TULSA, Okla. - Tulsa’s first ever “food hall” is getting ready to open.
The Mother Road Market will be located on the corner of 11th and Lewis along Route 66 in the historic 1939 Scrivner-Stevens Grocery Building.
FOX23 got an inside look at the upcoming market:
The market will feature 17 different and diverse food concepts, along with a bar, demonstration kitchen and food incubator.
The market gives food entrepreneurs a space to try out their ideas and recipes without having to put in the large capital investment needed to open a brick and mortar store right away.
The Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation is spearheading the project and hopes it will help spur development along Route 66.
It’s slated to open in late spring.
The latest tenants to be announced include Bakeshop, Bodhi’s Bowl, Big Dipper Creamery and The Wurst.
For an inside look at the upcoming market, watch the full report on FOX23 News at 9.
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