I have been several times and the food is good every time. It's not fancy but it is a no frills meal. Need somewhere to go and it's late, this is a good choice in mid-town.
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Cute dinner on Route 66! I got the Hawaiian chicken salad--super yummy, aside from a bit of limp browning lettuce (only a few pieces in the large salad) and over done chicken. The dressing and mango salsa was fantastic! The bread serves was soft and...More
We had a great time... Huge menu... Omlets, burgers, chicken fry, fries, onion rings.. Chicken n waffles. Onion rings are hand made, the burgers are amazing, grilled chicken...it was all great... Downside.. Felt rushed to order and eat. Wait was short.. Restroom clean.
Visited this place with my family. The service is outstanding! We especially weren't rushed being we arrived 45minutes before closing. We even got assistance to our vehicle in the rain.....w/kids. Kudos to Tally's!
We had lunch here. Big 50s themed place. Pretty standard Southern diner fare: chicken fried steak, fried green tomatoes and okra, etc. Everything was good, not fantastic. Generous portions.
We all did breakfast at this great diner site. On old Route 66 this cafe has great ambiance and perfect Rte 66 decor. Much bigger inside than it looks from the outside so although they were really busy they had room and we did not...More
The cafe inside is a must see. Looks and feels like an old time diner. We appeared to have a new waitress that left a lot to be desired. Took her 10 minutes to hand us our menus then asked us if we knew what...More
Went to Tally's for breakfast. I had remembered from my college days back, in the 1990s, how good Tally's cinnamon rolls were and wanted to return and see if they were still as good. They are. My 11 year son was impressed with the size...More