The Omelette Parlor has really great food, and offers a breakfast as well as a lunch menu. It's hard to choose between their specialty omelettes and specialty sandwiches, so we just order one of each and then share. Alcohol is served here, and the Bloody Mary's are excellent.
The restaurant is a converted home of a movie star from the early 1900's, and is very whimsical.
They close mid-afternoon, then the back half of the restaurant opens for the rest of the day - it is a bar that serves great burgers and sandwiches.
The Omeletter Parlor has pretty reasonable prices and the food is prepared fresh and made with the best ingredients.
Don't forget to grab a lollipop from the basket on your way out the door........