Ollie's Station Restaurant
Tulsa, OK 74107
Steeped in local history, Ollie’s is located at the famed Red Fork Corner, where the oil and railroad industries merged with Route 66. Fittingly, the food doesn't stray far from traditional, down-home favorites, but that doesn't make it any less satisfying – and the prices are easy on your wallet. Sample the Liver and Onions, the house specialty, or see if you are up to downing The Westside’s Pride – a 13-ounce sirloin that will challenge even the healthiest appetite. Ollie's has a "Mom and Pop" atmosphere with 10 trains, from G-scale to Z-scale, running the length ...
Dining Type: Casual Dining
Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Credit Cards Accepted
Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Group Rates Available, Private Dining Room, Seating Capacity: 175
Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-44, Route 66
Meals Served: Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
Located off I-244 on Route 66 between 33rd West Avenue exit and Southwest Blvd exit.
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Route 66 in Oklahoma connects two of Oklahoma's largest cities: Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Along this nostalgic 90-mile stretch you'll encounter remnants of the past, as well as unique attractions that are just as busy now as they were in the Mother Road's heyday.