Original owners, Bill and Darrell Bowen, founded Brownies Hamburger Stand at 2130 S. Harvard in 1957. And when Tulsa’s beloved Brownies needed new owners who understood the importance of continuing the storied tradition, Dusty and Debra Oakley took over after two previous sets of owners tried to replicate the magic of the Bowens.The Oakleys also still make the burgers on the flattop grill with the onions fried into the patty, the same as Bill and Ed did. People used to say you got your burger their way, but now you can get lettuce and tomato on your burger. They cut the fries fresh every day in the restaurant and call them freedom fries. The Bowens changed the name during the Gulf War when France wouldn’t let U.S. planes cross their airspace, and they never changed it back. And with their excellent old-fashioned prices as well as their old-fashioned cooking, you will always satisfy your belly and your budget. Get the amazing onion rings or cheesy freedom fries with your meal. And never forget to get a piece of meringue pie and the one-of-a-kind, bottomless homemade root beer.
– Waterstone coaster – Freakishly absorbent from hot or cold drinks. – Protects furniture from moisture damage. – Printed designs are durable and fade resistant.
To clean your coasters, prepare a solution of 3 parts hot water (not boiling) and 1 part bleach. Soak the coasters overnight. Rinse, lay flat with the cork-side up and allow to air dry. This process may be repeated to remove stubborn stains such as coffee, wine and cola.