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11th Street Diner Restaurant Review: Night owls and post club revelers land here for breakfast or a burger or Buffalo wings at 4 a.m. Morning people also pack the stainless steel Art Deco diner transported from Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, in 1992 for hearty breakfasts featuring eggs any way, thick slices of french toast and buttermilk pancakes plus bacon, hefty sausages and buttery grits. Home-style plates feature Southern-fried chicken, steaks, ribs and house-roasted turkey with stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy and cranberry sauce all year. Nightly specials are worth checking out and the mix of hipster and family atmosphere is fun. A frosty milkshake or hot fudge sundae are reason to go anytime and there’s Key West lager on draft.