Stillwater's famous little hole-in-the-wall didn't start branching out until 1993, when the Cherry Street location in Tulsa opened.
A new store in Broken Arrow is scheduled to open next month, and Hideaway is working to secure a contract on an Oklahoma City store off Lake Hefner Parkway, Lister said.
They also just renovated the Edmond location, adding 50 seats.
— Jennifer Palmer
1957 — Hideaway Pizza opens in Stillwater.
1960 — Richard and Marti Dermer buy Hideaway Pizza in Stillwater.
1962 — Begin delivery service in new Volkswagon Beetle.
1978 — Pente board game invented and launched by Hideaway employee Gary Gabrel.
1980 — Original location moves from Third Street to current location at 230 S Knoblock St. on Campus Corner.
1993 — First location outside of Stillwater, on Cherry Street in Tulsa, opens.
1995 — Final VW delivery Beetle retired from service in Stillwater.
1997 — First Hideaway in Oklahoma City opens on N Western.
2000 — Demolished Campus Theater and built onto existing Hideaway, doubling Stillwater seating capacity to 360.
2000 — 120 collages received for Millenium Collage Project.
2001 — Campus Corner location in Norman opens.
2002 — Opened Hideaway Pizza in Edmond in partnership with the University of Central Oklahoma Jazz Lab.
2006 — Brett Murphy and Darren Lister purchase all stores outside of Stillwater.
2007 — 50th anniversary.
2008 — New Oklahoma City location opens on Northwest Expressway in January.
2009 — Broken Arrow store to open in April.