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Norma's is a little Oak Cliff diner where the popular biscuits and gravy and chicken-fried steak are on par with the friendly, veteran servers. This joint is replete in typical greasy-spoon trappings: counter service, vinyl booths, regulars on a first-name basis and a bountiful menu. If you're all by your lonesome on Thanksgiving, stop by for a free dinner with all the trimmings. Just don't arrive at this Norma's location thinking it has the smoking section the Belt Line outpost does. It's Dallas, not Addison.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Texas Chicken Fried Steak Day is upon us. Today is the one day you can indulge without guilt, as it is clearly a national holiday that should be celebrated. Because America. Se... More »
Since 1956, Norma's Cafe has been serving hearty meals and Mile-High Cream Pies to Dallasites hankering for a little home-cooked goodness. This Thursday, June 21, they celebrate their 56th anniversary... More »
It's almost arrived. After months of anticipation, your artery walls will finally get to celebrate Texas Chicken Fried Steak Day tomorrow. Norma's Cafe is getting in on the action. If you eat there ... More »
Put your money where your mouth is. Various Dallas eateries are supplying food and drink for a cause. Read on for details of this week's charitable happenings. The place: Texas Motor Speedway/Asphal... More »
As a countdown to the Dallas Observer's "Best of Dallas" 2010, City of Ate is serving up 100 of the favorite dishes we crave, savor and hope to scarf down again soon. These dishes are in no particular... More »
I really enjoy the food, It feels like eating at home ! no ther places does everything from scratch like Norma's!!
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When you consider "home-style" food, it can be blue-plate or family-style, but something about it has to place you back in Mom's/Granny's kitchen (not the other rooms where there were creepy paintings and random chores to be done), strategizing how best to eat another roll, another spoonful of starchy side and still have room for pie. Norma's has been around since 1956, and the recipes taste as though they haven't much changed. The open-faced roast beef sandwich is slow-cooked like it would... More »
Norma's Café, which has been open since 1956, has everything you'd hope for in a diner: bar stools and booths upholstered in cherry red, breakfast served all day and a waitstaff that greets you like family. That's the thing at Norma's: It pretty much is family. It's the sort of place where customers come every single day, where the waitress doesn't even have to ask some of the regulars what they want. You really can't go wrong at Norma's (if you like 1950s-era diner food), but try the... More »
"We eat here every Friday because Norma's is Oak Cliff," said businessman and community activist Ralph Isenberg. Norma's is that and much more. It's an archetypal Southern breakfast and lunch spot, a place that feels familiar from the first visit, and, best of all, it's a living time capsule of a long-gone Dallas. Opened in 1956, Norma's has defied modernization. As a result, the effect is that of having ventured into one of the black-and-white photographs that crowd the walls. As you... More »
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