What you need to know about Oak Tavern’s $1.5-billion sale

Posted February 05, 2018 04:24:17 Oak Tavern, the chain’s iconic tavern, has been sold to a group led by Dallas-based Dallas-born billionaire, Mark Cuban.

The deal is worth $1,869 million, or $1 per share.

The purchase price includes debt and the sale price.

Oak Tavern closed in 2012, and its owners were among the first to get into the wine industry.

It has been one of the oldest and most successful chains in the U.S. The chain is known for its famous cocktail list, which includes cocktails such as the Oak and the Oak.

Oak has been in business since 1867.

The company’s founder and owner, Henry Ward, was an early investor in the Dallas Cowboys and the Texas Rangers.

Oak’s other locations in Dallas include a restaurant in the heart of downtown Dallas and in the old Uptown district of Midtown, where it has its own bar.

The restaurant’s owner, Jason Smith, said he is excited to be closing the Oak Tavern.

“It’s bittersweet, but I’m happy to have the opportunity to share my passion with the rest of the Dallas community,” he said.

Smith said he plans to close the Oak location in Dallas’ downtown area.

“We’re all very excited for the future.

I feel like it’s a good time for the Dallas-Fort Worth area,” Smith said.

Oak said it will remain open in Dallas until the end of the month.