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Abuelita’s ......................................................14 Arbuckle Mtn Original Fried Pies ...................31 Arbor Breeze/Arb. Paradise ...........................14 Arbuckle Adventures RV ..................................6 Arbuckle Boat Rentals ...................................26 Arbuckle Family Lodging .................................7 Arbuckle Lake Cabins....................................26 Arbuckle Memorial Hospital ..........................32 Arbuckle Mtn. Lodging ....................................2 Arbuckle Mtn. Motel ......................................13 Arbuckle R.V. Resort......................................11 Arbuckle Sports Center .................................22 Arbuckle Trail Rides.........................................7 Arbuckle Wedding Chapel................................6 Arbuckle Wilderness........................................3 Ardmore Emporium .......................................39 Ardmore Main Street .....................................38 Artist of the Arbuckles ...................................33 Best Western – Ardmore ...............................45 Bill’s Restaurant ............................................31 Buffalo Gap .....................................................6 Cafe Alley ......................................................46 Candlewood Suites ........................................47 Cedar Creek Cabins .........................................4 Cedarvale Cabins ..........................................27 Chicka Chicka Bling Bling ..............................20 Chickasaw Cultural Center ..............................8 Chickasaw Telephone ....................................36 Chigley Mansion ............................................27 Chick. Nat’l Recreation Area ..........................23 Community Bank of Arbuckles ......................30 Cross Bar Ranch............................................16

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They spoke of the homes. Sit in the council house where tiful beau the of e spok preparing They . story a tell to food preparation, vegetable gardens and history and art come together ing architectural the raised corn crib, tand ing, tool outs the bead of e ing, spok weav et They bask pus. of cam tions natural setting of the the winter. Watch the presenta for . wood tiful beau of s beam and designs in gleaming glass, massive steel making and more. is the hear t of the Chickasaw Then they spoke of the story. That story art of story telling, passed The amphitheater is a place to enjoy the People and it is what draws you in. ner that history and man the down through the generations. This is er. In the waiting Cent bit Exhi ter is also the site for Poya thea asha The Chik ed. the shar at n and d My tour bega culture have been preserve lands e nativ their in tribe the of ing , living history performances room, the story teller explains the settl ceremonial dances, cultural presentations domed the r unde ding stan while listen We of current day Mississippi. and star stories. a hint of smoke. The smoke ceiling, painted the blues of the sky with at the Anoli’ Theater. This For a high-tech form of story telling, stop door opens and we enter the A t. Spiri t Grea the to up ers pray the carries en and surround sound, will large-format venue, with its 40’ X 60’ scre of timber and grass, a shor t 18th century Council House. In this room s and vivid images displayed in accommodate 350 viewers. Brilliant color w story. movie tells the beginnings of the Chickasa film. the of high definition allow you to feel part wall opens. We emerge from the and rises en scre the film, the After entrees, sandwiches, lunch The Aaimpa’ Café offers guests snacks, enter the Spirit Forest. In the under a rock ledge, cross a stream and The menu is varied and lists specials, children’s meals and desserts. mimic the natural sights and forest, technology