There's nothing fancy about this Midtown staple; it's simply been serving up consistently delightful breakfast dishes on the regular since the 1960s. The food is what some Southerners like to call "slap yo momma good," and the location in the middle of the University of Memphis doesn't hurt its popularity. The always-popular open-faced omelets, like the San Diegan—portobellos, tomatoes, bacon, green onions, feta, and cheddar drenched in sour cream—are served atop a generous portion of home fries, as well as with a side of cheese grits. Reservations aren't accepted, so get there before the masses do.