Another of Tulsa’s Route 66 eateries, Tally’s Cafe retains the ‘50s-style diner motif, complete with red-and-silver tables, old-fashioned booth seating, and black-and-white tiled floor. The staff is hard working and always ready to give diners a refill on their coffee. And of course, the food is also excellent in taste, and reasonably priced. Try the Smart Bomb, which is a large dish of hash browns with diced ham, bacon, sausage, beef, onion, green peppers, jalapenos, mushrooms, tomatoes and cheese topped with two eggs and served with toast. It’s not what we’d call calorie-friendly, but it’s worth a splurge once in a while. They have more than 100 dishes and are known for big breakfasts and big entrees such as the chicken-fried steak and Fat Boy cheeseburgers.
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