Tulsa's Mother Road Market is a foodie's dream. It's a building chocked full of one restaurant after another under the same roof. There are over 20 different types of food and retail. You can also pick up fresh produce, meats and dairy, and even take cooking classes so you can continue enjoying the experience and fantastic food at home. You may also want to try anything from the hot chicken to pizza. There are plenty of varieties to sooth the desire of any palate.
The Mother Road Market is located at 11th Street and South Lewis in the 1939 Scrivner-Stevens Company Grocery Building. The experience at Mother Road Market can even be taken outdoors to their outdoor seating area. There are children's activities available as well. This concept not only gives foodies a place to explore gastronomically, but it is also a place where food entrepreneurs have an opportunity to share their foods and concepts without investing in a full size restaurant.
Kitchen 66, Tulsa’s kick start kitchen and program of the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, is also housed at Mother Road Market. This program provides Members of Kitchen 66 an affordable space to develop new recipes. There are also dedicated storefronts within Mother Road Market to feature their latest food concepts at the Kitchen 66 Takeover Cafe and Kitchen 66 General Store. If you are a foodie like I am, you won't want to miss a stop at Mother Road Market but be aware, they are closed on Mondays.