At Hillis Hollow, the Hillis family has a passion for people. They have a passion for bringing comfort to those they love. And how they bring comfort to those they love is through helping create the dream home for those looking to make their house their forever home. Hillis Hollow wants to help families and loved ones settle into life with love, happiness, and comfort because family is what matters. Being a family run store, they understand how important that is and are excited to be joining the Seven6main development and the Redbud District at the start of 2019.
We’re excited to announce that SMOKE. has finally come to Owasso and is now open for business!
SMOKE. Woodfire Grill's cuisine is described as “Inspired American” in genre and “Locally Sourced” in philosophy and ingredients. Their staff works each day to source the highest quality of ingredients including sustainably raised beef, pork, lamb, fish and poultry that is hormone and antibiotic free, all hand cut in house every day.
Still, SMOKE’s locally focused ethos does not stop with the food they serve. It extends to the deep list of Oklahoma beers offered, their careful efforts to make certain wines that carry ties to Oklahoma are on their wine list, and even to the local art on the walls.
201 S. Main
Owasso, OK 74055
Mon – Fri: 11am - 10pm
Sat: Brunch 10 - 3pm, Dinner 4 - 10pm
Sun: Brunch 10 - 3pm, Dinner 4 - 9pm
In 2012 Drip The Beverage Lab was born and we have grown year over year ever since. Drip's vision and philosophy starts with the phrase customer first. Every decision they make, from their porcelain coffee mugs to the paint on the walls has always been made with the customer in mind. Treat people the way you wish to be treated. The model has worked and has been a huge success. In 2017 the business expanded into a larger space in Tahlequah and has been wildly popular year after year and we're excited to welcome them to Downtown Owasso!
The whole Drip team is passionate about great service, great coffee, and delicious treats. Drip is an independent, family-owned coffee shop coming soon to the Seven6Main development and the Redbud District.
MAD Eats is an exciting new diner concept focused on offering a family-friendly atmosphere with creative, Chef driven, diner-style food. Expect the unexpected with a modern twist to your favorite diner foods. MAD Eats will feature an all day brunch seven days a week with daily mimosa and bloody Mary specials.
Guests can also expect homemade pies and the craziest milkshakes in town! The diner will also feature a variety of local beers, frozen cocktails, and 'boozy shakes' for the grownups to enjoy, plus outside seating with fun games like Corn-hole, giant Jenga, and connect-four.
Big news! SEVEN6MAIN has just announced their mixed-use development coming to the Redbud District in 2018! The building will span an entire city block between Main & Birch St in Downtown Owasso and SMOKE. Woodfire Grill has signed on as one of the restaurants!
It’s so awesome to see these great plans for the future of the district. Check out the video below for more information on the project.
Learn more about the project at their website. www.Seven6Main.com
We're so excited to see so much happening towards the future of the Redbud District. Check out this picwe snapped of the new Mowery Development progress!
Plans are being made for a complete overhaul of the intersection, which bears a large amount of daily traffic. The area of E. 76th Street North to be reconstructed is between S Birch Street and S. Atlanta Street.
Here's the Article from Tulsa World.com:
Plans are in development to reconstruct the intersection of E. 76th Street North and Main Street in Owasso near the end of the year.
Dwayne Henderson, city engineer for the City of Owasso, said his department is waiting on plans from American Electric Power to begin designing the relocation of several city utilities in the area before work can begin on the roadway.
The intended renovations to the intersection will stretch from S. Birch Street to S. Atlanta Street east and west of the intersection, and from W. 1st Avenue to W. 3rd Avenue north and south of the intersection. Upgrades will coincide with beautification projects that have already begun in the old downtown area.
“It’s going to bring some aesthetic improvements to that intersection, which is really the heart of our city,” Community Development Director Bronce Stephenson said. “It kind of gives folks a nice welcome to Owasso, folks who are coming in on 76th Street.”
Decorative pavement will be matched with signage and flags on street lights that reflect on updates to the newly named Redbud District, but the work will take time.
Henderson said once work begins, lanes will be left open whenever possible, but the task of removing and relocating five city utilities and replacing highway surfaces will be intricate. He estimated the intersection could be closed down for 30 days at a time throughout various points of the project.
“We don’t want to inconvenience anybody,” Henderson said. “And we’ve got a lot of traffic there, but in order to alleviate the traffic, I’ve got to inconvenience people for a while.”
In those instances, the city will put out advanced notice about lane closings and alternate routes.
As a main entrance from Highway 75 to the west, 76th Street bears a high load of daily traffic. Acknowledging the potential concern, Stephenson said the project will serve as a long-term solution.
“It makes us more efficient from a traffic standpoint,” he said. “It allows us to continue our current level of service and get even better. It also goes hand-in-hand with some of the development that’s coming to the downtown area, and it complements the great-looking architecture and the mixed use-type projects we hope to have downtown.”
Light repairs have been conducted in recent days along 76th Street, just east of the Main Street intersection. Portions of the road have suffered from inclement weather, heavy traffic and only minor repairs.
Henderson said once AEP offers a plan for relocating its power pole near City Hall (likely sometime after peak summer use), the city will begin planning the relocation of cable, fiber optic, water and sewer lines before roadway construction can begin.