Tuttle was established in 1906 and developed as an agricultural community along the Chisholm Trail.
What to Do
Take a stroll down shopping row on the historic Main Street of Tuttle and pick out a cool keepsake or unique gift from Flower Boutique. Established in 1972, this local flower shop and gift shop boasts a frilly, flowery atmosphere and offers a charming assortment of custom gift items. Conveniently located next door to Movie Central, you will find everything here from unique accessories and crafty home décor to Made in Oklahoma scented candles, skincare products and spiritwear! Or find a one of a kind treasure at Lit’r Knot Plantation Antiques, a small antique store that is owned and operated by a mother-daughter duo. The pair’s passion for antiques has become a dream as they share their interests for vintage items, repurposed furniture, quilts, western décor and more with guests from all over!
Where to Eat
Try out this itinerary featuring a day of meals to remember in Tuttle. Nothing’s better in the morning than the taste of homemade donuts and a warm cup of coffee. Stop by this hotspot donut stop on your trek into town to indulge in a sugar glaze of morning joy!
For lunch, head to Pizza 360 where it's always a pizza party! A true bang for your buck, this place offers a $5 All-You-Can-Eat Pizza and Salad Bar Buffet. Be sure to try slices of the local fave - the specialty Chicken Bacon Alfredo and Chocolate Chip Dessert Pizzas.
What’s for dinner? As the locals would say, “Lupita's Everytime”! Served with the friendliest of faces, Lupita's Restaurant features great food at good prices. With friendly staff and excellent meal choices, it is no wonder their customers keep coming back for more. While you are there, be sure to try their famous sweet tea. It may not be fine dining, but it tastes soooo good!
Established in 1906, Tuttle developed as an agricultural community and was named after a local pioneer rancher and Choctaw by marriage, James H. Tuttle. This old Chisholm Trail town is located in a low-lying river basin along the South Canadian River about thirty minutes southwest of Oklahoma City, at the junction of State Highway 37 and 92. It is part of the rapidly developing Tri-City area, along with its neighbors, Newcastle and Blanchard. Boasting the best of three worlds, this trifecta of towns offers visitors a chain of small town charms with a convenient channel to an uber urban scene - that of O-K-C. And, as you see painted across the water tower, Tuttle is also the home to Jason White, the former Heisman trophy-winning quarterback for the University of Oklahoma Sooners in 2003.