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Norma’s Cafe Turns 63 Years Old

And they're celebrating with $1.79 dishes.
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Norma’s Cafe has been around for 63 years. That’s longer than most restaurants in Dallas. In honor of this milestone, they’re celebrating with $1.79 dishes. The offer is for today, June 24.

Here’s what the restaurant has to say:

We will be rolling back our prices to the 1950s for three of our menu favorites: chicken-fried steak, chicken and dressing, and meatloaf at all five of our current locations. Each dish will come with fresh green beans and homemade mashed potatoes. All for $1.79 so come early and hungry.

If you’d like to know more about the history of Norma’s Cafe, then check out this fun and informative story by Sarah Bennett.

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