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Located in Tulsa's downtown Blue Dome District, Dilly Diner features the finest house made and farm to table cuisine. Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner inside the classic diner or out on the comfortable patio.
Walking into Dilly Diner, you are immediately greeted by the smell of fresh baked goods behind a glass case, well stocked by the diner’s master bakers, busily crafting all the pastries, pies, cakes and breads on the menu.
In true diner style, breakfast is available all day long. A local favorite is the breakfast burrito, featuring Fassler Hall's house made chorizo, farm fresh eggs and Monterey jack. Another favorite is the green eggs and ham, an open face sandwich built on a savory house made scone and featuring San Daniele prosciutto, farm fresh eggs and pesto. Order the delectable griddle cakes, peach cakes or Brioche French toast with maple syrup; and, if you're feeling particularly indulgent, go for the chocolate chip waffles or bananas foster French toast.
For a more continental style breakfast, pair up fresh squeezed orange juice or locally roasted coffee with a fresh house made cinnamon roll or the Dilly Daily Dough, a rotating selection of three homemade doughnuts.
Lunch at the diner includes standard fare like grilled cheese, a club sandwich, double cheese burger and Reuben, all served with a choice of fries, cottage cheese or chips. For something a bit different try one of the grilled chicken sandwiches, chicken manh di, featuring peanut cilantro slaw on a baguette, or the chicken and brie-peach compote, brie spread and arugula on focaccia. All the bread and meat between it on the lunch menu is house baked and cured in the kitchen. After 5pm, Dilly Diner offers several hearty entrées, including meatloaf, pork chops, local ribeye and roasted chicken. On the lighter side, try the pan roasted trout or charred cauliflower, a vegetarian delight featuring crispy beets and quinoa gremolata.
On weekend nights, stop by and enjoy a late night dinner at Dilly Diner. Be sure to check out the bar. In addition to a good selection of craft beer, the diner serves several traditional cocktails.
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