In a perfect city, every other block would have a modern luncheonette like this sunny spot, where the coffee is La Colombe, the toast arrives in little wire baskets, and the potatoes roasted with peppers and onions epitomize the neighborhood’s mix of lifers and hipsters. First-time restaurateurs Stephen J. Slaughter and William Bonaforte built the double-wide cafe according to LEED specs. Similarly, their menu sources local (and therefore “green”) eggs and such for a spot-on Benedict (plus a Philly-fied version on a pretzel roll with pork loin, cream cheese and béarnaise), crème brûlée French toast, and warm, cardamom-spiked quinoa with golden raisins. Insider tip: All kids’ portions are $5.