The Neighborhood Grill’s kitchen team expertly prepares home-cooked breakfasts and lunches; flipping stacks of pancakes onto plates with city or country ham and carefully attending to hot plate lunches. For breakfast, the cooks make the eggs to order and pile them onto a Poor Man’s Plate that serves them on a split biscuit with sausage or bacon, smothered in gravy, topped with cheese, and surrounded by breakfast taters. At lunch, slices of texas toast clasp fried bologna, club sandwiches, and patty melts. Lunch plates include a choice of meat and two, three, or four veggies. Other stacked fare includes chicken with spicy sauce and half-pound burgers with barbecue sauce and homemade slaw. The staff takes particular pride in its coffee and tea, so patrons can either perk up with java or be British by imbibing tea—because all British people drink tea at all times, even when they’re drinking coffee.