Gayor Geller opened the first Maddie's in 2013, naming the tiny breakfast eatery after his daughter. Maddie was just a toddler at the time, but both she and her namesake restaurant have grown up. In November 2016, Geller unveiled a brand-new version of Maddie's — right next door to the original — that seats more than four times the number of guests in what was once a neighborhood service station. This iteration retains the style of a ’50s gas station, sporting garage doors that open to an enormous patio and shiny, cherry-red seating. The menu boasts comforting brunch staples — French toast, a green-chile-stuffed breakfast burrito, and excellent burgers. And don't be shy about bringing the kids: The waiting area is stocked with toys and video games for the little ones.