TULSA, Okla. — The city of Tulsa is set to begin reopening businesses on Friday, May 1. While it might mean one step closer to normal, some businesses still don’t think it’s time.
2 Works for You compiled a list of Tulsa businesses and their reopening plans during Phase I.
(SCROLL down to the bottom for a large list of businesses not opening dine-in just yet)
918 Coffee announce they will being transitioning to online ordering only for curbside on Friday, May 1. The coffee house says that patio seating will be available as well. In a week, 918 Coffee plan to add take-out orders, and in approximately two weeks, they plan to open limited seating.
Antoinette Baking Company will resume daily curbside service on May 13th from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The Coffee House on Cherry Street is open for patio seating only. Patrons are limited to a thirty minute stay, no outlet use or internet.
Dalesandro's announced Wednesday that it will continue to provide carry-out only. The restaurant says its dining room seating will be unavailable.
Dos Bandidos, a Cali-Style Mexican Restaurant located in Tulsa and Bixby, announced their patios will be open, starting Saturday, for call ahead orders only. The restaurant is not allowing people to gather outside or inside and reminds customers to call the location they would like to visit prior to coming. Dos Bandidos says indoor seating will not be allowed until Phase 2.
Magic City Brooks released its reopening plan Monday. The nonprofit says it will return to normal business hours beginning June 1 with limited capacity.
Margo's Gift Shop announced Tuesday that it is postponing its plans to fully reopen. However, the shop will provide curbside pickup, FaceTime shopping or personal assistance by appointment from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Monday though Saturday.
Despite breweries having the option to reopen, Marshall Brewing Company announced Wednesday that it will not reopen its Taproom, because it wants to keep its staff and guests safe. However, the company says its Taproom will continue carry-out services while practicing social distancing.
Mondo's announced the Aloisio family has decided to no reopen on Friday, May 1. The restaurant will continue to do curb side pick up order and are working on an online ordering option.
NEFF Brewing announced that it will implement a phased reopening process to keep its guests and employees safe. The local brewpub says curbside orders and limited delivery service will be available starting Friday, May 8. To place your order, call 918-367-0640.
The Philbrook released a statement on its website that the museum and gardens will remain closed until further notice.
Queenies announced Monday that it will be available for curbside pickup only moving forward.
The Secret Gardens Candle Company has announced that they will be opening a second location inside Woodland Hills Mall. They will be offering free hand sanitizer to patrons to help keep the mall safe.
The Snow Goose announced Tuesday that it will remain closed to the public while it develops its "safety first" plan.
The Tulsa City-County Library announced they are making plans to "reopen for limited operations and services in the weeks ahead," according to a press release. The library says Tulsa Health Department has not had a decrease of new coronavirus cases in Tulsa County, and the library, having seen more than 7,000 visitors each day, plans to operate as safely as possible for their community, customers and staff. The Tulsa City-County Library can be reached by phone during business hours and digital collections are available here.
BELOW is a list of businesses that are not opening for dine-in just yet:
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