Our friends at Visit OKC have partnered with The Tasty Escape to highlight some of OKC’s formerly itinerant favorites that have made the leap to stationary serving.
VeloCity recently got a chance to speak with developer Steve Mason about his work in Automobile Alley, the Plaza District, recruiting and retaining employees and more.
When you combine our low unemployment rate with a low cost living, people simply have more buying power. And that makes Oklahoma City a great place for retailers to thrive.
Tuesday evenings from May 14 through June 11, live music on four rooftop patios promise a lively happy hour (or three).
Founders & Failures: Restaurants will highlight how to learn from failure and succeed in restaurants
Hear some of OKC's top restaurateurs discuss their biggest failures in the food industry, and the biggest entrepreneurial lessons they learned from them.
Oklahoma has undergone a recent renaissance of craft breweries finding their niche in OKC. This can be traced to a new wave of favorable legislation allowing breweries to sell their beer directly to customers at the breweries’ location, and an upcoming extension (October) of sale hours until 2 a.m. rather than closing at 9 p.m.
With the goal to further retail success—and boost the city’s sales tax collections—a delegation from the Chamber and the City of Oklahoma City will attend the International Council of Shopping Centers’ RECon conference May 19-22 to connect with more than 36,000 retailers, business owners and developers.
It wouldn’t shock anyone if newcomers to the 4-0-5 were initially a little confused by Automobile Alley. At first glance, it is neither an alley or has a real obvious connection to automobile culture. In that spirit, let us introduce you to the district’s past, present and future.