This classic diner is plastered with photos of Monroe, Nixon, and local notables past and present in a succession of brightly painted rooms with funky chandeliers. The kitchen dishes up typical grease-pit breakfast favorites (no matter the hour), with oversized omelets that come with biscuits, toast, or English muffins, plus a choice of grits or tomatoes. The restaurant also has good hangover eats, but don't expect anything exceptional (besides the location and the rock-bottom
prices). It's open 24 hours—even during hurricanes, as long as the power holds out.
1410 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33301, United States