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About Us

The new Lucille’s Roadhouse has been a part of the western Oklahoma Route 66 tradition since 2006.  We believe we serve the finest food for the hungry traveler in western Oklahoma. If you are traveling Old Route 66, this is the ideal place to stop for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and take home a souvenir from our Lucille’s gift shop.

Our restaurant features three seating areas to fit your mood and a new meeting room for your meetings and events. The first area takes you back to the malt shops and diners of the 1950's. Next, is our luxurious steak house serving the best beef steaks, sandwiches, and house specialties.  If you need a place to relax or have a quiet evening out with associates, try our lounge area and enjoy one of our premium Oklahoma handcrafted beers on tap.

Our meeting room provides you a private, separate dining area which we will arrange to your needs.  The room includes the latest technology to make your event successful.  The full features include:  wireless microphones, in-ceiling amplified speakers, multilevel lighting control, and four 70" HDTV's with satellite television reception, VGA, HDMI, and composite video inputs.  We also offer several catering menus that include appetizer, entree, dessert, and drink for a value price.

Our daily menu caters to everyone with many selections to choose from like the premium burgers, beautiful steaks, our gorgeous Paradise Salad, and Hand Breaded Chicken Fried Steak.  Feel like something different?  Try Lucille’s Jalapeno Chicken Bites.  Ask our servers for many more recommendations.

 We are located on the east side of Weatherford along Interstate 40. From I-40 Exit 84, we are just north of the interstate next to the Fast Lane Travel Plaza and the Holiday Inn Express.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The History of Lucille's

The original Lucille’s station was built in 1927. Lucille and Carl Hamons purchased the station and motor courts on Route 66 near Hydro, Oklahoma in 1941. The station was truly a family business. The living quarters and the business were in the same building.

Three children were born to Lucille and Carl. Their names were Delphia Dene, Carl Jr., and Cheryl. The construction of the interstate highways was a crushing economic blow to towns and businesses, which derived their livelihood from the highway travelers. With the decision by the State of Oklahoma to put up fences along the highway to block off access to the interstate except at desig- nated locations, the Hamons family struggled with the decision of whether to stay open for business.

In 1992, the 66th anniversary of Route 66, the Oklahoma Route 66 Association gave Lucille Hamons a special recognition plaque for her 51 years in business. In July of 1997, a book signing party was organized by Mrs. Hamons’ family to announce Lucille had become an author of her biography, Lucille: Mother of the Mother Road.In the spring of 1998, the Oklahoma Historical society voted to put the Hamons’ station on the National Register of Historic Places.

By September of 1999, Lucille had received the highest award in her state. The Oklahoma Route 66 Association inducted her into the Oklahoma Route 66 Hall of Fame. Her award plaque is in a special display along with the other outstand- ing Oklahomans at the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton.

Lucille Arthurs Hamons passed away in her home in August of 2000. She had remained in her home and her business along the shoulder of Route 66 for 59 years. She enjoyed the many visitors who traveled Route 66 to her doorway. She never got tired of sharing her stories on America’s main street.