Seafood chain Slapfish is coming to OKC

Published Thursday, May 3, 2018
by Staff Reports

Seafood chain Slapfish is bringing a fast casual restaurant to Oklahoma City.

The company has plans to open two locations by the end of the year, with the first slated for Nichols Hills this fall. Slapfish Oklahoma City is owned and operated by U.S. Army Veteran and restaurateur, Mechelle Petty and her best friend Natalie Neal. “Oklahomans love seafood, but there is nothing like Slapfish in the entire state,” Petty said. “The brand's focus on sustainability and commitment to serving the best ingredients, combined with Chef Gruel's dedication to our success, promises a strong, expansive future.”

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