Grand Lake Area


Clanton’s Café – around since 1927 – Casual dining in a relaxed and historic atmosphere

The Chuck Wagon Restaurant – the interior depicts a street scene from the 1800’s

Summerside Winery’s Bistro – Dine in the vines


The Tom Mix Museum – You have to be a little long in the tooth to appreciate this history

Please let me know if you have a great experience somewhere and I will add it to the list


Will Rogers Museum in Claremore – about 22 miles from Adair

J.  M.  Davis Arms & Historical Museum in Claremore – about 22 miles from Adair


Bank Shot Sports Grill – 918-396-7900

Brown Cow Grill – 918-396-0579

Mac’s Barbeque – 918-396-4165

Wineries in the Grand Lake Area

Summerside Vineyards & Winery – Vinita, Oklahoma 888-508-9463  

Oak Hills Winery – Chelsea, Oklahoma 918-789-9463  

Blue Coyote Winery – Adair, Oklahoma 918-785-4727  

Gander Way Vineyards & Winery – Skiatook, Oklahoma 918-245-0516  

Roberdes Family Vineyards & Winery – 918-342-1038  CLOSED

Tulsa and south


Too many things to list – checkout for a pretty good list of places for dining and accommodations

Broken Arrow

BA is about 25 minutes Southeast of Downtown Tulsa and has many attractions


Just south of Oral Roberts University is the south end of the River walk and has many upscale eating and shopping opportunities

Wineries in the Tulsa Area

Whispering Vines Vineyards & Winery – Tulsa, Oklahoma - 918-231-7928  

Girouard Vines – Tulsa, Oklahoma – 918-706-5520 Open Thursdays 5 to 8pm  

Lavender Hill Farm Vineyard & Winery – Haskell, Oklahoma – 918-482-2336  

Stone Bluff Cellars – Haskell, Oklahoma – 918-482-5655  

Nuyaka Creek Winery – Bristow, Oklahoma – 918-756-7568