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SIX PENCE PUB
1121 Main St. 828/295-3155
HOURS: Sun.-Thurs. 11:30 A.M.-10:30 P.M. Fri.-Sat. 11:30 A.M.-midnight (bar open daily until 2 A.M.)
This traditional English pub is a local favorite. The cold pints and pub grub ($10-18)bangers and mash, shepherds pie, pot roast, and fish-and-chipsand super service make up for the cramped quarters. The setting is raucous enough for groups looking for a night on the town and a great option for solo travelers who want to chat up the bartender while sipping a pint.
146 Greenway Ct. 828/295-3769,
HOURS: Tues .-Sun. 8 A.M.-2:30 P.M.
Follow the stone path beside Kilwin’s Chocolates to the Village Cafe. Built in 1907, the home is on the National Register of Historic Places and served as the residence of artist and writer Elliott Daingerfield, a craft co-op, a community center, and a library before becoming a restaurant in 1990. The menu offers a selection of breakfast and lunch items ($8-15) like fresh fruit, omelets, cured-salmon Benedict, Belgian waffles, Canadian bacon, and Swiss crepes, making it almost impossible to choose between a light bite and a sinful indulgence. The best tables in the house are outside on a patio that overlooks the expansive gardens. It’s a popular spot for brunch; reservations are recommended.
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A walk of thirty miles, while theoretically achievable in a Tulsa Metro Map single day by any fit and experienced walker with sufficient daylight at their disposal, is a mammoth Tulsa Metro Map undertaking, especially if – as is the case on this walk – there is a lot of up-and-down work to do. You need at least ten hours to complete the task, so it is best to avoid the winter months. You need a fine day: not only will bad weather make it a much tougher task, but you won’t appreciate the beautiful surroundings if it’s pouring with rain. You need to wear a good stout pair of comfortable walking shoes or boots, and wear sensible, comfortable clothing. You should start out with adequate supplies of food and drink, not to mention blister pads and plasters, and should not rely on pubs, shops or tearooms being open or available when you want them. You should also have some sort of back-up available should it become clear that you are not going to complete the walk within the day; it would certainly be prudent, for instance, to carry with you a mobile phone and numbers of local taxi firms.