Midtown to get Oklahoma City's first 'food hall'

Published Thursday, April 20, 2017
by Steve Lackmeyer

Oklahoma City is set to get its first “food hall” as developers prepare to convert a once dilapidated service station in Midtown into what will be called “The Commissary.”

The service station at 308 NW 10, built in 1923, was filled with junk with inoperable cars parked outside until the building was purchased in December for $1.2 million by Northline Development.

Vincent Le, a partner in Northline Development, said he was weighing deals with a couple of different restaurant operators when he was approached with a food hall concept pitched by Troung Le (no relation), owner of Chick-n-Beer in Uptown 23rd.

The “food hall” operates like a food court at a mall, with nine kitchens to be set up for nine restaurants that will operate in the historic building.

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