and theatrical effects es use of vegetables and herbs mak gray boulders, the traditional Chickasaw fare and the t, some fores this of sm reali The s. wood sounds of the gardens grown in the greenhouses and on-site darkening skies all deny the fact woodland flora, trickling brook and the that you are indoors. explaining day-to-day We exit the Spirit Forest into a showroom andd onn and methods of protection life, in existence and the elements used to susta w a kasa le to become the Chic history of the division of this group of peop are displayed and ancientt cts artifa s erou Num ns. and Choctaw Natio g on video. ancestors are recounted with story tellin ryy representing the journery Our path leads to the Removal Corridor, e , rea ar a area e activ inter n Territory. An from the southeastern homelands to India ip h hi ship s hard ons, seas ging the chan this hall allows the visitor to experience 3 13 1 this of slice a e rienc expe and and great losses. Hesitate in this hall on ann hear the voices of people on year time span and, if you listen carefully, uncertain trail. early day Indian Territoryy The next gallery provides a glimpse into nd nd the Dawes Commission aand to ining perta with text, photos and artifacts ut but b bu , ion, locat new a have been allotment periods. The prairie lands may xitit, exit, eex u o you re Befo . tions tradi and re the Chickasaws held tightly to their cultu oonn e ye eye e an ing keep while fire the ng circli participate in the Stomp Dance, your holographic dance partners. he the ew th Place. If it is open, view Adjoining the exhibit hall is The Meeting d e el held h are s Elder n. 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Best Western of Ardmore - 55 units, some mini and whirlpool suites, in-room coffee and fridge, free wireless high speed internet, hair dryer, iron/ board, free local calls, free hot breakfast, business center, meeting room, outdoor pool, exercise facility, guest laundry, specific pet-friendly rooms. Close to restaurants. I-35 exit 31A, left at 1st light 1/4 mile to 135 Holiday Dr. (580) 223-7525 • www.bestwestern.com Candlewood Suites - 80 units, daily and extended stay, king & queen rooms, full kitchens, free high speed internet, meeting room, outdoor pool, guest laundry, exercise room, pet friendly. Shopping and dining within walking distance. Exit 32 off I-35, 1/2 mile east past 1st light, left on Woerz Way. 580-226-0100 • www.candlewoodsuites.com Guest Inn - 125 units, in-room coffee, micro, fridge, free wireless Internet and business center, outdoor pool, deluxe continental breakfast, restaurant nearby, pet friendly, truck parking. Near Softball Complex and Convention Center, Hwy 142 & I-35 exit 33, Ardmore, (580) 223-1234 www.guest-inn.com Lake Murray Bed & Berth - Floating vacation villas, lodges, cottages of various sizes, sleep max of 4 up to max of 18, boat or jet ski can be moored at your door, well equipped kitchens, linens furnished, cable TV w/ DVD, some handicap access. South of Ardmore. 580-223-0088 • www.oklahomabedandberth.com Lake Murray Lodge - 56 cabins, 49 rooms, restaurant, pool, cable & local calls in rooms, recreation room, meeting rooms, gift shop, cabins have kitchenettes & linens furnished. Many rooms & cabins with lake view. Rooms from $55 to $68, cabins (sizes vary) $48 to $275. In Lake Murray State Park, Scenic Hwy. 77, (580) 223-6600 or 1-800-257-0322 • www.travelok.com LaQuinta Inn - 64 queen/king rooms, micro/fridge, complimentary extended breakfast, exercise room, free high speed internet, guest laundry, nearby. Close to pet-friendly, business center, outdoor pool/hot tub, dining ne 580m t ½ mile. st s a east then 33, Convention Center & softball fields. I-35 exit 223-7976 • www.lq.com comp co dgee, complic oo//ffrriddge, miicr m ddss, micro/fri bbeds, ng be LaQuinta Inn & Suites – 71 rooms, queen/king peedd pe sspeed h gh g i h hi high e e free ree re f , m m, om, o oo room, r e se s i c ci r rci e