Just a short ride off
Route 66 on Hwy 16 in Bristow is TR’s Diner and
In addition to the
traditional fare of burgers, chicken or steak finger baskets, fries and
onion rings -- home cooking and fresh baked pies are what TR’s Diner is known for.
Monday’s special is brown
beans and ‘taters (not ‘potatoes’, they tell me), cornbread and if desired,
a side of onion. Saturday is chicken fried chicken breast.
Desserts include, among
other flavors, choice of lemon cream or lemon meringue pie, coconut cream
or coconut meringue pie and BIG brownies.
You can dine inside or enjoy
your meal out on the wrap around deck to savor the cool breezes and
scenery. As soon as licensing goes through, you’ll also be able to have
Snuggled in an oversized aquarium
on the deck is Wilderness Safari’s fourteen foot python to give you a BIG
welcome. “PSSSST” Visit my friends at Wilderness Safari”, she’ll hiss.
Before or after dinner at
TR’s Diner, be sure to take a stroll through the
Wilderness Safari to view the exotic animals, some of which are on the
endangered species list.
Larry, the owner and
animal caretaker will give you a guided walking tour through the animal
park to view a variety of monkey species, alligators, porcupine, camels, parrots,
large vultures, and more with a personalized tale about each one that will
captivate the heart.
Monkey George will smile
on request and the rabbit-deer-antelope-like animal is darling to behold
whether resting like this one or bounding across their pen lawn.
So, have your car or
biker club take a ride on the wild side and spend an afternoon walking
through Wilderness Safari and enjoying a meal at TR’s
Call Wilderness Safari
for information on hours and admission, (918) 367-3502.