Though they’re closing the store, you’ll still be able to get their soaps and lotions! See inside for how.
“There is lots of buzz in our downtown. This incentive builds on that momentum to bring eating options our citizens are hoping to see.”
Roma Italian Ristorante is officially opening to the public next week, according to employees at the restaurant—but people have been showing up for dinner since Wednesday.
The popular boutique shop has said they’re not closing, and will be announcing their next step in the new year.
Located at 12 S. Water, the newly-renovated space is bound to be a hit for those looking for something different to do in a downtown that finally seems to be finding its place again after years of watching its residents, restaurants and entertainment options go to other nearby suburbs and cities.
Owner Leslie Day says cost increases, shipping delays and inventory shortages are a few of the reasons why she’s no longer considering rebuilding Day’s Discount Lumber in Sapulpa.
The new store just celebrated their grand opening this week, and every category of collectible seems to be represented in the store—trains, old signs, old magazines, old Disney, old, well, everything—all of it appearing to be in great shape.
The new restaurant is set to open in mid-2022, will feature an ice cream parlor, homemade dessert cakes and more, plus be open seven days a week.
The new store is one of the most unique in Sapulpa—their most prized products are these collectible custom lapel pins, all designed by owner Brenna Pelletier.
Before COVID, there was a shortage of roughly 1.2 million nurses in the US. Since then, those numbers have jumped, dramatically.
At least seven staff members and the parents of more than fifty children are left trying to find another daycare after theirs closed suddenly on Tuesday afternoon.