Revisit The Glory Days Of America’s Main Street At This Oklahoma Diner

Take a walk down memory lane as you revisit The Mother Road at Lucille’s Roadhouse in Weatherford. This charming dining establishment is filled with Route 66 memorabilia, and for over a decade, has been feeding travelers delicious food and taking them back to the glory days of America’s Main Street. It’s housed in the original Lucille’s Gas Station that began in 1927, with the addition of more space. Lucille’s has been known as the Mother of the Mother Road and it not only a staple restaurant but one that’s filled with history.

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Isn’t this place just the cutest? If you’re interested in eating at Lucille’s, check out their website for more information.

If you’ve spent much time in Weatherford, Oklahoma, you’ve probably heard about the ghost story of Mrs. James. Local legend claims that Mrs. James haunts the road around Deer Creek in the small unincorporated community near Weatherford in Custer County. Click here to learn more about this story and the haunted road you don’t want to miss driving on in this small town.