All the omelets are less than $6, and they’re all classics. You have your spinach omelet, your mushroom omelet, you have your ham-and-cheese omelet. But the choices get grander than that. There’s the “meat lover’s,” with bacon, ham, sausage and cheese. There’s the Southern, with green pepper, onion and sausage with country gravy on top. But, for $5.95, you can have the Delmar omelet, which has it all: ham, cheese, onion, tomatoes, green peppers, and even potatoes rolled up inside the thing. Omelets come with potatoes and toast. And if that weren’t enough, they allow a pancakes-for-potatoes substitution that’ll fill out a lumberjack breakfast.