Mother Road Market is Open for Patio Dining

Mother Road Market is open for patio dining with a new online reservation system and contactless ordering and payment, designed to keep guests and staff safe and healthy.
As a leader in the food service industry and non-profit community, Mother Road Market strives to be a model for innovation and supporting local entrepreneurs, while balancing the importance of public health during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. 
Mother Road Market, a nonprofit development of the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, is housed on historic Route 66 in the 1939 Scrivner-Stevens Grocery building.
It is a vibrant community space, allowing Tulsans and tourists alike to eat, sip, shop and enjoy more than 20 different business concepts, all under one roof. Customers are also able to browse specialty gift items in the retail store options.
The WEL Bar offers a full bar, plus coffee offerings throughout the day. Kitchen 66, Tulsa’s kickstart kitchen and program of Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, is housed at Mother Road Market and also operates the Kitchen 66 Takeover Cafe and Kitchen 66 General Store.
Mother Road Market features a demonstration kitchen for cooking classes, indoor and outdoor seating areas with views of downtown Tulsa, nine holes of Mother Road Mini Golf, rentable event spaces and children’s play areas.
Entrepreneurs have the opportunity to use the 320-square-foot small shop model to pilot test their latest concepts without the burdensome financial investment of opening a full-scale restaurant or retail space.
For more information, visit motherroadmarket.com.