No. 4 TALAHINA
Pam’s Hateful Hussy Diner
304 Dallas St.
Don’t let the name fool you—the folks behind the counter at Pam’s are anything but hateful. Colorful? Sure! But what’s a foodie road trip without a few surprises along the way? After you’ve peeped the views on the famous Talimena Scenic Byway, head to Talihina for lunch at this Choctaw Country staple—quirky writings on the wall, service that feels like family, and all.
What you’re getting:
Grab an old-fashioned burger for some true road trip fare. Pam’s beckons to the roadside stands of yesteryear, meaning it’s the perfect balance of short-order special and greasy spoon delight. Feeling brave? Try the diner’s namesake, The Hateful Hussy Chicken Sandwich. Careful, though—this hussy has a little kick to her…
Mosey down the street once you’re finished for a homemade milkshake from Treats & Treasures. The old-fashioned soda counter’s been dishing ‘em up to locals and visitors alike since the 1950s.