Mo’ Betahs celebrates sharing the special island lifestyle with the OKC community

A popular Hawaiian-style concept will hold a groundbreaking ceremony on August 4 and open to the public on August 5

Mo' Betahs celebrates sharing a special island lifestyle with the KC communityOklahoma City, OK ( Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style Restaurant is ready to open its doors and serve its authentic Hawaiian cuisine and island experience to Oklahoma City fans!

Located at 300 NW 23rd St., Mo’ Betahs will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate its first location in Oklahoma City proper on Thursday, August 4 at 5:30 p.m.

After its official opening, Mo’ Bettahs will proudly serve Oklahomans Monday through Saturday, 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mo’ Bettahs will spread the aloha spirit by serving authentic, fresh flavors using only the finest ingredients. Guests can enjoy Hawaiian staples like the famous plated lunch which includes a choice of meat – grilled chicken or teriyaki steak, kalua pig, chicken pulehu, chicken katsu or shrimp tempura – as well as the unique macaroni salad brand and steamed rice.

What: Mo’ Bettahs celebrates his debut in Oklahoma City proper.

When: Inauguration ceremony: Thursday, August 4 at 5:30 p.m.
Public inauguration: Friday, August 5 at 10:30 a.m.

Where: 300 NO 23rd Street in Oklahoma City.

“We couldn’t be more excited to serve more of Oklahoma’s great people,” said Mo’ Bettahs President Rob Ertmann. “We pride ourselves on providing fresh, authentic Hawaiian cuisine that keeps people coming back. When guests walk through our doors at OKC, they’ll get to know Hawaii as the islanders know it. We can’t wait to spread the aloha with everyone in the area next week!”

Oklahoma City’s new Mo’ Bettahs marks the fast-growing brand’s third place in the Sooner State and 32n/a system-wide. To learn more about Mo’ Bettahs or to see the full menu, visit

Mo' Betahs celebrates sharing the special island lifestyle with the OKC community

About Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style

Mo’ Bettahs was founded in Bountiful, Utah in 2008 by Kimo and Kalani Mack with the goal of providing customers with an authentic Hawaiian island barbecue experience, just as they enjoyed growing up in Oahu, Hawaii. Mo’ Bettahs serves up plated lunch with an authentic Hawaiian experience, featuring dishes like freshly grilled teriyaki chicken and steak, kalua pig, fried katsu chicken, house macaroni salad and baked rice. steam. Since partnering with Savory Restaurant Fund, Mo’ Bettahs has expanded to 31 locations in Idaho, Oklahoma, Texas and Utah. Mo’ Bettahs intends to spread the aloha spirit to more communities through continued expansion in the months and years to come. Mo’ Bettahs offers dine-in, take-out and catering services. For more information, visit or follow Mo’ Bettahs on instagram, Facebook Where Twitter.

About the salt fund

Savory, a Mercato Partners fund, focuses on delivering exceptional returns through strategic investments in the food and beverage industry. Savory partners with emerging, profitable and high-potential restaurant brands to provide financial capital, industry expertise, revenue opportunities, profitability improvements and the development of new locations. The Savory team directly contributes to all aspects of growth and replication using a proven manual and methodology. The involvement of founders in the expansion of a brand is a central theme of the Savory approach because founders carry the tribal knowledge around uniqueness that energized early success and is essential to future growth. For more information, visit

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