TULSA, okla. The city of Tulsa is expected to begin reopening stores on Friday May 1st. While this could get a step closer to normal, some companies still don’t believe it’s time.
2 Works for You has compiled a list of Tulsa companies and their Phase I reopening plans.
(SCROLL down for a large list of companies not yet opening a dine-in.)
918 Coffee announces that they will only switch to online orders by the roadside on Friday May 1st. The coffee house states that terrace seating will also be available. One week from now, 918 Coffee plans to add takeout orders, and in about two weeks they plan to open limited seating.
Click here to see 918 Coffee’s Facebook post on their Phase I plans
Antoinette baking company
Antoinette Baking Company will resume daily roadside service from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on May 13th
Click here to see the Antoinette Baking Company’s Facebook post about what they are up to in Phase 1
The Coffee House on Cherry Street
The Coffee House on Cherry Street is only open for patio seating. Guests are limited to a stay of 30 minutes, no use of the power outlet or internet.
Click here to see The Coffee House on the Cherry Street Facebook post about their Phase 1 plans
Dalesandro’s Italian cuisine
Dalesandro announced on Wednesday that it will continue to perform only. The restaurant says the dining room seating will not be available.
Click here to see Dalesandro’s Facebook post on Italian cuisine, what they’re up to in Phase I.
Dos Bandidos, a Cali-style Mexican restaurant in Tulsa and Bixby, announced that the courtyards will only be open for pre-orders starting Saturday. The restaurant doesn’t allow people to gather outside or inside and reminds customers to call the place they want to visit before they come. According to Dos Bandidos, indoor seating is only permitted in phase 2.
Click here to see Dos Bandidos’ Facebook post on their Phase 1 plans
Magic City books
Magic City Brooks released its reopening schedule on Monday. The nonprofit says it will be returning to normal business hours on June 1 with limited capacity.
Click here to see Magic City Books’ Facebook post about what they’re up to in Phase 1
Margo’s gift shop
Margo’s gift shop announced Tuesday that it was postponing its plans to reopen fully. However, the shop offers roadside pick-up, FaceTime purchases, or personal assistance by appointment Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Click here to see Margo’s Gift Shop’s Facebook post on their Phase 1 plans
Marshall Brewing Company
Although breweries have the option to reopen, the Marshall Brewing Company announced on Wednesday that it will not reopen its taproom because it wants to protect its employees and guests. However, the company says their taproom will continue to provide services while they practice social distancing.
Click here to see the Marshall Brewing Company’s Facebook post about what they’re up to in Phase 1
Mondo’s – Ristorante, bar, wood-fired pizza
Mondo announced that the Aloisio family has decided not to reopen on Friday May 1st. The restaurant will continue to process the curbside pickup and is working on an online ordering option.
Click here to see Mondos Ristorante Italiano’s Facebook post on their Phase 1 plans
NEFF Brewing announced that it will implement a gradual reopening process to ensure the safety of its guests and employees. The local brewery says it will have roadside orders and a limited delivery service starting Friday May 8th. To place your order call 918-367-0640.
Click here to see NEFF Brewsing’s Facebook post about what they are up to in Phase 1
Philbrook Museum of Art
The Philbrook posted a statement on its website that the museum and gardens will be closed until further notice.
Click here to see the Philbrook Museum of Art’s Facebook post on their Phase 1 plans
Queenies announced on Monday that it will only be available for roadside pickup in the future.
Click here to see Queenies’ Facebook post about what they are up to in Phase 1
Secret Gardens Candle Company
The Secret Gardens Candle Company has announced that it will open a second location on the Woodland Hills Mall. They will offer free hand sanitizer to customers to keep the mall safe.
Click here to see the Secret Gardens Candle Company’s Facebook post on their Phase 1 plans
The snow goose
The Snow Goose announced Tuesday that it will remain closed to the public while it develops its “Safety First” plan.
Click here to see The Snow Goose’s Facebook post about what they’re up to in Phase 1
Tulsa City-County Library
The Tulsa City-County Library announced that it is making plans to “reopen for limited operations and services in the coming weeks,” according to a press release. According to the library, the Tulsa Health Department in Tulsa County has seen no decline in new coronavirus cases, and the library, which has seen more than 7,000 visitors daily, plans to work as safely as possible for its community, customers and employees. The Tulsa City-County Library can be reached by phone during business hours. You can find digital collections here.
Click here to see the Tulsa City-County Library’s Facebook post on their Phase 1 plans
BELOW is a list of companies that have not yet opened for dinner:
Am 35 bistro
Bird and bottle
Ken’s Pizza (Sapulpa)
Kilkenny’s Irish Pub
Lassalles New Orleans Deli
Lone Wolf Banh Wed
Mamadou’s Restaurant (Glenpool)
McNellie’s group restaurants
Old School Bagel – South Tulsa
Oliveto Italian bistro
Ridge Grill (at first terrace only)
Ron’s Hamburger (81st and Harvard Take Away Only)
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