POPS

POPS 660 W Hwy 66
Arcadia, OK 73007

Phone: 405-928-7677
Toll Free: 877-266-7677
Fax: 405-233-2023
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A trip down historic Route 66 in Oklahoma isn't complete without a stop at the unique and colorful POPS. Located in Arcadia just east of Edmond, POPS is an iconic addition along the Mother Road. Its ultra-modern architecture of red rock and steel trusses is a draw for visitors from across the nation. A four-ton, 66-foot sculpture of a soda bottle covered in dazzling multi-colored LED lights in front of POPS can't be missed and pays tribute to the main attraction at POPS: over 600 kinds of soda. From berry soda to classic cola, POPS has it all. 

POPS ...

A trip down historic Route 66 in Oklahoma isn't complete without a stop at the unique and colorful POPS. Located in Arcadia just east of Edmond, POPS is an iconic addition along the Mother Road. Its ultra-modern architecture of red rock and steel trusses is a draw for visitors from across the nation. A four-ton, 66-foot sculpture of a soda bottle covered in dazzling multi-colored LED lights in front of POPS can't be missed and pays tribute to the main attraction at POPS: over 600 kinds of soda. From berry soda to classic cola, POPS has it all. 

POPS also features a gas station, and visitors can fill up their tanks before getting back on Route 66. Visitors can also fill up on food in the old-fashioned diner at POPS. Lunch and dinner are served daily, with delicious options such as salads, hamburgers and chicken fried steak. Breakfast is also served every weekend. Top off your meal with a hand-dipped ice cream milkshake, malt or float.  After a visit to POPS, you're guaranteed to greet Route 66 with a smile.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Credit Cards Accepted

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking

Day

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Sunday

6:00 am

10:00 pm

Monday

6:00 am

10:00 pm

Tuesday

6:00 am

10:00 pm

Wednesday

6:00 am

10:00 pm

Thursday

6:00 am

10:00 pm

Friday

6:00 am

10:00 pm

Saturday

6:00 am

10:00 pm

Restaurant open Mon-Fri 10:30am-9pm, Sat-Sun 7am-10:30pm.

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Marty Doepke




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From Evan Blatt on 05/30/14

POPS is an awesome place to visit. I usually plan trips during Spring, Summer, and Winter. The Soda's are excellent depending what you prefer. Names are outstanding and a lot of them can be down right funny. Food is fantastic I enjoy the classic way of sitting at a Diner eating my meal. The staff are awesome and I highly recommend it to anyone. Just make sure you have enough money to purchase items it's pricey since it being a tourist attraction.


From TravelOK.com Staff on 04/03/14

Lisa, POPS is a combination gas station, restaurant and soda ranch. One of the most popular things to do at POPS is to search through their 650+ flavors of soda and get some to go! You'll receive an empty six pack case that you can mix-and-match with unique sodas. It's very neat, and we hope you'll have the chance to experience it soon for yourself! Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From lisa on 04/02/14

what do you do here do you just eat with pop sourounding you or what


From Eric L. Davis on 10/18/13

I lived in Arcadia,Ok until 1973 when I moved to California..I come home every year and POPS is one of the places I visited every time I come home. My wife and I love POPS sodas and bring them home with us when we are there. I visited your website today to see if you shipped the sodas to other states, because I was hoping to order a couple of six packs. We purchased 2 six packs in September this year and we are down to 3 bottles now. We are very careful not to drink them up too soon. Have you ever thought about offering them online to ship out of state? Please let me know. Thank you. See you the next time I am in Arcadia..GREAT SODA...THE BEST...


From Becka on 05/14/12

This place is definitely one to visit! I just found out about it this past week, and I have already been twice since. I live 3 hours away... but the drive is absolutely beautiful, and well worth it for the food and all the choices of soda! There service is amazing, and their hand pressed burgers are fantastic! I found out today that they have hand dipped ice cream shakes... guess what I'm getting next time! This is definitely a wonderful place to visit!


From Tiffany on 06/27/11

POPS is Tops! The food in their cafe is great. The service is fab. Then you get to shop the wall o pop. They have old favorites, classics, and some fun new ones in the long wall of coolers. You can build your own 6 packs. It is so fun, and you can bring a little of the fun home with you!


From linda martin on 05/18/11

I loved visiting Pops I actually found my all time pop since I was a kid.


From alicia mcfarlin on 09/03/10

It was AMAZING!!!! They have so many different drinks there and the atmosphere was just great and over all a wonderful place to go!!!!


 
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