The new Pops 66 c-store measures in at 5,000 square feet, inviting locals and road trippers alike to linger, gravitating away from the quick-turnaround focus of traditional c-stores.
Rand Elliott of Elliott & Associates designed the store, as well as the original Pops 66.
Pops dropped fuel in exchange for a foodservice-driven concept, which is evident upon walking through the store’s front doors.
This colorful display of glass-bottled soda invites customers to peruse the more than 700 varieties Pops has to offer.
Soda was the inspiration for this Oklahoma City location, and these ceiling fixtures resemble the bubbles behind the popular beverage.
The names of soda flavors were incorporated in the design. Flavor names such as Frostie Cherry Limeade and Fitz’s Hip Hop Pop line the walls of the store.
The 5,000-square-foot store has a large seating area. There’s even enough room for business meetings, birthday parties and baby showers.
Pops may be known best for its soda selection, but it also offers customers an extensive menu of sandwiches, shakes, ice cream and more.
The location also offers a gourmet candy selection.
Logoed merchandise includes T-shirts, hats, cups and mugs.
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