5 unique food concepts in the Archer Building
Along with artist studios and shops, several food-related businesses have opened in downtown Tulsa’s newly renovated Archer Building.
Lone Wolf's new downtown location boasts delicious soft serve ice cream as an addition to its line-up.
Along with artist studios and apartments, Guitar House of Tulsa, MADE and other shops, several food-related businesses and restaurants have opened in downtown’s newly renovated Archer Building.
Lone Wolf added a second brick-and-mortar storefront to its lineup, unleashing a permanent downtown presence with its banh mi, fried rice and other delectables. It also added soft-serve ice cream to its downtown menu. Right now, flavors rotate weekly. We have tried the peppermint mocha and toasted marshmallow.
The Goods Bodega
The Goods Bodega is a small specialty food and grocery store that also serves grilled cheese sandwiches and paninis. The menu changes frequently, as it is inspired by seasonal products and demand.
Press, Magic City Books
Press, a minimalist coffee shop and hot yoga studio, and Magic City Books, Tulsa’s newest bookstore and coffee shop, have already opened in the building renovated by the George Kaiser Family Foundation.
This month, expect Glacier Confection to open its second downtown location there — just in time for Valentine’s Day.
The Archer Building is located along East Archer Street between MLK Jr. Boulevard and North Detroit Avenue.