Protect your furniture from moisture with these amazing, durable waterstone coasters! They are freakishly absorbent for both hot and cold drinks, and the beautiful Tulsa in Ink artwork is fade resistant.
In 1979, Tally’s family sent him to Tulsa due to the civil war in Lebanon so that he could work for his cousins at Jamil’s Steakhouse and begin his college career at Oklahoma State University. Tally attended college in Stillwater during the week and worked at restaurants in Tulsa every weekend, which he continued after college.
In 1987, Tally noticed that a restaurant on Route 66 was for sale. Though it needed a lot of work, Tally knew there was something special about a diner as a uniquely American invention and decided to buy the business. It has since expanded, and there is now a second location in South Tulsa operated by Tally's son.
They are known for our big breakfasts and big entrees such as our Chicken-Fried Steak and Fat Boy cheeseburgers and if you go for breakfast, make sure to order a cinnamon roll!
Tulsa In Ink