Maybe Friday night was rough, maybe not; either way Saturday is a day to be approached slowly and with reverence. We can't think of a better start than coffee and breakfast at the G-M Steakhouse. A seat at the counter provides the best exposure to the immaculate grillside skills and dyspeptic panache of head cook and owner Gus Vayas. Can't find your trusty migas? Try the Olympic Flame Omelette: three eggs, gyro meat, tomatoes, peppers, onions and American cheese. Nice and greasy, goes down easy.
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