Though this venerable neighborhood cafe, with fruit-crate labels adorning the walls and tabletops has expanded its menu and hours, and added beer and wine—all in response to customer requests— breakfast and lunch are still its stock in trade. You can get all the standards—pancakes, French toast, omelets, scrambles—as well as a breakfast quesadilla or burrito. The gourmet breakfast sausages are the stars of the menu, ranging from maple breakfast and mild chicken apple sausages to classic pork links and spicy Cajun andouille. A vast variety of big salads shares the bill with pastas, hearty sandwiches and a few beef and chicken plates, including burgers, for other meals, no matter what time of day you want to eat them. Unfortunately, prices that once were flat-out bargains have crept up, but they are still reasonable by Santa Monica standards.