Stop #1 was Babs Diner in Suisun City. A bustling homey place right on the water. Friendly people, hash and eggs looked fab, and clean bathrooms. However, with a wait more than 30 minutes and hungry kids and a hungry Grandma, it was time for option #2 and fast.
Stop #2 was aptly named Grandma's Place in Fairfield. But the kicker is that it was formerly called Sandy's, my sister's name. Cosmic Propinquity!! Traveling w/Grandma to a place that used to have the same name as my sister, it was fate to eat there. And it was great.
This ain't no spa cuisine. The "Country Benedict" (see above) is Eggs Benedict with sausage patties, gravy and includes a side of fried rice (or potatoes or hash browns). It was about $9 and as much as I loved it, I could only eat half of it. The make your own omelettes have a good variety of ingredients and are generously stuffed--Portuguese sausage, artichoke and tomatoes was yum.
They also offer smaller sized and priced options for kids and seniors (An eggs/bacon/pancake combo was a hit). Highly recommended and nice people too.