Good luck trying to get a dinner reservation at the city’s top-performing steakhouse — its Final Four seats are a hot ticket. But breakfast? That’s likely another story. The standards are all present and accounted for, in plus-size portions, including buttermilk pancakes, brioche French toast, steel-cut oatmeal and a smoked salmon scramble. Then there’s the beef: a dry-aged sirloin with a pair of eggs; braised Kobe-style short ribs as the starring attraction in a Benedict and an omelet stuffed with prime rib. Don’t miss the hefty side orders of the pride of Wittenberg, Wis., Nueske’s bacon. Doors open at 6:30 a.m. daily.