Ruth’s Diner is not your grandma’s breakfast spot. OK, maybe it actually is since it’s been open since 1930, but the vibe is decidedly non-octogenarian. Built inside a renovated trolley car and located 20 minutes outside the city, the small indoor space means long waits, but they also have the area’s best fresh-air patio. Every meal starts just how Ruth (the original owner who has since passed away) used to make it: with a Mile High biscuit served with housemade fruit preserves. Pair the biscuits with benedicts featuring pulled pork or chicken fried steak, classic three-egg omelets, or banana walnut french toast.