Anyone visiting Downtown Tulsa is sure to have been to The Tulsa Arts District, formerly known as The Brady District.
With its warehouses and factories converted into bohemian shops, entertainment venues, restaurants and the thriving Guthrie Green Park, it is a glowing testament to Tulsa’s innovative past and vibrant future.
Before all the renovations and rediscoveries, one business stood proud in the former Brady District. Gypsy Coffee House and Cyber Cafe has been a staple of Downtown Tulsa for 20 years. Opened and owned by Bradley Rene Garcia, Gypsy has been serving Tulsa with delicious coffees, teas, homemade pastries and sandwiches.
In July of this year, Gypsy Coffee House announced its groundbreaking endeavor with Eufloria. This will culminate in opening a dispensary in the former “pillow room” of Gypsy. “I opened Gypsy when The District was just warehouses and bars. It’s been incredible to see the growth in this community and in Tulsa” said Garcia.
Eufloria Gypsy will offer the first ‘Full Spectrum’ cannabis café experience in The USA as well as the first dispensary in Tulsa Arts District. “I am excited to see what this location will do for the district and for Gypsy” said Alec C. Hill, Eufloria Gypsy franchise Manager/Co-Owner.
“What an amazing and proud moment to be Tulsan! We did it first!” Says, Eric Dangler CEO & Co-Founder of Eufloria Franchising.