Sonny and Cher records, vintage beer can collections, and multicolored Christmas lights. If this sounds like a friend’s parents’ basement, you’re not far off. Jon Young, the owner of Kitch’n on Roscoe, raided his folks’ treasure trove of ‘70s tchotchkes to give his restaurant its signature funky and eclectic vibe. Within the bright yellow walls, patrons pull up to retro orange and red tables to fill their bellies with updated versions of breakfast and brunch comfort-food staples. Their signature Green Eggs and Ham—as featured on the Food Network’s $40 a Day with Rachael Ray—scrambles three eggs with fresh-basil pesto, spinach, scallions, and smoked ham over texas toast, and the tofu scramble quells meatless cravings. Known for their hangover antidotes, the chefs restore bodies from wild nights with heaping helpings of chilaquiles—eggs and fried tortillas smothered in chipotle salsa and pepper jack cheese—and the Borracho breakfast burrito—stuffed with beans, veggies, and eggs and drizzled with tequila-ranchero sauce.