Tulsa's Hard Rock Hotel and Casino is now boasting a retro diner.
The Highway 66 Diner will feature everything you would expect a 50's diner to have, including a jukebox, checkered floor and 50's attire.
The diner will be open 24 hours a day and is located next to the buffet in the center of the casino.
"This is a 50's diner with a Hard Rock twist," said Paul Jarrell, senior director of food and beverage at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa. "The working jukebox plays 100 tunes from more than 1,000 CDs between the 1940's and the 1980's. It's a fun, rocking and rolling place."
The menu will offer a plethora of options, such as breakfast all day, burgers, hot dogs, macaroni and cheese and sandwiches.
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