In the shadow of the Toronto Eaton Centre sits this nostalgic slice of history. The diner looks much as it has since its start in the '50s - chrome-and- Bakelite counters, leatherette banquettes and a bar with swivel stools - and the menu is made to match. A hearty breakfast - eggs, home fries, beans, toast and bacon - sets you up for marathon shopping excursions. Lunch and pre-theatre choices abound, whether it's a giant BLT or the kitchen's famous crab cakes puffed with more sweet meat than filler. The evening hours change according to what shows are in town, so call ahead.