Mother Road Market Adds Tenants

FOOD CONCEPTS: Chef James Wegner holds a Bodhi’s Bowl creation. Bodhi’s Bowl was recently announced as a future tenant of the Mother Road Market, along with three other companies that all recently graduated from the Kitchen 66 Launch Program.

The Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation () recently announced four new tenants for its Mother Road Market, the tenants all being graduates of the Kitchen 66 Launch Program.

The announced future tenants are Tulsa food businesses Bakeshop, Big Dipper Creamery, Bodhi’s Bowl and The Wurst. These businesses will open 320-square-foot stores in the Mother Road Market, when it opens in late spring.

These restaurant concepts will join anchor tenant Andolini’s, which is developing a new food concept.

“These tenants have been selected because of their unique, diverse, delicious concepts, and we can’t wait for the community to be able to sample all of these different cuisines under one roof,” said Project Manager Shanese Slaton.

Bakeshop is a small-batch artisan baking company specializing in creative versions of baking classics, such as long-fermented sourdough bread and savory granola. Bakeshop currently serves breakfast and lunch on most Wednesdays.

Big Dipper Creamery is a mobile cart featuring locally-made, small batch ice cream with fresh ingredients and adventurous flavors.

Bodhi’s Bowl is a fast-casual concept featuring authentic, gourmet, affordable rice-based bowls. Bodhi’s Bowl currently serves breakfast and lunch on most Mondays.
The Wurst is a mobile cart featuring bratwurst made locally by Siegi’s, soaked in beer and butter before being fried on a flat griddle.

Kitchen 66 is a Tulsa food incubator and a nonprofit program of that will expand its affordable commercial kitchen space offerings in Mother Road Market. Kitchen 66 has now served over 75 food entrepreneurs, hailing from over 10 different countries.
The Mother Road Market will be housed at 11th Street and South Lewis Avenue in the historic 1939 Scrivner-Stevens Grocery building. The project will offer a community space with various food concepts housed under one roof.

Customers will find gift items and fresh and local produce, meat, and dairy. There will be 17 small shops in 27,000 square feet plus a bar, a demonstration kitchen for cooking classes, indoor/outdoor seating, and children’s play areas.

Updated 02-21-2018

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