No one ever went broke overestimating Texans’ appetite for huevos rancheros and eggs Benedict. Or French toast. Or pancakes. Or breakfast booze. You get the idea. This small Colorado-based chain has two locations in Austin, serving well-priced breakfasts (as well as sandwiches and salads) till 2:30 p.m. daily. The look is upbeat sixties retro, with semicircular booths and sleek molded-plastic chairs—and the place tends to be packed on the weekends. The Lower East Sider breakfast plate offered quite decent smoked salmon, a seasoned goat cheese spread, hard sliced eggs, a lemon-dressed arugula salad, and very tart caper-and-sun-dried-tomato relish, with whole-grain toast. On another visit, we tried the signature Snooze corned beef hash, which seemed like something that they would have eaten on The Andy Griffith Show. It was quite tasty, tossed together with below-average hash browns but redeemed by onions and poblanos. The pair of soft-cooked eggs came out just right.