Iconic marketplaces form an indelible stamp on the local character of a place. It’s where you go to gauge the pulse of a neighborhood. Think of the shouts and cheers that ring out as fish are tossed overhead at Seattle’s Pike Place Market. The music that spills out onto the streets at Boston’s Faneuil Hall. Or the delight of new tastes and smells that surprise visitors daily at the Oxbow Public Market in Napa.
Combine the energy and bustle of a daily market with an indoor | outdoor bar, covered patio, children’s play space and a uniquely inspired commissary kitchen and you’ve got the ingredients for Tulsa’s Mother Road Market.
This adaptive re-use of a 1930’s brick warehouse, brings new life along Route 66 as a hub for incubator restaurants and merchants of all kinds.