A Tulsa bookstore will be ringing up its last purchase and mixing up its final milkshake Tuesday.
Back in September Steve's Sundry Books & Magazines announced they would be closing after almost 67 years in business. And on Tuesday those doors will close for their last regular business day.
"Everybody is in various stages of grief," owner Joan Stephenson told KTUL back in September.
According to their website, the store has given Tulsa residents the option to "step back in time to a place where the customer comes first." Owners of the store have also boasted its large magazine selection.
But others that enter the store look towards the counter where they have ordered a sandwich or a milkshake over the years. All hand-crafted.
"I mean this is like my second home," customer Jerry Whythe told KTUL.
And those wanting a piece of the store's history can return this weekend when the store will reopen to sell the rest of its inventory. Those wanting to attend can head to the store Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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