er x exercise e ex , mentary extended breakfast, meeting room, bb,, tub, u tu t t o h ho / l/ o o ool/ oo pool/hot p r o or o d do indoor n in , r er e t nt e center, c ce s s es e n business dly, internet, guest laundry, pet-frien ff off 2 of 32 3 t it i x Ex Exit . e ge n u un unge o Lounge. Lo L a n in i t nt a Cantina Ca a La L . e. e c n nc a anc t ta s distance. walking within shopping dining and yy.. Way. W rz Wa erz oer Woerz W I-35, 1/2 mile east to 1st light, left oonn Wo 580-220-2990 • www.lq.com creess. acr on 733 acres. st on k ffaast akfa brreeak ed & breakfas bed nn bed inn rryy inn ntry ount cou uxxuurriioouuss country Shiloh Morning Inn - Luxuriou ridgge fri nnii fridge mini mi D, mini DVVD T V //D TV d , TV/DVD, bbeeds i g beds, kin w / king all w/ al s, all taaggeess, ttag ccoott ded cottages ude clluude 5 large suites and 4 secluded d nd and a t s st a fa f k a ak e re r breakfas b us u o u uo t pt p m um u Sumptuo S . b b. tub. u tu hot ate hot prriivvat oorr 2 oorr private ubb ffor and either whirlpool ttub e re r o m mo d rd Ardmore A f of e d id ide s t ts tsid u Outside Ou O . e g ge a ta t t tta o ot cottage. c r or e t it u suite s su r u o ou your y in eerr vveed in dinner available sserved om ingg.ccom rnniing.com orni hmor iloohm w w.sshhiilohmorn ww.s w ww 74 • www.sh 674 1-888-554-7674

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Arbuckle Mountain Lodging - 1-3 bedroom cabins, lakehouses, country retreats, lodge facility for meetings, etc. Linens provided, kitchens equipped, TV/VCR. From honeymoons to small groups, offers privacy of home, each one unique. Sulphur & Davis. Pet Friendly. $75 – $400, (580) 369-5453 • www.arbucklelodging.com Arbuckle Mountain Motel - 36 units, kitchenettes, 16 rooms with Jacuzzi tubs, hot tub, quality bedding, in-room fridge, free wireless Internet, full RV hookups, swimming pool coming in 2010, near Arbuckle Wilderness and Turner Falls, south of Davis. (580) 369-3347 Buffalo Gap - Log Cabins with western decor, sleep 5-6, some with fireplaces & hot tubs, DirecTV, linens provided, kitchenettes, grills. Pet friendly. Near Turner Falls & Arbuckle Wilderness, starting at $100. 4 miles south of Davis. (580) 369-3543 • www.buffalogap.info Cedarvale Cabins - studio, 1 & 2 bedroom cabins, scattered along mountainside, fully furnished, full kitchens, satellite TV, less than 1 mile to Turner Falls Park, 4 miles south of Davis. 580-369-3224 • www.cedarvalecabins.com Chigley Mansion - 2-story historic home of early-day settler, set on 5 acres, bottom floor sleeps up to 8, entire facility sleeps up to 19. Fully equipped, central heat/air, full kitchen, TV/DVD, beautiful themed decor. Great for groups, weddings, corporate retreats, chic trips or family vacations. Bottom floor $275. per night, Entire facility $495. Two night minimum. 210 N. 5th St. 580-622-6125 • www.chigleymansion.com Davis Inn Motel - 13 clean units, modern decor, great beds, free wireless internet, 1 & 3 bed kitchenettes are fully equipped, great beds, free wireless internet, rooms with micro/fridge, cable TV, picnic area with horseshoes. Centrally located on Hwy 77, 2 blocks south of Main Street. Sherry’s cell (580) 369-0826 or (580) 369-238 4 Deer Creek Lodge & Cabins – 5 large group lodges, all located on water, each sleeps up to 40, commercial kitchens, fireplaces, paddleboats/canoes, hiking, fishing. $400.00 per night, 2 night minimum. Cabins (formerly Canyon Breeze) – 13 units, some kitchenettes, some single or double rooms, linens , wireless internet, satellite TV, guest laundry, next to Fried Pie r urn ffurnished fu Competitive pricing. 1 mile to Turner Falls Park and Arbuckle Wilderhopp. C Shop. SSh ut of Davis at Exit 51 off I-35. Sout So essss. South ess ness. nne m coom dgge..co 20 3 • www.deer-creek-lodge.c 9-20 69369-200 0 ) 36 80) 580 ((580) (5 a nd an quuieet and and quiet an ce and ace ppeeac rovveee,, peace ro grove aann grove, ecan pec Country home set in pecan ge - C tttag ttag Cottage C a’s Co na’ nn on Donna’s Do D V, TV, TV T e t it l ll l e t tell te satellite a , sa sate ed, ed h sh s i ni n r furnished u ur f s n ns e linens ne n i li l , n e en h kitchen, full 6, s m, sleeps rm, bdrm bd m. 2 bdrm, oam roam ro to roam. om to om rroom ro . s s. v vi a Davis. of west e free, ree re f e ke k o smoke mo s , e, e l bl b table, nic taa iccni icni grill, riilll,, ppicnic ggr e.ccoom e. tage.com nnascot na ddoonnn w donn w w. www.do 85 • ww -882285 0-8285 0-82 20220800--22 5580-220 58

