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In Oklahoma City, a local favorite, Irma’s Burger Shack has been bringing raised-in-Oklahoma beef to the table since 2003. You can stop, because the cozy restaurant offers booths (tables and bar seating), with a full selection of all your favorite brews. Start each meal out right with fried pickles dipped in ranch or the delicious loaded fries, which are hand-cut fries topped with cheddar, chili, onions, sour cream and jalapenos. http://www.irmasburgershack.com/
You need to write something: 13441 E Hwy 66, Arcadia. OK Count 66, built out of a love for all things Route 66. It is a piece of land that is just off the Mother Road in Arcadia gives visitors the unique opportunity to experience miniaturized versions of major Route 66 attractions, all in one place. You’ll find the Twin Arrows from Arizona (a representation of the logo for the Jackrabbit Trading Post, and even a pond with third size replica of northeast Oklahoma’s). http://www.outlookoklahoma.com/archives/m.blog/27/2007-august-route-66-museum
In southeast Oklahoma, is known for its spectacular fall foliage, and the Talimena National Scenic Byway waiting for you. It was built to highlight the area’s beautiful foliage and spans one of the highest mountain ranges between the Appalachians and the Rockies, and also you can view one stunning panorama after another as you travel along crests of forested peaks. http://www.talimenascenicdrive.com/
The annual Bristow Route 66 Car, Truck, Bike & Tractor Show http://bristowchamber.com/about-us/route-66-bristow-car-show/ will feature a variety of vintage rides (muscle cars and tricked-out American motorcycles), along the famed Mother Road. Make your way to Bristow – Main Street – on October 8, 2016 for this car show. Nostalgic 1950s music will be played all day. Prizes for the best dressed and best decorated vendor will be awarded.