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prix de westNestled in the beautiful Deep Fork Valley, just a short 15 minute drive from downtown Oklahoma City, is POPS: the wildest new landmark along Historic Route 66!  Located in Arcadia just a few miles northeast of Oklahoma City, POPS should be at the top of your must-see list.

Food, Fuel, and Fizz only begin to describe POPS.  It is café, shake shop, gift and convenience store, and an ultra-modern gas station, designed by Oklahoma award-winning architect Rand Elliott.  But topping it all off is the massive 66-foot tall soda pop bottle that makes POPS an instant icon. At night, the bottle can be seen for miles lighting up the night sky.  It is outlined in Times Square-quality LED lights that change color.  Of course, POPS’ #1 signature is just that - soda pop - with a record-breaking selection of more than 450 ice-cold sodas and beverages. Like root beer? POPS has 43 varieties. Or cream soda? Find more than 50 flavors. Other signatures include the best burgers and fries anywhere.  POPS burgers and steaks are made from Oklahoma-grown No Name Beef, which is superior in quality and lower in cholesterol.  POPS serves up super-thick shakes in 10 flavors, and mouth-watering breakfasts.   

POPS is located in the heart of Arcadia, Oklahoma,
population 279.  Route 66, the narrow, two-land stretch some 2500 miles long, crosses 8 states and three times zones, and cuts diagonally across Oklahoma.  Halfway through its journey across the Sooner State, it winds through Arcadia.

POPS is a very unique destination stop for travelers.  As you arrive, the road is noisy, almost deafening for a short time.  Then as you enter the building you see a kaleidoscope of color in the soda pop, the wonderful Route 66 and POPS memorabilia, and smell the delectable food.  Moving out the back door everything gets quiet and serene, as you sit on the patio among 66 redbud trees in the Deep Fork Valley.  You have the ability to do it all at POPS.

Even though the government decommissioned the old road in 1984 and designated it the historic Route 66 when the last stretch of interstate freeway was completed, the Mother Road has many miles still to travel with generations to come. POPS represents an exclamation mark of an exciting future for ‘today’s’ Route 66.  And remember:  real life begins at the off ramp.

POPS is open from 5:30am to 10am for breakfast, lunch is served from 11am-3pm, and dinner from 4 – 9pm.  To reach POPS, drive  north on I-35 from downtown Oklahoma City, and exit east on Route 66.  Once you see the giant pop bottle out front, you will know you have arrived!

For more information on POPS, call 405-928-7677 or visit them at www.pops66.com.





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