“breakfast all day!”
Just before the Mother Road ends in western Oklahoma, stop into a renovated general store and restaurant for some souvenirs and down home cooking. Located in the historic border town of Texola, Tumbleweed Grill and Country Store, the self-proclaimed oldest working café on Route 66, is housed in a former 1930s beer joint, the Water Hole #2.
No matter what time of day, stop in seven days a week for breakfast, lunch or dinner. In proper diner fashion, breakfast is served all day at Tumbleweed, the food is homemade and the café features a daily soup and blue plate special. Be sure to check out the pastry case for the café’s selection of fresh made pie, cake and fudge.
After a satisfying meal at the Tumbleweed Grill, explore the ghost town of Texola, featuring a single cell Territorial Jail and the remnants of a once booming border town.
Read the reviews and really wanted to love this nostalgic little place along Rt 66. We landed in this spot Friday evening. Perhaps it was an “off day”. Upon entering it was very awkward, dark and warm. We immediately wanted to leave but did not want to be insulting. We ordered something small and ate quickly.
*BEWARE OF DOG*. Dog was on a running leash that was accessible to the parking area. My boyfriend was bitten in the leg making our way to our car. I hate to say that we will not be returning when traveling through the area again.
Good food, and lovely talented owner! Town is worth seeing too.
Masel is an absolute treat! Amazingly talented artist and funny too!! So many stories and the food was exceptional! I highly recommend the homemade canned bread and butter pickles!
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Tumbleweed Grill & Country Store
- Sun - Sat: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
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