Oklahoma Window Shopping business briefs for May 16, 2013

Oklahoma Window Shopping briefs, May 16
Published: May 16, 2013
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Hair ‘blowout' salon to open

Classen Curve soon will be home to “blo.,” a locally owned “blowout bar.” The nontraditional hair salon will offer blowouts, a blow-drying technique that adds volume and loose curls using a round brush and hair dryer; other services include washes and head massages for men, up-dos for weddings and special occasions and trendy braids. It won't provide haircuts or colors. The 1,250-square-foot salon, owned by Natausha and Joshua Spears, will be next to On A Whim.

Whole Foods to feature grills

Whole Foods Market in Oklahoma City will host a grilling event this weekend. Grills Just Want to Have Fun will be from noon to 5 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The store will have samples and grilling demonstrations.

Whiskey Cake Kitchen opens

Whiskey Cake Kitchen & Bar has opened its farm-to-fork restaurant outside Penn Square Mall. Menu items include fresh fish, slow-cooked meats and innovative appetizers all made from scratch and based on seasonally available ingredients. Whiskey Cake's original location is in Plano, Texas.

Fan Outfitters stores acquired

The LIDS Sports Group has purchased Fan Outfitters, a Lexington, Ky., based sports retailer with seven stores in Kentucky and Oklahoma. All locations will be rebranded Fan Outfitters by LIDS but maintain their local identities, the company said, which includes a selection of merchandise featuring sports teams in that area. LIDS, based in Indianapolis, has more than 1,000 mall-based, airport, street level and factory outlet locations in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.

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