The Lone Wolf is worth the wait - and you probably will have to wait a while. The restaurant is tiny, maybe 10 or 15 tables. The food has a very slight southwest theme, but don't worry - no Tex-Mex. I've only gone for breakfast, but they also serve lunch, and once in a while - dinner. The home fries are crispy and spicy, the challah bread french toast is sooo good - crispy on the edges, chewy custardy on the inside and comes in a gigantic portion. The soy sausage is also really good, in fact I prefer it to the pork sausage. They offer a lot of specialty omelettes, but their style of omelettes are almost like crepes in that the egg is very very thin and fillings are rolled up inside. There are a few with Mediterranean-themed ingredients that are superb. Love the atmosphere, it's a great place to go out for a fancy breakfast.