After 20 years of serving breakfast and lunch—and an estimated one-million eggs—to loyal diners, Ray’s Cafe has decided to keep its doors open for dinner. So while early-risers can still swing by to gobble up omelets, sausage or porkroll, and sandwiches, fans who like to sleep in once in a while can now look forward to seafood specialties like baked scallop casino and steak murphy in sherry wine. In addition to dinner service, Ray’s has also welcomed musicians into the cafe at night; check out events like live jazz on Fridays and Phil Sings Sinatra on Saturdays for a soundtrack that can add class to any toast or clinking of after-dinner mints.