The southern and Cajun food chain opened in 2019 on Highway 97 and has relocated to the former site of the Hickory House BBQ on Mission Street.
At just under 11,000 sqft, the venue is not just large in terms of size, but big in vision, as well—more than a wedding venue, more than a spa, more than a corporate event center.
“People are getting out and supporting local businesses. They are seeing that Sapulpa is growing and heading in the direction that we need to be headed.”
Dr. Chris Chenoweth, OD, has purchased Vision Source Sapulpa from Drs. Larry Higgs and Dennis Morris. The optometry office, at 17 South Oak Street, is now part of Chenoweth Eye Center.
After 60 years in business, beloved family-owned, Sapulpa restaurant Freddie’s BBQ and Steakhouse will close its doors permanently on December 31, 2022.
On Saturday, October 22nd, White plans to auction off the remainder of his collection of vintage and antique signs, housewares, petroliana, and more—most of which is based out of Sapulpa.
The Oklahoma Legislature recently passed legislation making changes to our local tag agencies. There has been, however, misinformation about what the changes mean.
Really, there’s nothing else like it in this town, and there hasn’t been for a long time.
The damage to the late-model Honda that the woman was driving looked to be minimal, but the building sustained considerable damage.
With this influx of new businesses that Sapulpa is seeing, Dancing Skeleton (609b S. Main) is a must on the ‘new experiences’ list of things to explore.
Mead, which is a wine made from honey instead of grapes, is the primary draw of the new craft winery located at 609b S. Main Street.