Mother Road Market in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Route 66

Traveling on Route 66 and not sure if you’re in the mood for a slice of pepperoni pizza, a Nashville hot chicken sandwich, a double hamburger topped with cheese, a double scoop of ooey gooey butter cake ice cream, or an All-American breakfast? Don’t worry, I know the place for you. The Mother Road Market in Tulsa is Oklahoma’s first food hall and the place to stop on your Route 66 road trip to fulfill just about anything you’re craving for lunch or dinner on the Mother Road.

Mother Road Market neon sign and Route 66 mural in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation (LTFF) opened Tulsa’s Mother Road Market in November 2018. They wanted a place where food businesses could launch lower-risk concepts while providing a variety of culinary choices for hungry locals and visitors alike. Located inside the historic 1939 Scrivner-Stevens Co. Grocery building, this Route 66 food hall quickly became a neighborhood community hangout.

The Mother Road Market now hosts over 25 different businesses, including food and retail stands, offers wine and beer tastings and cooking classes, and hosts private events. Restaurants inside offer pizza, tacos, burgers, bulgogi fries, brunch dishes, hot chicken, ice cream, and more.

There’s also a patio portion outside that features live music, a Route 66 roadside attraction-themed mini golf course, and a bar.

Rock On Chef Seth mural by Clean Hands Army at the Mother Road Market in Tulsa, Oklahoma honors the late Chef Seth Smith of Radish.
Rock On Chef Seth mural by Clean Hands Army honors the late Chef Seth Smith of Radish.
Oklahoma Route 66 attractions mural at the Mother Road Market in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Route 66 attractions mural
Gogi beef fries at Umami Fries at the Mother Road Market in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Route 66.
Gogi beef fries at Umami Fries
Mother Road Market in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Art car at the Mother Road Market on Route 66 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Chicago Mother Road Market Route 66 mini golf course in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Chicago Mother Road Market mini golf course
Wigwam Village at the Mother Road Market Route 66 mini golf course in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Wigwam Village
Santa Monica Pier at the Mother Road Market Route 66 mini golf course in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Santa Monica Pier
Ice cream from Big Dipper Creamery at the Mother Road Market in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Route 66.
Ice cream from Big Dipper Creamery

While you’re in Tulsa, be sure to also look for these other Oklahoma Route 66 attractions: Cyrus Avery Centennial Plaza, the Gathering Place, the Woody Guthrie Mural, the Meadow Gold Sign, the Golden Driller Statue, and Buck Atom’s Cosmic Curios on 66.

Mother Road Market

Address: 1124 S Lewis Ave, Tulsa, OK 74104
Cost: Free to see, food and merchandise prices vary
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 11am-9pm
Visit the official website for up-to-date hours, special events, and vendors.

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Traveling on Route 66 and not sure if you're in the mood for a slice of pepperoni pizza, a Nashville hot chicken sandwich, a double hamburger topped with cheese, a double scoop of ooey gooey butter cake ice cream, or an All-American breakfast? Don't worry, I know the place for you. The Mother Road Market in Tulsa is Oklahoma’s first food hall and the place to stop on your Route 66 road trip to fulfill just about anything you're craving for lunch or dinner on the Mother Road. #Route66
Traveling on Route 66 and not sure if you're in the mood for a slice of pepperoni pizza, a Nashville hot chicken sandwich, a double hamburger topped with cheese, a double scoop of ooey gooey butter cake ice cream, or an All-American breakfast? Don't worry, I know the place for you. The Mother Road Market in Tulsa is Oklahoma’s first food hall and the place to stop on your Route 66 road trip to fulfill just about anything you're craving for lunch or dinner on the Mother Road. #Route66


VAL BROMANN

Founder & Head Road Tripper

Val is the founder and head road tripper at Silly America. Having grown up near Berwyn's famed car kabob, The Spindle, and a restaurant with a cow on its roof, her fascination with roadside attractions started early. Today, Val has visited hundreds roadside attractions across the United States and is constantly on the lookout for the next BIG thing!