The Mother Road Market is Tulsa's FIRST food hall, developed by the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation. Housed on 11th Street & South Lewis Avenue in the historic 1939 Scrivner-Stevens Co. Grocery building, Mother Road Market is a vibrant community space, allowing Tulsans and tourists alike to eat, sip, shop and enjoy over 20 different food and retail concepts - all under one roof. Customers are able to browse specialty gift items, and pick up fresh ingredients like local produce, meat and dairy to take home and cook their own creations.
Mother Road Market also features WEL Bar, a full service bar, a demonstration kitchen for community events and cooking classes, an indoor/outdoor seating area, children’s activities, and, most importantly, easy access for residents and tourists to a diverse, eclectic range of Tulsa’s best food businesses. Food entrepreneurs have the opportunity to use the small shop model to pilot test their latest concepts, without the financial investment of opening a full-scale restaurant or brick-and-mortar business.
Kitchen 66, Tulsa’s kickstart kitchen and program of the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, is also housed at Mother Road Market. Members of Kitchen 66 have 2,800 square feet of affordable commercial kitchen space to develop new recipes, as well as dedicated storefronts within Mother Road Market to feature their latest food concepts with the Kitchen 66 Takeover Cafe and Kitchen 66 General Store. Visit kitchen66tulsa.com to learn more.