Situated on the corner of Dean St. and Atwells Ave., Al & Betty's doesn't look like much, even after you get a view inside of the interior, where the walls are decked in images of Sinatra and the Rat Pack. The menu, like the seating area, is small but packed full of standard brakfast choices like eggs benedict ($5.75), an assortment of omelettes ($5.75), and pancakes (starting at $5.50). This isn't gourmet cuisine, but it does fill you up in a hurry. Most breakfast are served with home fries and toast. The eggs benedict are delicious, with a homemade hollandaise sauce and eggs which leak yellow yolk which you can sop up with the English muffin it's served on. The omelettes are large and fluffy, made with three eggs and milk (I recommend the Italian omelette). The best part? You can be in and out in 20 minutes, 30 on a weekend.
While this isn't an extraordinary experience, it's breakfast the way I like it: simple, filling and fast.
Lunch is served all day until 3pm, as well.