Route 66 Food Truck Park in Springfield likely will open next month

The Route 66 Food Truck Park in Springfield, Missouri, under construction will open by Feb. 1, reports the development's owner. Kirk Wheeler said the park that will have a full-service bar and gift shop will feature up to 10 food trucks when it opens at 1530 E. St. Louis St. (aka Route 66). OzarksFirst.com reports: … Continue reading Route 66 Food Truck Park in Springfield likely will open next month

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Tulsa weighs location for another Route 66 museum

Update: A few corrections have been made regarding the Route 66 Experience. The Route 66 Alliance intends to stay the course in building the facility. Tulsa is considering a location for a Route 66 museum at the 11th Street and Lewis Avenue area near the Mother Road Market -- with blessings from a Route 66 … Continue reading Tulsa weighs location for another Route 66 museum

Fuel 66 food-truck park’s last day is today

Fuel 66, a food-truck park that set up along Route 66 in Tulsa about three years ago, will close at the end of today because an owner wants to move on to other opportunities. Robert Carnoske, co-owner of Fuel 66 and owner of the MASA food truck, told the Tulsa World: “I would just like … Continue reading Fuel 66 food-truck park’s last day is today

Birthplace of Route 66 Food Truck Park & Diner coming by summer

An automotive dealer is creating a Birthplace of Route 66 Food Truck Park & Diner along, as you may have anticipated, Route 66 in Springfield, Missouri. Kirk Wheeler, owner of the Wheeler Automotive lot, will convert the property at 1530 E. St. Louis St. (aka Route 66), into the food-truck park and restaurant two doors … Continue reading Birthplace of Route 66 Food Truck Park & Diner coming by summer

Mother Road Market planned in Tulsa

The Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation on Wednesday announced it will develop a $5.5 million Mother Road Market as an entrepreneurial food hall and community space just off Route 66 in Tulsa. The Mother Road Market will redevelop the 1939 Scrivner-Stevens Grocery as spaces for budding graduates of the Kitchen 66 food incubator. KTUL-TV gave more details about the … Continue reading Mother Road Market planned in Tulsa

Fuel 66 food-truck court’s grand opening set for this weekend

The Fuel 66 food-truck court in Tulsa recently held a soft opening, but a grand opening is this weekend. Fuel 66, on 11th Street (aka Route 66) and Atlanta Avenue, features a heated patio, a beer garden, large-screen TVs, lawn games and a rotating array of food trucks from the region. The actual grand-opening celebration … Continue reading Fuel 66 food-truck court’s grand opening set for this weekend

First glimpse offered of Fuel 66 food-truck court in Tulsa

Developers of a Fuel 66 food-truck court offered a glimpse of the development along 11th Street (aka Route 66) in Tulsa. KOKI-TV in Tulsa filed this report a few days ago: The gist: The court, taking over an old Boost Mobile store and nearby lot, is under construction. When opened, it will feature a full-service … Continue reading First glimpse offered of Fuel 66 food-truck court in Tulsa

Fuel 66 food-truck park being developed along Tulsa’s Route 66

Several food-truck owners in Tulsa were looking for a place to park and sell their offerings. They and other entrepreneurs hatched upon a solution with their Fuel 66 concept at the corner of Atlanta Avenue and 11th Street (aka Route 66). The Tulsa World newspaper explains: The lot has a 1,000-square-foot building that will become … Continue reading Fuel 66 food-truck park being developed along Tulsa’s Route 66