Oneida’s retail sector includes such nationally and regionally recognized chains as Walmart Super-Center, Goody’s clothing and Walgreen’s pharmacy, and a wide variety of locally-owned shops and stores.

The late Arlie Lay was one of Oneida’s earliest businessmen. Aside from First National Bank of Oneida, which was founded before the town was incorporated, Lay’s downtown furniture store is the oldest continually-operating business in Oneida. Lay’s Oneida Furniture Company continues to operate on Main Street today, while his grandson operates Lay Family Furniture on Alberta Street. Other furniture stores in town include Marcum’s Furniture & Appliance, which also has a long history in Oneida’s business community, and Showroom on Main.

A number of florists, jewelers, t-shirt printers, pharmacists and others maintain shops in Oneida. Specialty shops range from a video gaming store to a pool supply store; from a tack store to an antiques and collectables store. For more information on the many retailers and businesses located in Oneida, contact the Scott County Chamber of Commerce.


Eateries in Oneida include:

  • McDonald’s
  • Hardees
  • Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken
  • KFC
  • Baby J’s Pizza
  • Pizza Hut
  • Little Caesars Pizza
  • Fire House Pizza
  • Subway
  • Sonic Drive-In
  • Phillips Drive-In
  • Taco Bell
  • Zheng Bao (Chinese)
  • El Rey’s (Mexican)
  • Mi Rancho (Mexican)
  • Element Asia
  • Preston’s Longhorn Steakhouse
  • Arby’s
  • Long John Silvers


The financial sector of Oneida’s business community includes the headquarters of two full-service banks and full-service branch offices of two more banks.