This eatery opened in 1933, though the building itself is older. Its history (conveyed by hardwood floors, tin ceilings, exposed-brick walls, and black and white photos) gives it character. Yet, character alone isn't what has kept this spot in business so long. It's the signature cinnamon rolls and a cup of coffee with a friend. It's a family gathering for a hearty breakfast of eggs Benedict, blueberry hotcakes, or a green chile-cheddar omelet. And it's co-workers enjoying a salmon Caesar salad, grilled turkey croissant panini or hickory bacon burger before shuffling back to work.