If you have lived in San Antonio at any point since the sixties, you have no doubt dined at Jim’s, an establishment spread around the city (mostly on the north side) that draws a loyal clientele ranging from college students and young families to silver-haired seniors. The servers are experienced and cheery and keep everything on the move. We’re particularly fond of the round-the-clock breakfast here, a meal that can go from classic American eggs and biscuits to South Texas burritos in a flash. The seventies-style dining rooms are wonderfully nostalgic. Don’t forget to take home a whole lemon meringue pie.