Social Season Begins at The Jones Assembly

It’s a good time to enjoy an OKC hotspot
The Jones Assembly

As The Jones Assembly celebrated its opening in 2017, Oklahomans could not have predicted the community involvement and musical dining experience that would characterize this engaging eatery. With seasonal and holiday events—including its Jonestober fest for fall, which features German food, drinks, and folk music—and an array of popular musicians on tour through Oklahoma City, The Jones Assembly is thrilled to host its featured events on the open patio where guests can mingle and enjoy the autumn air. In addition to its spacious outdoor venue and bar, the public is welcome to make dinner reservations and experience the indoor dining area, where seasonal movies play on the big screen.The Jones Assembly

 

Speaking of Jonestoberfest, the 2021 version of which just took place Oct. 23, director of marketing Annie Tucker shared the origin of The Jones Assembly’s seasonal celebration: “We started hosting Jonestoberfest in 2018 after a successful opening year under our belt. We had done a St. Patrick’s Day event and our notorious Frosé All Day birthday party, and wanted to add something to our fall calendar.” Above and beyond the restaurant’s fantastic live musical performances, The Jones Assembly aims to stay involved in OKC’s community to keep its audiences excited for the latest up-and-coming events. “We love hosting events on our patio at The Jones Assembly,” said Tucker. “It’s a great way to spend a fall afternoon.” 

 

Even when the pandemic prompted a lack of live music, The Jones Assembly worked to fill its yearly calendar with an array of diverse functions. And now that bands are beginning to tour again, The Jones Assembly’s website and social media are great ways to stay informed of new specials and performances. In November alone, it’s hosting four concerts including Dr. Dog, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, and more. 

 

“The Jones Assembly plans to continue to bring some of the best concerts and food to OKC,” said Tucker. “Our fall/winter menu is right around the corner. We love our city and serving our guests, so you can expect events to get bigger and better every year. 2021 has been a great change of pace from 2020, and we hope for even more normalcy in 2022!” 

 

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