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Norma’s Café to reduce prices for 58th anniversary

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Norma’s Café, the casual diner that opened in Oak Cliff almost 60 years ago, had no idea it would become such an icon for the Dallas community. Following its success, Norma’s Cafe has never failed to offer its guest great deals, fundraisers, and even free goodies (National Pie Day, anyone?) So with its 58th anniversary around the corner, Norma’s Café is announcing their next event.

Norma’s Café will be reducing the prices on three of its classic dishes to $1.79! Yep, under two bucks. Guest will have the opportunity to dine at 1950’s prices. This offer will begin on Tuesday, June 24, beginning at 10:30 a.m. at all three of its locations.

Plates included are chicken fried steak, meatloaf, and chicken and dressing. Each dish will be accompanied by fresh green beans and homemade mashed potatoes – only while supplies last!

“Norma’s Café wouldn’t be where we are today without the loyalty of our guests, and reducing our prices is a simple way to say thank you,” Ed Murph, owner of Norma’s Café said.


Norma’s Café in North Dallas – 17721 N. Dallas Parkway #130

Norma’s Café in Oak Cliff – 1123 W. Davis St.

Norma’s Café in Frisco – 8300 Gaylord Parkway #19



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