Live. Real. Simple.
Located in historic downtown Luther, Oklahoma, 116 Market
& Table is a farm to table restaurant and farmer’s market
providing locally sourced beef and poultry, cheeses, eggs,
fruits and vegetables, grains, and a multitude of other farm
to market products. We offer a healthful, tasty breakfast and
lunch alongside a wide gluten-free menu. Kids will enjoy their
own farm to table menu and creative-play area while you sit at
a handcrafted railcar plank bar with friends or sink into a
couch or high back chair with books from our community
bookshelf. For those less Luddite, we offer complimentary
The 116 also offers event space, meeting rooms, and office suites at affordable, utility-inclusive rates for use and lease on short-term and longer basis. Availability includes space for private dinner parties and an artist’s studio large enough for group music, art, and similar classes.
In the 116 Market, you'll find locally and outwardly sourced, fresh and natural meats, cheeses, fruits and produce. From all natural, beef, chicken, eggs, and dairy products, crisp lettuce and greens, red ripe tomatoes, and an assortment of other produce, fruits and nuts, the Market is your source for local grocery shopping.
Looking for a meal-ready box like a traditional Consumer Supported Agriculture (CSA) or meal in a mason jar? The Market can meet these needs as well. Come visit us, take a look around, enjoy a cup of coffee and a bite to eat before or after your grocery shopping.
The 116 Table is set and ready for you to join us in a relaxed cafe environment with complimentary wi-fi. We offer a great menu:
We designed the 116 as a community space, offering meeting areas, a large studio for a variety of uses, single offices and office suites, and private dining events. Spaces are presently available for lease.
A community is the mental and spiritual condition of knowing that the place is shared, and that the people who share the place define and limit the possibilities of each other's lives. It is the knowledge that people have of each other, their concern for each other, their trust in each other, the freedom with which they come and go among themselves.
- Wendell Berry
We are a community of folks who value the land and people around us. We opened the 116 as a space to offer locally sourced products and meals (some more local than others) balanced with the needs of our community.
In 2015 we commissioned renowned artist Bob Palmer to create a visually beautiful and meaningful frontispiece to the 116. Inspired by Works Progress Administration art work and the rich history of Luther, we are pleased to display daily the work of art Bob produced for the 116. The mural tells the story of Luther, from frontier town during the Land Rush days to the present rediscovery of Luther's goodness.
Founded in Luther, Oklahoma, Oklahoma County, in 1899, the
Register was published and edited by G. W. Baer. The
Register was a weekly coming out on Fridays at $1.00 per
year for the 4 pages. At the beginning, the paper measured
15 by 22 inches, but changed over time to 13 by 20 inches
featuring eight pages. It continued until 1907 when
circulation was 500, but the editors and publishers were now
the Mitchell Brothers and the size increased to 8 pages. The
paper was Republican in politics. In November of 1906 the
Mitchell Brothers sold the paper to J. W. Sarjent, and his
son, E. Sarjent, became the editor.
After years of being without a local paper, the Luther Register was revived in 2015 by local journalist Dawn Shelton. Today, Dawn Shelton is the owner, editor, and publisher of the Luther Register. Read up on all the relevant local news and opinion at www.lutherregister.news.
116 S. Main
Luther, Oklahoma 73054