TULSA -- Mother Road Market, a new 27,000 square-foot food hall in midtown Tulsa, will be opening Nov. 2.
The market is housed on Route 66 in the historic 1939 Scrivner-Stevens Grocery building. Opening weekend will feature live music, a yoga class and family-friendly activities.
Customers will be able to visit 20 different businesses under one roof at the market.
"The Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation team had the goal to build a food innovation district along Route 66 so that we could decrease barriers for Tulsa food startups. We researched, tested and collaborated with community stakeholders to build Mother Road Market and we can’t wait to celebrate the grand opening with the Tulsa community on November 2," said LTFF CEO Elizabeth Frame Ellison.
The businesses that will be occupying the market are the following:
- & Tacos
- A New Leaf
- Andolini’s Pizzeria
- Big Dipper Creamery
- Bodhi’s Bowl
- Chicken and the Wolf
- Kitchen 66 Takeover Café
- Kitchen 66 General Store + Farm Stand by Tulsa Farmers’ Market
- Mythic Press
- The Nest
- Nice Guys Shrimp Shack
- OK Cookie Momster
- Oklahoma Joe’s Barbecue
- Trenchers Crustacean Station
- Umami Fries
More information about the businesses can be found here.
The market was a nonprofit development. The estimated overall impact of the market in the first year is $23 million.
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