Old rail car converted to diner, typical breakfast fare cooked right in front of your eyes, mostly counter seating, a few booths. Always a wait Saturday and Sunday mornings, crowded but a reasonable wait other mornings. Great place for 2 or 3 people to eat, groups any larger have a tough time sitting together and conversations at the counter between more than 3 people are difficult.
1516 W 2nd Ave
Same idea as Frank's Diner above except less seating (no booths) and a little further from town. Advantage over Franks is that there may be less of a line, if any, most mornings since it is not so close to downtown. Similar menu, similar prices, same outstanding food.
2909 N Market St
This is one of the north sides most popular places for breakfast, people feel that for what it lacks in atmosphere, it makes up for in quality and value.
804 W Garland
Breakfast on the South Hill, always busy but always a table ready for you. Atmosphere is average but service, price, and quality are great.
2918 S Grand Blvd
This might be my favorite; if you can find it, it might become yours too. Eat your breakfast in a typical diner and watch the small planes come and go, helicopters often land and take-off right outside your window, service is fast, mostly local customers who probably drink coffee and at least one meal there everyday. Located at Felts Field, north of Trent off of Fancher. Best Place to take one or two of the young kids for breakfast.
6105 E Rutter Ave
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