Pixley Helping to Rebuild Downtown Claremore

Things are moving quickly at the Main Street Tavern in Claremore!  Mark Pixley of Pixley Lumber Company and Mike Kennedy of Kennedy Construction were on hand to help set a 40-foot White Birch bar top. This breaks the record for longest continuous bar top ever custom made by Pixley. The interior is finishing nicely and the outdoor seating area is set to have brick and concrete poured in the next few weeks! Great things are happening in Claremore!

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  1. I wish some people would get together and build a sports and arcade complex. ..with baseball fields and some bowling lanes. .some batting cages.. give the kids something to do and keep the money here in Claremore. ..put a small pizza and soda type bar..old school 50’s type bar stools and a long bar..like the old soda fountain shops. …even if a small downtown arcade. ..to give the youth somewhere to go…

  2. I’d love to see a nice little Italian restaurant here. Something like the original Mondo’s Ristorante’ Italiano on Brookside from the 61st & Peoria or South Lewis locations would be so good. I can still taste the lasagna and spaghetti! 🙂

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