The Portuguese Benedict (special; $11.95) substituted slabs of chouriço for the usual Canadian bacon and added a little spice to the hollandaise (a scramble with similar ingredients is available on the regular menu). Like the view of the Mystic River from the communal tables outside, it's worth lingering over.
Even considering the indoor seating, on weekends Kitchen Little doesn't have nearly enough room for the many hopefuls who sign up for a table; best to arrive very early.
135 Greenmanville Ave., Mystic, Connecticut
Open from 6:30 a.m. until early afternoon