Six-egg Philly cheesesteak omelet covered in queso.
Remember that name.
You’ll want to reference it tomorrow morning at Oy, a new place of oversize and absurdly elaborate versions of classic breakfast and lunch foods, now open in Vinings. (Here’s a damn-near-edible slideshow and a menu.)
This may or may not be the diner of your dreams. Guess it depends on how often you dream about all-day breakfasts, all-day lunches and an entire menu section devoted to tricked-out fries.
It’s a simple place. Lots of windows. A few booths and a bar that seats six. Some words painted on a wall extolling the virtues of pancakes and cookies and other magical things.
Maybe stop by early in the morning and procure the kind of precious protein that only a Triple Certified Angus Steak Burger with queso-covered fries can provide at 7am. (Though, pancakes could probably work in a pinch.)
Or swing by for a late lunch (which will actually be breakfast) with some colleagues. You’ll need as many of them as possible to assist with the challah french toast casserole. It’s got a buttery caramel sauce.
But it probably already had you at “french toast casserole.”