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.
“There is lots of buzz in our downtown. This incentive builds on that momentum to bring eating options our citizens are hoping to see.”
The owners say that not having enough employees led to their closing.
“We can’t go on forever, even though we might want to.” The restaurant’s last day will be Saturday.
John Christner began trucking in the 1960s hauling produce from California. He started JCT in 1986.
The threat of severe weather tomorrow—including hail and possibly tornadoes—is causing businesses to react in their planned events.
The lab is partially named for the late Dr. John Carletti, of Carletti Dentistry in Sapulpa.
The soft opening will be alongside a few other events, including a car show from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, and a live concert by the band Empire starting at 5:30 pm. D-Luxe officials say their dog park will be open and outdoor games will be in full swing as well.
The selling of the abstract office interestingly enough, brings the business full circle after more than 30 years.
Five years ago, local firm Reed Architecture built five elaborate “gateways” in Muskogee. How has the community responded?