We’ve worked hard to offer a unique experience to our patrons from the food to the décor. Whether you want to have just a cup of coffee or have some healthy options for a meal, at the end of the day we just want to have fun and not take ourselves too seriously.
We couldn’t have gotten here without a little help from our friends: Amy Snapp Hall of Century 21, Midcontinental Restoration, our architect Michael Riley, Arvest, our contractor Country Home Enterprises, Woody’s Electric, Manning Painting, Tony Riley’s Plumbing, and Jeremy Lovell A/C & heating.
Our pub will open January 2, 2017 and we will focus on craft beer and wine. Our hope is to have our patio finished by summer.
Other things we have opted to do: our employees make a fair wage and therefore there is no tip jar – instead we have a donation jar if you want to help us support a local charity. Additionally, our staff receives a share of our sales quarterly – if you’re happy and return then our sales increase and our staff benefits – we’re hoping to create a full-circle environment benefiting everyone.
Also, we are trying to do our part for our environment. We’ve teamed with the Choctaw Nation so that we are able to have a smaller imprint in our local landfill. Plus we hope to work with the community garden (adjacent to the old library) in 2017 so that our produce scraps can be turned into compost for them.
Lastly, we’re in the beginning stages of working with a local farmer to purchase fresh produce during the spring and summer. Not only should our food taste better and fresher, but it’s keeping the money closer to home.
We still have a long way to go and we certainly want to hear from you if you feel we’re missing something – but just know, we really want to be a place you’re proud of and that you want to visit us and bring your friends by just to sit back and catch up.
Thank you for the opportunity to serve you.