Arcadia, Oklahoma: Pops - World's Largest Pop BottleRecent addition to Route 66, with a huge, light-up sign-bottle and a store full of pop.
- Hwy 66, Arcadia, OK
- I-35 exit 141 (2nd St./Edmond), then drive six miles east on Hwy 66.
- The bottle glows at night. (Call to verify)
Visitor Tips and News About Pops - World's Largest Pop Bottle
Our family of 5 had a good meal and appreciated the giant light up soda bottle and yummy burgers. But for us the best part was perusing the hundreds of varieties of soda in the store. They have any kind of soda you can think of, from different parts of the country and the world. Our favorite finds were the Bacon soda and Buffalo Wing soda.[Amy Cueva, 08/23/2012]
This place will become an institution. It's a totally unexpected sight just after the big old 1890s Round Barn! We stopped in on a Route 66 drive in our old Corvette and the place was packed on the Thursday before Memorial Day. Dublin Dr. Pepper is no longer, so what they have is all there is, so if that's your thing, you better get there. The food and service were really good![JC, 05/28/2012]
We're in OKC for four months doing some training for the federal government, and Pop's has been where we've dragged all of our guests out to. You'll be hard pressed to find a wider variety of American-made sodas, although their international selection isn't very wide. It's sorted into coolers according to variety (root beers, strawberry, cherry, blueberry, orange, cream soda, ginger, cola, and so on) and the selection is constantly rotating, so if you're looking for a particular one you might want to call ahead to make sure they have it. The trip is worth it even if they don't. They also keep a Top 20 cooler that has a lot of regional favorites for ex-pats -- Cheerwine, Moxie, Dublin Dr. Pepper.
The food is surprisingly good, particularly the buffalo burger. Oklahomans know their way around a grill.
One warning: if you're planning on coming on a weekend, be prepared for a wait for the food and to fight your way through a crowd at the coolers. Even in winter, weekends pack this place to the gills.[Brendan R., 03/19/2011]
Pops is a gas station/convenience store/restaurant, conveniently located off Route 66 in Arcadia, OK. It is home to Bubbles, the World's Largest Bottle of Pop.
Not only does Pops offer over 500 refrigerated varieties of soda, allowing you to make your own 6-pack (for around $12), but they also have a restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The hamburgers and hand-dipped ice cream milk shakes make for a satisfying and delicious meal. Pops also has a large outside courtyard where you can sit and sip your soda.[Patty Acevedo, 08/03/2009]
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