New midtown market: Three Sirens Restaurant Group opens Market 31 at Ranch Acres

Check out the latest highlight of our concept at Ranch Acres.

New midtown market: Three Sirens Restaurant Group opens Market 31 at Ranch Acres

The latest venture from the Three Sirens Restaurant Group is Market 31 — a great spot for grab-and-go food, fresh veggies, bread and eggs. It’s a welcome midtown neighborhood market for a quick visit in-between big grocery store hauls and a place to stop when you have no answer to the question, “What’s for dinner?”

James Beard Award semifinalist Johnna Hayes of Three Sirens Restaurant Group is a concept queen, sprinkling her foodie love across Tulsa and Broken Arrow with Bird and Bottle, Bramble, Holé Molé and Shaky Jake’s. We talked to her about Market 31, 3324 E. 31st St.

What can people expect when they walk in to Market 31?

Right off the bat they’ll notice coolers full of grab-and-go foods, ready to be heated up easily for dinners or other meals. Fresh breads, granolas, farm-fresh eggs and accompaniments for all your meal needs.

It seems like there’s a lot of interest in Tulsa for this type of small, easy-to-navigate market.

Honestly, COVID changed the entire game of dine out and even more so, dine in. Being able to get a restaurant-style meal at home became something people really enjoyed and after the pandemic, wanted to continue. Being able to feature some of our favorite restaurant items to take home seemed like a no-brainer.

Tell us about the location you chose for Market 31.

We love Ranch Acres and our landlord, Mary Stewart, and her daughter, Emily, who have become a part of our Three Sirens family. When the salon decided they were going to close, we knew we wanted to do something there, and this market made the most sense for the area. Bird and Bottle being close is obviously fun, but this market will be featuring all of our concepts, so I think being able to bring them all to one spot is most exciting.

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History -

A Note from our Owner

“We started with one humble concept born from necessity - Bramble Breakfast and Bar. Coming from a background in restaurants and bars, it was only natural for us to dive deeper into this challenging industry. And once that initial spark ignited, ideas started flowing. With the good fortune of having creative and hardworking individuals around us, these concepts started taking shape. Of course, some stayed on paper for a while, but eventually, they blossomed into reality.

Throughout our journey, Three Sirens has faced numerous restarts - both literal and metaphorical. From navigating the challenges of Covid to making ownership adjustments and additions, we've evolved and adapted along the way. Our hope is that this spirit of constant evolution always remains. We believe that growth should have no bounds, propelling us towards an ever-brighter future.

Cheers to the never-ending journey of growth and joy!”

~ Johnna Hayes
    Three Sirens Restaurant Group