Working with the Pioneer Woman, Ambler Architects created a modern day general store, restaurant, and bakery in the heart of Osage County. This fast-tracked project took 7 months to construct and brought together the traditional style of an early 1900s mercantile with the brand of the Pioneer Woman.

The 1700 square foot building was designed to look like an early 1900s mercantile while reflecting the style and brand of the Pioneer Woman. The history of the building is highlighted through the refinished tin ceiling tiles, exposed brick, and original National Biscuit Company mural. The barn wood floral mural, hand drawn chalk boards, and touches from the family ranch highlight Ree Drummond’s personal flair.

The first floor includes a full kitchen, deli service area, dining area, coffee counter, and general store. The second floor features a full bakery, seating area, and office space. This fast-tracked project took 7 months from start to completion.