Empire to open new home in time for Plaza Festival

Published Wednesday, September 26, 2018
by Dave Cathey

Empire Slice House served its last pie from 1734 NW 16 on Saturday but will commence serving from its new flagship down the street, 1804 NW 16, on Thursday.

"Over the past five years, Empire has been met with a level of support from Oklahoma City that we could have never dreamed of when we started on this journey," 84 Hospitality Chief Executive Officer Rachel Cope said in a release. "The new and improved space will allow us to better serve our guests and will be more functional for our employees, who work so hard every day to make Empire what it is."

The new place seats 150, 35 more than the old place. Never fear, the concept's pop-culture informed atmosphere remains. Familiar furniture, fixtures, memorabilia and, of course, Ellie the pink elephant all have homes in the new space.

Read the full article in The Oklahoman.

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