This 1950s-style diner offers breakfast all day. The interior here is bright red and checkered, with dozens of black and white photos and golden era memorabilia covering the walls. Big, comfy, red vinyl booths and small tables are filled with everyone from rockabilly youth to cell phone-gabbing suits.
Went here for brunch with my family, we all ordered eggs benedict and were very impressed. There's a bit too much cream cheese in the Sunshine Benny (cream cheese, mushrooms, tomatoes, bacon if I remember) but everything else was perfect - good hollandaise sauce, LOTS of mushrooms, good portion sizes. Much better than the eggs benny I've had at Tomato down the street.
I don't know about any of the other food, but I'll probably be back just for the Benedict.
This is where I usually go for weekend brunch. Usually a bit of a wait on weekends as expected. I've never been disappointed with any of the eggs bennys. Portions don't look that big but always end up very filling! French toast with strawberries & whip, always a nice treat. Chicken burger are good too! Food is always FRESH n HOT! Only one bad experience with their coffee... i think they must have brewed the same pot twice or three time... eek!
This is not a cheap breakfast joint but I'm a big sucker for diner style restaurants so this is right up my alley!