2 out of 3 meals when they finally arrived. Took over 10 minutes for them to get the third. I didn’t order what I wanted because they told me it would take at least 20 minutes to prep the lobster. If I had know it would be over an hour I would have ordered what I really wanted. I know it was the kitchen because the servers were giving the cooks death stares at the counter. I had a direct view and was able to watch the process. The servers sent back several meals to the cooks because they were not correct. There did not seem to be a manager present to help correct the situation. It may have been the bartender but he was more into talking to people at the bar. The food did taste good once we got it but we had to eat it quickly to make it to the Thunder game. I love Rococo’s so I was eager to eat there. However It was not near the service or attention to detail as Rococo’s. They did not seem to be too worried about losing customers. I will not be back.
Salmon was excellent
The Manhattan is a great place to stop in and have a good drink before or after events.
Spinach dip was very tasty ! My husband said the salmon was not fishy at all, and the sauce on the stroganoff was great ! However for the price we paid as well as for flavor purposes, from scratch pasta would have been more well received.
Aaron is the best bartender in the metro! The love of his craft is very apparent!!
The lobster roll was over cooked and dry. Not sure why this is something they brag about. The potatoes they served with it were bland and tasted strongly of vinegar...which might have paired well with fish if the execution was better. Overall, we won’t be back and don’t recommend if there’s another option you’re considering.
Love this place.
Had a great evening with family at The Manhattan OKC. The food was excellent and the drinks were great. Our server was very knowledgable and did a great job taking care of us during our time there.
Service was great, food was bland. Not worth the price.
Smaller than I thought it would be. It’s connected to an office building and there was a housekeeping crew vacuuming while we were eating which was loud. The bartender finally closed the doors to the building which helped. Food was pretty good. Small portions. Had the lemon cake for dessert which was yummy! Overall not a bad place to go for a drink or a light dinner...
Quality food, top flight service and an exceptional value!
Went for my sons 20th birthday. It was a nice place not very busy I’d say it’s busier during the work week for lunch. The food was fair. I’d go back the owner is very nice and wants you to have a good experience
Wonderful evening, we were the loud crowd. Definitely would recommend to friends.
Great little place. Waiter did a good job talking about the menu. Food was delicious.
The drinks were really good. Food was good but overpriced for what was offered- the amount of food for the main dishes were as small as the appetiers. Overall it was okay but I wouldn’t go back a second time.
Total disappointment. We spent $100 and got $50 worth of food and drinks. It felt like they were cutting corners everywhere.
We ordered a whiskey sour and old fashioned, both of which were watered down with tons of ice and weak. One had a real maraschino and the other a fake.
The bruschetta with bleu cheese tasted nice but were ridiculously small.
My partner had the French onion soup and it was more like an onion broth soup with some onion floating in it. It wasn't rich and delicious like it should be. It was so flavorless and no crouton, just a piece of bread floating in it.
He got the $34 filet and it was the cheapest cut we've ever seen. I don't think it was a filet mignon at all. It was thin, dry and not seared for flavor. They clearly didn't let it rest either. The potatoes were under cooked and the tomatoes were clearly from a can.
The lobster roll was fine just too rich. Half way through I had to ditch the bread because of how much butter there was. The German potato salad was good but the portion was soooo small.
Two hours later and we were so hungry from the meager portions, we went to Whataburger. I wish we went to Redrock instead. :(
We also were seated next to the window with the sun beating in. It was so hot and uncomfortable.
My friends had the filet, and while it was cooked properly, it wasn’t seasoned well. I had the scallops, they were very good, but just a touch over cooked. The appetizers & the summer pasta was delicious.
I had the Summer Saute a few weeks ago and it was delicious--this time it was terrible--totally dry, no sauce and overcooked shrimp. Love this place so will go back anyway.
Food was delicious. Unfortunately, the other aspects left much to be desired. Service was fair -- water bottle/glasses never filled, had to take check to counter for payment as server never returned to table to get our credit card. Server seemed to have limited knowledge of menu and was preoccupied with larger "bride-to-be" party. Our special occasion (44th anniversary) was never referenced, despite notation in two different places on our reservation. The sun beams in the western windows for about an hour (very warm and difficult to see if facing the windows) -- shades are definitely needed. Recommend the food but restaurant needs to take care of the details that make guests comfortable and appreciated.
Had a great time. The food was excellent and served in a timely manner. Wait staff was friendly and efficient. Atmosphere was great.
The food was over priced and the steak was over cooked really disappointing wanted to like this place. Drinks were good and bar tender was nice.
The table we were at was in the sun as it went down. It was so bad we could not even enjoy our food. They said it was a problem every day so why would they not put something on the window?
The food was great and the coconut Mojito was awesome.
Great for brunch. Wonderful staff.
Great night here- from drinks to dinner, everything was wonderful! Short on wait staff that night, we had the pleasure to be served by the executive chef, Disty Simpson. Lucky for us!! The specialty, crab cake, as an appetizer was very good. It has a bit of spice, but not overwhelming. Paul had the Love’s risotto, filled with shaved ham and fresh vegetables. Delicious. Kathleen ordered the beef medallion special with mushrooms. Fantastic!! This place a cool vibe, and the Raven statue out front is fun. The Manhattan drink list is impressive. Too boozy for me, but the wine list was excellent, as well. Next time we are in town we will be back!
Excellent food and drinks, Aaron was a great server, and the place was quiet, even for a Saturday night. If you want a nice place to splurge a bit, and not feel too stuffy or crowded, this hidden gem is worth a look.
Bartender was slow. Service was slow. Food was good. The music, Jordan Law, was excellent
I was very disappointed the chicken added to the Caesar salad was boiled chicken and not grilled and did not have much flavor. My husband had the lobster roll and said it was amazing. Limited menu.
Our third time there. It was pretty disappointing this time really. Poor cut of tiny grissly steak ordered medium came out rare, sent back and came out charred and still rare. I should have asked how big the filet was but certainly didn't expect what was served. They said 5.5 oz. They apologized about it. Not sure we will go back again really.
The waitress was very knowledgeable and attentive. The food was delicious. I was surprised at how small a space it is, but we had a lovely meal, well prepared, a nice selection.
Was our first visit a new discovery for us—had drinks and the Salmon feature of the evening—- delicious. Was a quaint little place — with good drinks n Plenty of TV’s also. Convenient to the civic center — nice to park once and then walk to our venues
For the evening...
We love Manhattan and probably just got a server having a bad day. It took almost half an hour to get our drink order. We were about half way finished with our dinner when we overheard the restaurant had some dinner specials that night she never mentioned. We will give it another try.
My husband and I tried The Manhattan because we are big fans of Rocco. The menu is basically the same as Rocco, but with an emphasis on the Manhattan cocktail. The food and service were good, but will just go to Rocco when we want a delicious crab cake.
Delicious appetizers and drinks. Lobster was very good.