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.
“Sapulpa is Booming” City sees flurry of new business in a week, upcoming events promise more crowds, revenue
The heydays of oil, trains, brick and glass that gave Sapulpa its roaring start might be long gone, but it’s not hard to imagine the energy and excitement that must have been present in the community during those days, especially when you look at what’s happening in Sapulpa today.
The place is easy to miss, but the experience inside is unlike anything else Sapulpa has. Read the story of the heartbreak that led to a business of a different kind in town.
After seven long years, Gasoline Alley Classics is opening on Route 66 in a former Model T dealership in downtown Sapulpa.
Edmond Slyman, known as “Tex” by many, and as the owner of Sapulpa staple Freddie’s BBQ and Steakhouse on New Sapulpa Road, passed away on Monday, July 25th after a long illness.
First United is one of only 133 banks in the United States to be recognized.
The award was made as part of the SeneGence PIT (Princess In Training) event earlier this month.
David Reed—the founder of Sapulpa-based Reed Architecture and Interiors—has obtained the accreditation from the only professional organization whose principal purpose is to improve the places where children learn.
Reed Architecture and Interiors welcomes two summer interns, Cassidy Cecilia Teel and Joshua Helms.
Though they’re closing the store, you’ll still be able to get their soaps and lotions! See inside for how.