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Dining Explore Shopping Stroud


The Rock Cafe will never not be connected to Pixar and its movie Cars. You know that hot little porsche, Sally Carrera, was a bit based on Dawn Welch who operates the Rock and was quoted as saying “Dream big, and then work hard. Very hard,” when she was named Oklahoma’s Woman of the Year in 2009. Stroud is also home to D’s Catering, a bricked Main Street that runs through the heart of 66,…

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The open road on Route 66

We are so partial to “our part” of 66, we are like giddy grandparents showing off pictures of their new bundles of joy. The Deep Fork District of OK66 is made up of folks who are PASSIONATE about our stretch of the Mother Road, and all it offers between Oklahoma City and Tulsa. For one thing, the scenery is breathtaking – green pastures and wild flowers, brick-lined Main Streets and roadside markers. You might get…

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Arcadia Dinner


Arcadia! The western gateway of the Deep Fork District is home to Pops, with the iconic neon pop bottle. You’ll also find the Arcadia Farmer’s Market, open Saturdays during the growing season. The anchor of Arcadia is the Round Barn and the Historical Society that features weekend live music, a gift shop and  tourists from all over the world. Great Plains Veterinary Services is a growing practice for all of our fur babies, large and…

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Dining Explore Luther Shopping


Rolling into Luther from Route 66, you see the Chicken Shack and Couch’s Pecan Grove, but you have to swerve off of the Mother Road to catch Luther’s other hot spots that include restaurants and shops like Rustic Farm and Farmstead Cafe at 116 S Main. Just turn south off 66, cross the tracks past Sonic and the Feed Mill, and you’ll be close to Main Street. Home of the Luther Pecan Festival, the whole…

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Chandler Dining Explore Shopping


Chandler is the heart of the Deep Fork District. With a couple of stop lights, the seat of Lincoln County is our biggest town in the DFD. You’ll find Manvel Coffee Shop on Main Street along with many restaurants, shops and attractions. It’s also where you’ll find Jerry McClanahan’s “McJerry’s Route 66 Gallery.” He is the author of the famed EZ-66 Guide. Chandler also is home to the Oklahoma Route 66 Association.

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