Reader: Where can I go for my greasy breakfast hangover cure?

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Johnny's Diner had a long run in Aurora, but when a recent fire department inspection determined that the place needed a new fire suppression hood over the grill -- a $3,000 repair -- that was enough to convince the owner to decide to get out of the diner business altogether, and close Johnny's.

See also: - Johnny's Diner turns off the Grill - My Big Fat Greek Cafe closes - Long live the Breakfast King

Says Brian:

This sucks. Johnny's was AWESOME. Now where am I going to go for my greasy breakfast hangover cure??

Good question. As a public service and in honor of Johnny's, we'll publish a list of great greasy breakfast hangover cures...and we could use your help. What place do you recommend? (Note: We're talking breakfast, so Chubby's is out.)

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