Bassmaster: Grand Lake
BY SCOTT CHERRY World Scene Writer
Thursday, February 21, 2013
2/21/13 at 6:53 AM
Bassmaster Classic coverage: Read preview stories, take a Google Earth video tour of Grand Lake and watch interviews with the competitors.
Some businesses are
closed for the winter
season, but for those
visiting the Grand Lake area
this weekend, here are a few
restaurants and attractions.
574 W. Third St., Grove; 918-787-8689
Has 1950s diner setting and varied
menu. The Torpedos (jalapeno-cheddar
tortillas) are monsters.
32750 S. 620 Road, Grove;
Something for everyone in store
located 1½ miles south of Honey
720 S. Main St., Grove; 918-786-4455
Colorful coffeehouse located in old
home with excellent sandwiches,
soups and desserts.
DARRYL STARBIRD’S NATIONAL ROD &
CUSTOM CAR HALL OF FAME
55251 E. Highway 85A, Afton;
Normally opens in March, but will be
open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday-Sunday
to accommodate visitors. Has 51
spectacular custom cars under roof.
Cost $8 adults, $5 ages 8-12.
562 W. Third St., Grove; 918-786-9469
Big breakfasts a hit at this traditional
RED DOOR GALLERIA
8027 Highway 59, Grove; 918-786-9700
Antiques, collectibles and home
SHANGRI-LA GOLF CLUB, RESORT &
Monkey Island; 918-257-4204
Enjoy fine dining at The Summit
Restaurant or relax at the Buffalo Bar
after a round of golf.
2610 N. Third, Langley; 918-782-9855
Fine dining in 100-year-old farmhouse.
2530 S. Main St., Grove; 918-786-7722
Say hello to Jake the macaw when
you enter this island-themed, casual
restaurant overlooking the water
near Honey Creek Bridge. Courtesy
boat slips available.
Monkey Island; 918-257-5569
Fun dinner spot where “the weekend
starts on Wednesdays and ends on
THE VINTAGE ROOSTER
8021 N. Highway 59, Grove; 918-787-
Finer antiques and collectibles.
ZENA SURI ALPACAS
35401 S. 580 Road, Jay; 804-389-2579
Have an up-close and personal
meeting with an alpaca. Gift shop
has alpaca products.
The Parrot diners have a view of the cove at Honey Creek LandingMarina. JAMES GIBBARD/Tulsa World
Sailboat Bridgestretches overGrand Lake inGrove. Manybusinesses onGrand Lake areclosed for thewinter season,but visitorscan still findrestaurants andattractions tocheck out thisweekend.MIKE SIMONS/Tulsa World