There was the Mexican omelet ($8.50) with chorizo, jalapenos, cheddar cheese and salsa.
There was the Irish skillet ($8.95) with corned beef, hash browns, onions, peppers and three eggs, topped with hollandaise sauce and served with toast or two pancakes.
There there was country eggs Benedict ($9.25), a fresh take on one of my favorites with two poached eggs on an English muffin with southern sausage patties and gravy.
Or there was the odd, eggs in the hole ($7.25). It's explained as two slices of bread, with holes cut in them and filled with egg, that gets grilled and topped with cheese and is served with hash browns.