We had lunch here and it was just fine. Not great, just good average food at a fair price. Service was good and we had a nice meal.
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Big menu--friend and I split a hamburger and fries for lunch and it was plenty. We were thrift store/resale shopping and everyone told us to go here for a quick lunch. It reminded me of many places I went to as a kid, of course...More
Neat little diner off of Rte 66. We got there at 11:30 and the place was busy, although we managed to get a table right away! I ordered the Elvis burger and my friend ordered a bacon cheeseburger and they were good! It was such...More
Went for lunch on a weekend, It was busy but Café is much larger than it looks from the outside. Menu is a tri-fold and printed on both sides. So many items to choose from, and breakfast is served all day. We ordered the "Country...More
Stopped in for dinner while staying at an airport hotel. Food was good, portions were huge, and price was great. Two of us ate for around $30 including an appetizer and two soft drinks. Staff was friendly and attentive. Definitely an interesting place to stop.
We visited Tally's while exploring Rte 66 in Tulsa. It looks like an old fashioned diner, but the food is definitely updated in quality, taste, and size. The chicken fried chicken sandwich was as big as my head! Everything was delicious and the service was...More
Old fifties style diner with breakfast, lunch and dinner options along with full bar. Booths, tables and pub sty I Ordered the Boneless Chicken which comes with two sides . Wide variety of choices on sides. I went with spinach and okra. Chicken was VERY...More
The cafe is an authentic 50's style dinner. The server told me the owner went to California to get the decor. I had a smoked turkey sandwich. The meat was fresh carved from the smoker in the back. My husband had a roast beef dinner...More
Went for breakfast. Got the breakfast special:ham sausage and bacon. All were cold. Could have dealt with that issue but fried eggs had more lace from improper cooking temp than egg. Then on to hash browns that were stuck together and cold as hell. Ok,...More