This darling breakfast spot, with its bright green walls decorated with an eclectic plate collection, is, in a word, awesome. First, you’ve got the location across from Chicago History Museum and the south end of Lincoln Park. Then you’ve got the huge menu with all the breakfast classics, like steak and eggs, corned beef hash, and biscuits and gravy, along with every griddle creation you can imagine, like waffles, French toast, pancakes, crepes, and blintzes, and add in helium-light omelets, skillets, and even a number of tasty healthy options, along with sandwiches and salads. And last, it’s open 24 hours, so it’s booming in the early morning with families, fills up mid-morning with kid-free couples, and late at night it draws in the post-bar-crawl patrons in need of beer-absorbing pancakes.