12/5/2002 - The diner on the airport is quite nice with its dining room overlooking the runway, but for a real treat you really have to walk down the driveway and across the street. you will find a sign that points down a path in the woods. Follow the bluebirds on the trees to the Bluebird Restaurant, gift shop, and toy museum. The trail is only about 200 yards long. The food is excellent, the atmosphere is delightful. the hours are a little weird so check their website for the hours of operation at: http://www.bluebird-farm.com/restaurant.html Click on DIRECTIONS for more complete instructions. If you have a lady-friend who won't fly with you because you never go anywhere interesting, This place will change her mind!
3/8/2011 - The diner @ KTSO is one of our favorite places, especially for breakfast. Good food, pleasant service, variety on menu, great prices, and ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL homemade pies! That photograph has nothing to do with the diner the restaurant on the field @ KTSO. It looks like the pathway to what I think is the Blue Bird restaurant across the street, through the woods, and down the hill - a lovely walk on a nice day, but we've never been able to get into the restaurant closed once, near closing time on another occasion on which we were treated rudely.
- Submitted by Lenore Collins
5/29/2011 - And don't forget about the PIE!!
- Submitted by Bryan
6/10/2012 - There are two dining options, the cafe by the ramp, and the Bluebird Restaurant a very short walk down the hill, in the county park. This is a beautiful park, with a museum, pre civil war barn, restaurant,etc. this is a very unique place to stop, don't miss it. Open everyday except Monday, 9am to 11pm.
- Submitted by Jeff
9/19/2012 - There are two choices to eat at KTSO. The Carroll County Airport restaraunt which is right on the field and known for their pie, and the Bluebird Hill restaraunt which is about 1000' walk down the trail. The bluebird is the better choice for lunch and dinner. Not open all days so check their hours 330-627-7980.
- Submitted by Tom