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Horseshoe Springs Cabins – 2 cabins, each sleeps 6, set on 100 private acres with wildlife, fishing, hiking. Equipped kitchens, linens furnished, TV/ VCR/DVD, themed décor, grills & picnic tables. Located near Cross Bar Ranch ATV Park west of Davis. (580) 247-8381 • www.horseshoespringscabins.com Premier Lake Property - Luxury lodgings with access to private lakes, each one unique and spacious, great for families, couples or groups. Fully equipped kitchens, linens furnished, satellite TV, hot tubs, decks/porches, some fireplaces. Between Sulphur & Davis, from $125 to $495. (580) 622-6125 • www.premierlakepropert y.com The Inn at Treasure Valley - 59 rooms and suites, free high speed internet, free local/long distance w/i U.S., indoor pool and hot tub, sauna, fitness center, continental breakfast, conference rooms, board room. Adjoins Treasure Valley Casino. I-35 exit 55, take Hwy 77 to northbound service road. 580-369-3223 • www.treaurevalleycasino.com Turner Falls Inn - Rustic stone rooms & cabins nestled among the trees near Honey Creek in the Arbuckle Mountains. 1,000 feet from Turner Falls Park Gate. Rooms sleep 4, cabins sleep 6-16, kitchens or kitchenettes, grills, picnic tables, satellite TV. 5144 Hwy. 77 So., I-35 exit no.51 to Hwy. 77 south, then go ¾ mile. 580-369-2944 • www.turnerfallsinn.com Turner Falls Park Cabins - Located inside Turner Falls Park, 12 duplex one-room cabins, built in 2006, set beside creek or on mountain top near campground. Sleeps 6, bed linens furnished, kitchenettes, picnic tables, grills. Also one older style cabin. Start at $130 per night includes Turner Falls Park day admission fee. South of Davis. (580) 369-298 8 • www.turnerfallspark.com

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Arbuckle Mountain Lodging - 1-3 bedroom cabins, lakehouses, country retreats, lodge facility for meetings, etc. Linens provided, kitchens equipped, TV/VCR. From honeymoons to small groups, offers privacy of home, each one unique. Sulphur & Davis. Pet Friendly. $75 – $400. (580) 369-5453 • www.arbucklelodging.com Arbuckle Paradise Cabins - lake area houses with cozy, comfortable accommodations, amenities vary among cabins so check website or call for specifics. Amenities may include equipped kitchens, some w/ linens, sleep 6 -10, satellite TV/DVD, deck, fire pit, grills, boat parking, smoke free, Point Breeze Cabin sits on Arbuckle Lake w/ lake views. Starting at $130 – $475 per night. 405-620-0223 • www.arbuckleparadise.com Cedar Creek Cabins - Secluded, cozy cabins. Small private pond, fireplaces, satellite TV/VCR, themed decor. Furnished kitchens, linens, full bath. On Buckhorn side of Arbuckle Lake. Starting at $100. South of Sulphur. Also, group lodge; sleeps 15, between Sulphur and Davis. (580) 622-8897 / (405) 659-3128 • www.cabinsatcedarcreek.com Echo Canyon Resort - Bed & Breakfast and luxury suites, fireplace, double Jacuzzi mineral baths in-room, large common area, kitchen, gourmet dinner, gated, scenic, rates $129–$279, edge of Chickasaw Park, Sulphur. (580) 421-5076 • www.echocanyonresort.com Henson Cabin - 2 private bedrooms, queen beds, linens provided, sleeps 6, full kitchen, central heat/air, cable TV, TV/DVD/ VCR, just ½ mile from boat launch, 2 miles to Guy Sandy Ramp. Between Sulphur/ Davis, central to area attractions. Starting at $120. 