TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa's first food hall, Mother Road Market, officially opened Friday in midtown Tulsa.
The 27,000 square-foot market near 11th and Lewis features 20 retail and restaurant concepts. A few big-name restaurants like Andolini's Sliced and Oklahoma Joe's Barbecue will be available. However, most of the available spaces will be taken by new or small local businesses. Chicken and the Wolf, & Tacos, and Big Dipper Creamery are among many of those expected to have spaces.
Kitchen 66 -- Tulsa's first food incubator -- is moving out of downtown and into Mother Road Market.
The market features a bar, demonstration kitchen, pop-up space for entrepreneurs and a patio. The market sits along historic Route 66 and celebrates its location with Mother Road Mini Golf which highlights Route 66 landmarks.
The development of Mother Road Market began in July of 2017.
The market plans to be open regularly Sunday-Thursday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The building also features several murals all painted by local artists. FOX23 visited the Mother Road Market during its development and captured video of the mural outside:
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