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  1. #31
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    On my bucket list. Kendalls Restaurant, Noble, Okiehoma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saddletramp View Post
    On my bucket list. Kendalls Restaurant, Noble, Okiehoma.

    You are definitely talkin my language!!!

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    Not a road trip, but it could be if I preferred to get there at a more leisurely pace. But planning a trip and making sure we can get reservations at a specific restaurant in the city we will stay in for a couple of days. The logistics of travel often include multiple details, including flight/hotel availability, tickets for specific events, and for sure, even restaurant reservations....given that good ones can be booked months in advance.

    Now back to "the plan".

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    Lucias Mexican restaurant Laverne Okiehoma..... The queso alone makes it worth the drive. I'll rate the red Chile pork here in a bit.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saddletramp View Post
    Lucias Mexican restaurant Laverne Okiehoma..... The queso alone makes it worth the drive. I'll rate the red Chile pork here in a bit.....
    Keep 'em coming! Luv Mexican food!!

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    Had a double cheeseburger and fries that were to die for today. Ozzie convenience store in Beaver Oklahoma......
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    Think I mentioned somewhere, maybe not, but there's a wonderful restaurant/furniture & clothing store/wedding site/keeper of some farm type animals, just outside the city. Called Pine Ridge Hollow and is attached to one of our big park areas, as well as some wonderful rural properties. It's an easy, short drive, and the food is fantastic! And you can wander around in the building for some interesting purchases....though a bit more higher end in terms of style/price. We actually bought a painting after we ate there once.

    I love their lemon ricotta pancakes!!! Had them yesterday. But they have many excellent menu choices throughout the day!!
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    Based on the title of this thread, I am wondering if some of you were thinking this was a "road kill" related thread. Seems as though some folks like to prepare such delicacies under the hood, while driving to and from. In fact, hunt, cook and drive.....not my thing, but hey, fits the theme I suppose.

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    Haystack Cafe. Higgins Tx. Best cheeseburger you'll ever eat!
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    Oh yeah, almost forgot, Charlies in Gage Oklahoma. Gage is a wide spot in the road. Charles is a dive. The ribeyes are to die for!
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    Making me hungry.....we go to a great tourist area once in a while, called Riding Mountain National Park, which includes the beautiful Clear Lake. They have some pretty good restaurants in the main town - Wasagaming, including a wonderful Italian food spot named TR McKoy's. Love the food there!! But Wasagaming's claim to fame eatery is The White House Bakery and Restaurant, mainly because of their Cinnamon Buns. They make hundreds a day, and I am sure they are all gone at closing time. You can smell them as you walk up the road, towards the place. BUT, I do love that Italian food as well!!

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