Industry veterans Mary and John Bogacki could have done just about anything in the food world, but they chose to focus on breakfast and lunch for their first restaurant, Yolklore. At this counter-service spot, you’ll see the same thought given to bacon and eggs as you’d see in an entrée special at a trendy evening bistro. This results in innovative dishes, such as Yolklore’s signature “Nest Egg,” a biscuit-like shell filled with eggs, bacon, cheese, pickled onion and preserved lemon, and a frittata with goat cheese, mushrooms and tomato jam. Don’t let the innovative menu items fool you, though. Yolklore is equally the place to go for the old-fashioned comfort of biscuits and gravy or a slinger. And no matter what you choose, you can be in and out in a flash — or simply head through the drive-through for the best fast food you can get. No alcohol. $. Open 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays and 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekends. Drive-through window.