Mars 432 College, 921 6332

The sign on the marquee claims that the food served at Mars is out of this world. “Actually, it couldn’t be more down-to-earth.” Opened in 1951, this long and narrow luncheonette has been operated by the Tseclars family since the mid-80s. Except for the attempt to bring the break -fast décor up to date- they`ve squooshed the ceiling- Mars remains as it was In the 50s. Vinyl stools line the chrome lunch counter tables and booths, for two marches down the opposite wall.

Another constant is Mars’ all day breakfast-lunch and dinner.The marsbreakfast which is straight from the grill, is the most popular choice: 3eggs- any style, over-easy,with the choice of bacon, sausages,ham or salami, home friesand toast. At Mars,every day is a special day.This is 1am Saturday for the long night ahead. it remains true to tradition while offering American, Canadian comfort food breakfast is served all day, featuring more than a dozen omelets, farm fresh eggs any style, pancakes, Belgian waffles