First, the bad news: Genessee Royale doesn't serve breakfast on Sundays (but offers it the other six days from 8 to 11 a.m.), and you can get the hot, sticky, caramelized "Brown Shugga Bacon Monkey Bread" only on Saturday mornings. But the other news is better than good. Restaurateur Todd Schulte, the soup guru who opened his beloved Happy Gillis Café & Hangout in Columbus Park, has turned an old West Bottoms gas station into the most eclectic, lovable diner in the city. There's not a traditional offering on the breakfast menu, yet everything feels somehow familiar and homey. Eggs can be had with a cream-top biscuit and gravy or, if you prefer, roasted asparagus and crispy ham on a Farm to Market bialy. The orange and grapefruit juices are freshly squeezed, and the ass-kicking coffee is a Bull Mountain blend. Where else but the Bottoms do you even want a champagne cocktail and a Wolferman's English muffin first thing in the morning?