Susan and I treated ourselves to breakfast at the Blue Dome Diner downtown at 2nd and Elgin. This part of Tulsa is on the old Route 66 and was the heart of Tulsa in the 1920's when Tulsa was enjoying the oil boom. The downtown area fell into disuse as is true for a lot of cities, but is now being revitalized as an entertainment district.
This is only one of a number of good restaurants, bars, and music venues that are filling up the old storefronts again. It is a "happening place".
Cara is the business manager, waitress, assistant cook and all around sweetheart. She makes sure my coffee cup never runs low.
My son Luke is the chef, although that may be too fancy a term in a diner. We will say he is the head cook. He is a marvel to watch him moving non-stop, arms flying, flipping pancakes and mixing omelets. He is a pro.
Here is the best breakfast in town. An omelet with pork sausage and mushrooms, fried potatoes , and a small(?) side of walnut-blueberry pancakes. Luke decorated them with half a banana. Served with real butter, warm maple syrup, and a bottomless cup of black coffee. Sue had a mushroom and swiss cheese omelet and a side of biscuits and cream gravy. Heaven!