Remember Denny's? Or IHOP? That diner you went to when you wanted plentiful food that wasn't fancy? This breakfast is like the Four Seasons spin on that idea: eggs, meat, pancakes. But the ingredients are soooo much better! They're all local, so they're fresh and tasty and need little adornment. That's Pure Luck dairy's goat cheese sprinkled over local heirloom tomatoes and a griddle cake loaded with Texas corn, then drizzled with sweet-tart sauce made from local blackberries. The smoked sausage was made right here in Austin, and the eggs were laid by chickens that range sans cages just two hours out of town. And the price? That's reminiscent of a diner, too. The breakfast pictured here costs $10, folks. It's only on the weekday breakfast menu, and it may disappear when tomato season ends. So get it while it's hot!