If you ever find yourself anywhere near Oklahoma City, check out Pops, a combination gas-station, cafe, shake shop and “soda ranch.”
Just a short 30-minute drive from Oklahoma City, this roadside oddity shrugs-off the historic Rt. 66 dust and beckons tourists with a gleaming steel and glass building. A 66-foot-tall soda bottle sculpture (illuminated at night with LED lights) stands post out front — a monument to the store’s offering — a selection of more than 600 types of soda pop.
Last March , we brought you news of a smart little device that sits on your plate and elevates your burger just above bun-drenching goodness that can escape from a juicy burger.
Created by a group of friends, Burger Lift got its startup funding via Kickstarter. The project handily exceeded its goal, with 208 backers pledging more than $11,000. Burger Lifts went into mass production in November of 2014. Here’s where they are now…
Burger Lift Update
[by the Burger Lift Team, Oct 2015] Burger Lift is growing and we are lifting more and more buns every single day! Since the completion of our Kickstarter campaign Continue reading Save Your Buns!
Note: The address is Albuquerque, but it’s a bit past the city’s west side. Look for Exit 140 W (Rio Puerco) or —- E. Do not rely on your GPS to find this! It is in one of those infamous New Mexico alien zones or something.
Quick Take: Tasty, hot, and fresh. Not necessarily fast, but the hand-shaped burgers are cooked to order. Relax and do some people watching while you wait.