This iconic downtown diner serves up breakfast all day, and it’s open until 1 a.m. on the weekends, making it perfect for a late-night stop after a concert at the BOK Center or Cain’s Ballroom. There are cozy booths and plenty of natural lighting, so you get a lively environment when you eat there. The waiters are hip and fun, the service good, the food tasty. Their chicken and waffles, a Southern staple, are served up with sriracha. Check out their classic egg sandwich, the Meg, or their bagel and lox, served up with a nice portion of salmon, capers, onions and chopped egg. For those of you who like supporting local businesses, Dilly Diner gets their sausage from their neighbors at Fassler Hall. Eating there lets you benefit two local businesses, not just one. Pretty cool.
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