405-756-2167 or 405-609-9945 • www.sulphurokcabin.com Premier Lake Property - Luxury lodgings with access to private lakes, each one unique and spacious, great for families, couples or groups. Fully equipped kitchens, linens furnished, satellite TV, hot tubs, decks/porches, some fireplaces. Between Sulphur & Davis, from $125 to $495. (580) 622-6125 • www.premierlakepropert y.com Rocky Point Cabins - Individual Log-Style cabins, each decorated with different theme. Sleeps 4-6. Fully equipped, in wooded area, 1 mile to Arbuckle Lake. Hiking on private land. Lake cabin atmosphere with conveniences. Starting at $100.00. Southwest of Sulphur. (580) 622-5115 or 1-888-211-0770 • www.rockypointcabins.com Secret Garden Cottages – One 2 bdr house and 4 cottages all nestled inside privacy fenced garden setting, sleeps 2 – 20, linens furnished, kitchenettes, grills, fire pit, at gateway to Chickasaw Nat’l. Recreation Area in Sulphur. (580) 618-3135 • www.secretgardencottages.com Sulphur Springs Inn - Bed & Breakfast lodging, 7 rooms and 3 cottage suites, family lodging, breakfast, bikes, next to National Park. Complete facility rental for reunions /groups. Historic building built in 1920s, Sulphur. (580) 622-5930 • www.sulphurspringsinn.com Super 8 of Sulphur - 39 units newly renovated, king/queen beds, Super Start breakfast, restaurants nearby, free local calls, micro/fridge/hairdryer, a TV/HBO, free high-speed Internet, business center, non-smoking ccable ca m pets allowed, laundry. 2226 W. Broadway, Sulphur. oom rro rooms, 58800 ) 6622-6500 • www.super8.com (580 (5 (580)

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what’s for dinner? ARDMORE Apple Bin Restaurant – Variety of selections on their menu. Sandwiches, salads, dinners, steaks, seafood, children’s menu, breakfast all day, buffets on weekends. Great food served with a beautiful lake view! Meeting rooms & ballroom available. Open 7 days a week, inside Lake Murray State Park Lodge, south of Ardmore. (580) 223-6600. Café Alley – Fresh food that’s flavorful and Oklahoma influenced, comfortable, cozy atmosphere, usual favorites with different twist, USDA Choice Aged Certified Angus Beef, fresh salads and made from scratch dressings, homemade soups, desserts made in-house, full bar, great attention to detail. Set in 1915 warehouse with raised skylight and historical pictures. Tue-Fri 11am-2pm. Tue-Sat 5pm-9pm. Historic East end of Ardmore at 126 A St N.E. (580)223-6413 • www.cafealleyardmore.com Edamame – An American Sushi Bar. This is not the traditional sushi restaurant, numerous original dishes created by Edamame chefs, delicious sauces, nut dishes, freshest ingredients, beautiful presentation. Casual dining experience. Making use of French culinary skills – a crème Brule special every day. You won’t find plain vanilla here! Mon-Fri for lunch, Tue-Sat for dinner, Historical downtown Ardmore, 200 W. Main. 580-223-2333 look on Facebook for daily specials. Fireside Dining – Wonderful food, delightful atmosphere. Prime rib, steaks, lobster, shrimp, catfish, daily specials, full bar. Excellent place to celebrate special occasions. Known for great food and excellent service for many years. Open for dinner Tues – Sat. One-half mile west of Lake Murray Lodge on Scenic Hwy 77 or I-35 exit 24, then east. (580)226-4070 • www.okardmoredining.com Key’s Grocery – At first glance, it’s a grocery store like grandma shopped in. But the secret is in the back, behind the meat counter. It is the Stanwich. A delicious meat-of-your-choice sandwich created by Stan. Order as you like, this is not some chain sandwich store. You will also want to take home some of Stan’ss famous faamo mous ouuss chili or maybe some pashofa to cook up. Ask Stan or Alicia ciia for recipe. cipe ci ppee. ItIt’s t’ss nnot o jjust ot ust the food here, it’s the experience. Mon-Fri 8:30-5:3 us 0-5: 00-5: 5 3300, 0, Sat 8:30-2:0 8 :33000-2 8: --22:0 2 ::000, 0 116 11166 E. E. Broadwa Brroa Br ooaad y, Downtown Ardmore. 580-223-8821. 88821 21.

