Mother Road Market To Test Out Curbside Option For Customers


Tuesday, April 28th 2020, 6:34 am
By: Tess Maune


TULSA -

Several restaurants at Tulsa's Mother Road will reopen this week, but they’re not following Governor Kevin Stitt’s plan to allow in-person dining. Instead, the food hall will test out a new curbside pick-up option for customers.

Mother Road Market said seven merchants will start serving food again this Thursday. Customers will be able to order from & Tacos, Bodhi’s Bowl, Big Dipper Creamery, Chicken and the Wolf, Metropolis Regional Street Food, Radish and Nom & Spice.

The plan is to open Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., but only for curbside pick-up. The food hall said some restaurants will have delivery options.

Mother Road Market said its team has worked hard to sure its staff, along with everyone coming and going from Mother Road Market stays safe and healthy.

The merchants can only have a staff of three, one to two cooks and one person to run food outside. And anyone inside the building must wear a mask and gloves.

The food hall said it's implemented mandatory cleaning procedures and has designated parking spots, so no customers will have to get out of their cars. 

Mother Road Market said it will share ordering details on Thursday.