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Not a member of Owassoism on Facebook are you? When it was being built somebody would ask almost everyday what was being built there. It as been open for a month or two. If you go, don't go at the normal meal times, you won't find a parking spot. Twice we've tried and both times we ended somewhere else. We went about 2:30 yesterday afternoon and the place only has three or four other guests. Chicken is better than KFC, but wasn't as juicy as Larry's.
Other Owasso news: O'reilly's is building a 2nd store on 116th street next to the Sonic. We will now have 2 O'reilly's.
Equipment One is building a new place across the street from Charlies Chicken.
Rumor has it Braums will build on 96th near TTCU.
1969 ForDor Thunderbird
2006 Dodge Charger (wifes car)
2000 Ranger Regular cab
2.5L with A/C backed up by the 5 speed manual, 2WD.
159,000+ on the clock.
There used to be a chalies chicken here in sapulpa, but it closed and advanced auto went in at the same location. It's not what I would call a traffic freindly location, since turning left into the parking lot isn't easy, and turning left out of the lot is nearly impossible.
I agree, the food at charlies is pretty good, but not good enough for me to drive 10+ miles to get to the closest location, unless I just happen to be going that direction.
Between the difficulty of entering/exiting the parking lot, and limited parking once you do manage to get in the lot, it's no wonder this location didn't survive for long. I can only wonder how long advanced will remain before looking to relocate. Maybe they are already working on relocating......
1980 F-150 300 I6, C6 & 9" rearend. The workhorse. 300K+
1974 F100 Ranger XLT 390, C6 3.25 axle. Dad bought it new, drove it over 500K. Now that he can no longer drive it came to me. Value: Priceless.
1983 Mazda RX7 1.1L Rotary. The show/autocross/toy. 231K
1995 Mazda B2300 (undercover Ford)
Nope, I dont do facebook. I do try to keep up with the owassoreporter online to see what's happening. Was surprised to not see any big announcements in the paper on Charlies chicken. FYI, i tried KFC for the first time in years, on Thursday. It's just not what it used to be when i was a kid in the '80s. sigh.
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