Main Street Coffee – located in Historic Downtown Ardmore and worth the drive downtown! Very creative hot and cold specialty coffee drinks, really good cup of regular coffee, pastries, weekly drink specials. Warm and welcoming atmosphere with a laid-back, small-town-friendly attitude. Perch in the window and people-watch or find a quiet spot in a comfy chair. Open Mon –Fri 6:30, Sat/Sun 7:30am. 108 W. Main. (580)226-8222 Ten Star Pizza Kitchen – Not a cookie-cutter pizza place, original new restaurant, divine pizza pie with secret family recipe sauce, crackerthin crust, fresh quality ingredients. Pizza is main attraction, also serve appetizers, salads, paninis, fresh frozen yogurt and special desserts. Casual atmosphere feels like dining in friend’s warm and inviting kitchen. Dine in, carry out, catering, open Tue –Sat, 11-9. 109 E. Main. 580-226-0101 • www.tenstarpizza.com The Cellar – Fine dining in an underground tunnel, described as sophisticated southern food. Serving original creations at lunch (soups, salads & sandwiches $8-16) and dinner (appetizers, entrees of steak, seafood, pastas $14-28.) Highly recommended: fried green tomatoes, Southern Oscar Mignon, Wood Grilled Black Angus Filet and do not miss New York Cheesecake or 7 Layer Chocolate Cake. Wonderful atmosphere, awesome food. Lunch Wed-Sat, 11-2, Dinner Fri-Sat, 5:30-10, 117 E. Main, 580-223-4454 Two Frogs Grill – “Casual dining with a funky blues twist - that’s their motto. Steaks, seafood, southern cuisine, live entertainment on occasional Friday & Saturday nights. A really fun eating experience. Call about catering. Open 7 days a week, lunch & dinner. 2646 Broadway (exit 31A off I-35), Ardmore. (580) 226-FROG (3746) • www.twofrogsgrill.com

DAVIS Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pies – Just like grandma used to make for the ranch hands. It’s a meal or a treat in a pocket. Made fresh all day long, fruit, cream, pecan, sugar-free and savory. Call ahead if you like, dozen discounts, dining for large and small groups. Open 7a –7p, 7 days a week, I-35 exit 51, on Hwy 77. ((580) (5 58 369-7830. Bi Bill’s illl’s ’s Restaur Re ant – Whatever you are hungry for, you’ll find it here. Great vvaariet variety, rriiet et yy,, Chester Che he Fried Chicken, Hunt’s Pizza, BBQ ribs, brisket, sausage. Also serving se erv r vinng C Cajun, Ca aju jun, n, rib eyes, Thurs. night all-you-can-eat catfish and a children’s n, menu. meenu nu. Do Do nnot oott miss m the HUGE chicken fried steak Bill’s is known for. Domestic & Im Impo Imported p rrttedd beer po be available. Buffet daily 11a-8p, dine in family-friendly atmosph aattmo m sp sphheere e or pick up at drive-thru window. Tue-Sat 11a-8p, Sun 11a-3p, 910 99110 E Main. 580-369-2636 Deb’s D Burgerland Cafe – Not just a burger place; Expanded menu: m dinners with choice of vegetables, full breakfast served daily, chicken strips s baskets, tacos, salads, lots more and great burgers. Catfish dinner served s daily. Dine-in or call-in and carry-out. Friendly Folks. 700 E Main. (580) ( 369-3379.

