Oozing local-landmark status with its temperamental neon and Hopper-esque plate-glass window, this Ponce de Leon fixture is home to the roving human circus that keeps Ponce just ahead of the gentrification curve. It's also a favorite late-night sobering up stop for the young, hard-partying Highlands crowd. The dining room features a long narrow counter and small, comfortable booths. Service is always no-nonsense. This 24-hour diner features Southern-style short-order cooking, as well as traditional diner grub, sandwiches and icebox pies. Breakfast food and burgers are the most reliable dishes, and a pork chop and eggs with a pecan waffle and black coffee really does the trick after modest bingeing in the Highlands.