STASH, along with Dry/Shop Blow-Dry Bar and Boutique, Waffle Champion and other Midtown businesses expand their Open House Block Party to a monthly event, welcoming locals into their businesses the last Friday of each month.
The April Open House Block Party takes place from 6 to 9 p.m., Friday, April 25 in Midtown, near 10th Street and Walker Ave. Locals can look forward to special sales, door prizes and music during the event.
The Block Party is planned in conjunction with the much-anticipated H&8th Night Market.
Participating in the historic Midtown Plaza Court building are STASH, McNellie’s Pub, and Midtown Optical. STASH features local artist Dustin Oswald of Bombs Away Art Company. His edgy wearable, and printed art designs go on display, and for available for purchase. For more information, please call the shop at (405) 605-1373.
McNellie’s features two local and seasonal brews: From Tulsa is the Marshall Brewing Companies Driller Dunkel for $3, a classic Munich-style Dunkel, a smooth drinking amber lager. From Shiner, Texas is the Shiner Farmhouse Ale for $3.50, a Spring provisional ale made with Pilsner and wheat malts making it spicy and fruity, hitting the spot.
Midtown Optical welcomes locals to peruse their diverse selection of the latest frames and lenses, to help find the right style and perfect fit. During the event, they offer 30% off sunglasses.
Located at 1212 N. Walker are Dry/Shop Blow-Dry Bar and Boutique and Waffle Champion, a family style restaurant that specializes in handcrafted waffles and will offer a special event menu for the night. The Dry/Shop Blow-Dry Bar and Boutique will offer drawings, giveaways, special discounts, snacks and wine.
Ambassador Hotel Collection, located at 1200 N. Walker, will offer bites and beverages at their exciting new rooftop "O Bar". During the Block Party locals can enter a drawing for a free stay at this newly renovated historic building.
Who let the dogs out? At Midtown Mutts Dog Park, you can! This new recreational space for dogs and their fans is located at the corner of W. Park Place and N. Hudson Ave.