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The Arbuckle Area is home ome to a smorgasbord of great dining establishments. This Restaura staurant nt Review will give you a quick reference of local eateries. All businesses listed are Fun Times Magazine advertisers, so look for their ads for more informat inforrmation. ion. Las Cascadas – Let the Romo Family Famil am milily ly sse serve erve rrvve you yyoou authentic authhen au entitic Mexican M xi Me xica c an food. Great variety to choose from, om m, dail ddaily da ailily ly specials, speeccia sp spec ials alss, kid’s kid’ ki idd’’s meal, meaall, all me aalll of of your you ouurr favorites. Patio dining available. Closed Clloose osseed Tuesdays Tuessda Tu days ys. 215 215 E. 21 E. Main. Mai a nn.. (580) ( 580) (5 80 ) 80 369-2031. Main Street Restaurant – Step into this diner for a delicious meal. Like eating with family. Hot and cold sandwiches, chicken-fried steak and roast beef, rib-eyes and fish, and a daily buffet. A great break from shopping. Open Tuesday thru Saturday. 202 N. 3rd, 1 block north of traffic light, Downtown Davis. (580) 369-2311. Minner Hut Burgers & Bait – Fried onion burgers, hot dogs, corn chip chili pie and cold drinks. Finish it all off with a homemade dessert. On the way to the lake and worth the drive. Dine-in or carryout. Summer delivery to Guy Sandy Boat Ramp. Highway 7 between Sulphur and Davis, then 3 miles south on Chickasaw Trail. (580) 622-338 6. Snak Shaks – Need to grab a quick bite! Check the Snak Shaks for broasted chicken, potato logs, egg rolls, BBQ, burritos & more. Some locations have Hot Stuff Pizza, Cinnamon Street Bakery Rolls & Cookies & Eddie Pepper Mexican Food. I-35 location even has an A&W Stop with the famous root beer, hot dogs & more. Eight locations for you (3 in Sulphur, 3 in Davis, 1 in Wynnewood, and 1 in Mill Creek). The Cliff at Cedarvale – Restaurant, bar and live entertainment. Dine outdoors facing into cliff wall, overlooking Honey Creek or indoors among Andy Warhol art. Full bar w/ 5 T.V.s, seasonal live entertainment & dancing, appetizers, signature salads & soups, delectable entrees include steaks, pasta, chicken, catfish, burgers and delicious desserts. Reservations recommended but not required. Open at 5p Wed-Fri, Open at 11a Sat-Sun. 4565 Hwy 77 south, 1 mile from Turner Falls Park. 580369-2644 www.thecliffatcedarvale.com

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The Dougherty Store –over the mountains and around the lake to Dougher ty, great scenic drive to The Store. Groceries, gas, beer, ice, cold drinks, all the regular stuff. But this isn’t your average convenience store. You can get a hot burger for lunch while you suds your duds in the Laundromat. Kick back, sit a spell & have a cold drink. Chat up a local (there are only about 400) over a fresh deli creation. It’s like no other place. Open 7a-7p, 7days a week. On beautiful Main St. 580-993-2735

Snak Shaks – Need to grab a quick bite! Check the Snak Shaks for broasted chicken, potato logs, egg rolls, BBQ, burritos & more. Some locations have Hot Stuff Pizza, Cinnamon Street Bakery Rolls & Cookies & Eddie Pepper Mexican Food. I-35 location even has an A&W Stop with the famous root beer, hot dogs & more. Eight locations for you (3 in Sulphur, 3 in Davis, 1 in Wynnewood, and 1 in Mill Creek).

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On the sunny si de of the Arbuck le Mountains, Ardmore, Okla lies On the cu homa. Over a ce ltural side, Ardm nt ury old, Ardmor is located halfw ore has an array e and perform ay between the of vi vis isu sual al ing ar ts. During Oklahoma City Dallas/ Fortwor th your visit to this and yo u m ay . Established in 18 ci ty ta , ke in a th ea tr ic al, da 87 with the arriv of the Santa Fe ra al performance nc e or ch or al e ilroad, it took its . Or , enjoy a collect name from Ardm Pennsylvania. So ion of Western ore, Contempo on it became the and ra ry ar t at a local galle la rg es t town in the Chickasaw Nat ry . ion, and is now the largest city in south central po the Histor y is a very big part of Ar rtion of Oklahom dmore. Learn m a. abou t sout hern ore Oklahomaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pa An abundance st at the G re at Southwest Hist of outdoor activ er orical Museum ities are availa including hiking . With displays of ble, from turn , biking, swimm lif -o e fth ein 20 g, th century Ardm boating, ďŹ shing, camping, picnic ore, the museum is a wonderful le s and more. That arning experienc is just the beginn of the fun visito e. The Tucker To ing on Lake M rs can have whi wer urray houses na le visiting Ardm Stroll the downt tu ra l ex or hibits of local ďŹ&#x201A;o e. and fauna. own area with ra its brick sidewal period street la ks, mps, benches an Su d landscaping for rrounded by the be some leisurely auty and abunda shopping. The nce the Arbuckle downtown area M ou ntain area has to Carter County , th e offer, Ardmore sh Cour t House an ines like a star. d other structur Stop in and expe are on the Nat es rience this cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ional Register So ut he of rn Hospitality an Hi d st friendliness... yo oric Places. City parks, golf co uâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be glad you urses and lakes ca m pr e. â&#x20AC;˘ ovide something for everyone.

