Virtually every small town in America has a downtown storefront cafe where the local folks gather and eat. I drove into Tahlequah to the Cherokee Square at 8 a.m. and immediately sighted this place, directly across from the Cherokee Capitol. It was the perfect spot for Breakfast.
The service was fast and friendly; the breakfast was inexpensive and hearty, and the ambiance was comfortable and welcoming. I will definitely eat at the Boom-A-Rang Diner again when I am in Tahlequah.
Big Pizza Buffet is next door to the Super Inn & Suites and was recommended to me by the people there. I walked over from my room and had dinner.
The restaurant offers a buffet of salad, pizza and a few related items. Frankly, it was far from being the best pizza I have ever eaten, but it was convenient and the price was right, at only $3.95, plus drink, tax and tip. A trio of teenage boys at the table next to mine were stuffing themselves as only growing boys can do. If you have hungry boys in your house this may be a good place to fill them up. It's not the kind of place you go for a fine meal.
Favorite Dish: There were a variety of dishes on the buffet, including meat, vegetable and fruit pizzas. The salad offerings were basic.