OKLAHOMA CITY (Sept. 30, 2013) – The owners of the upscale children’s clothing boutique in Classen Curve, Uptown Kids, are expanding their scope and developing a sweet new concept. Uptown Candy, which is an extension of Uptown Kids, will include a high-end sweet shop offering treats by the pound, packaged candy, gifts, a candied apple station and Candy Bar catering for special events. Uptown Candy is set to open in the 940 square-foot space just east of Uptown Kids in Classen Curve in November. Owners Gary and Carolyn Goldman say Uptown Candy will allow their customers to satisfy their sweet tooth with a unique and colorful shopping experience. “Uptown Candy is designed to bring out the childlike enthusiasm and wonder in everyone from the moment they walk through the door,” Carolyn Goldman said. “Essentially, we are offering confections for the kid at heart.” Award-winning Oklahoma City architect Rand Elliott designed the new space. His design for Uptown Kids was featured on the cover of Interior Design magazine in 2011.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Upscale, modern restaurant Tamazul will open its doors this month, bringing Mexico City’s cuisine and artisanal mezcal selection to the Classen Curve in Oklahoma City under the management of the Contemp Concepts, a division of Matthew Kenney Cuisine. Tamazul’s bustling open kitchen coupled with its lively bar scene and private tasting room create a unique and memorable dining atmosphere.
OKLAHOMA CITY (June 10, 2013) – The owner of Oklahoma City cupcake bakery Green Goodies took the win on Sunday’s episode of the Food Network series “Cupcake Wars.” For winning the baking reality competition, Green Goodies owner Tiffany Magness received $10,000 and served her winning cupcake display at a party for television star and guest judge Fran Drescher’s charity, Cancer Schmancer.