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New eateries are opening up in Ardmore and locals and visitors alike are ďŹ nding the variety and The dĂŠcor invites you to slo the dishes to be delectable. w down, enjoy a relaxed me Edamame Sushi Bar, Ten Star Pizza al and has the feeling of being at a friendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and The Cellar are all locate s home. The aroma meets d in Downtown District of Ardmo the Historic you at the door and wo nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t allow you to turn back. re. The Main Street area boa sts numerous businesses in restored bui ldings and is listed on the Pizza is the main attraction National Registry of Historical Places. Come dow but the menu entices you ntown to eat, shop or just with so much mo re. They offer appetizers and stroll and enjoy the friendly, relaxed atmosp some creative choices in sal here. Panini sandwiches. Even tho ads and ugh it is tempting, donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t ďŹ ll Edamame, An American up completely on the main course ; their des Sushi Bar, opened in Sep ser ts are not-to-be-missed. tember of 2010. This fro â&#x20AC;&#x153;mom and popâ&#x20AC;? business Save yourself for zen yogurt topped with ber offers patrons top notch qua ries or Ten Star Cheeseca lity at reasonable prices. They have the sus ke. They invite you to drop by at 109 E. Ma hi standards, like the Califor in and you may reach them nia or Philly Roll available, but the â&#x20AC;&#x153;regulars at 580-226-0101 or on the web at www.tens â&#x20AC;? at this establishment eat tarpizza.com. They are ope the original rolls like the Devilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Advocate n Tue-Sat from 11am-9pm. and the Hamachi Verde. Sushi is becoming more mainstream as people develop an education about The Cellar presents magni it. It is a common misnomer that Sus ďŹ cent meals and impeccabl hi is only raw food. Sushi is e ser vice and wil l rival any ďŹ ne dining experie really about the rice in the dishes and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Su nce. Located in a painstaki â&#x20AC;? in sushi is about the vinega ngly restored building, the upstairs houses r seasoning. Many of the proteins, such The Wine Depot which sel as shrimp, crab, lobster and ls wine and beer making supplies and where salmon, are indeed cooked classes are given. The dow nstairs, or the cellar, is the location of the restaurant. This cellar wa Residents of Ardmore and s once a par t of an underground tunnel used as surrounding towns are bec a path bet ween old hotels oming sushi fans and feel that Edamame and, if walls could talk, we would hear some is bringing big city ďŹ&#x201A;air to colorful tales. The archways the Arbuckles. Edamame features fresh ing are still visible as are the exposed brick walls. redients, daily specials and personal ser vice. The atmosphere is ver y cas ual and the dĂŠcor features The Cellar is open for lunch some local artist. Edamame is located and ser ves up a beautiful at 200 West Main in Ardmo array of salads and del icious soups. A glance at re and they may be reached at 580-223-233 the menu shows some ver 3. Currently Edamame is y original chefâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s creations in the line of san open for lunch Monday-Friday from 11amdwiches. In the evening, com 2pm & dinner Tuesday-Satu e for a distinct din ing experience and enjoy South rday from 5pm-9pm. ern Oscar Mignon, Grilled Angus Steak, Black and Black Blue Tuna, The Cellarâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lob A visit to Ten Star Pizza is ster and so much more. There are appetizers unlike any visit to a cookie and salads that are just as -cutter pizza joint. This recently-opened establ tempting and we havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t even mentioned ishment features a secret the desser ts. Just two wo family sauce recipe The that was per fected in east rds â&#x20AC;&#x201C; leave room! y also offer a Sunday brunch Dallas in the six tiesâ&#x20AC;Śand menu with brunch-only spe is carefully guarded. Cel cialties. The lar is located at 117 E. Ma in. Phone 580-223-4454 to reach them.

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