We saw this place and thought it might be interesting, but then decided to try another place for brunch instead. As we checked out of our hotel, the manager advised that The Breakfast Club was the place to go. She said we might have to wait in line, but it would be worth it. I typically value advise like that from a local, we decided to go check it out.
When we got there we saw that the line was out the door. I tend to be impatient when it comes to waiting, so I was a bit disappointed. Until I saw the door and realized that the line starts at the door, there is no waiting inside the restaurant. That was different, but on the other hand, we didn't have to wait as long as I had originally expected.
Once we were seated, the hostess took our drink order and provided us with menus. After a few minutes the server came over his deep baritone voice caused us both to do a double take! We asked for a few more minutes because the menu had such a variety of interesting offerings that it was hard for each of us to decide. Some of their offerings included a PMS omelette (Parmesan cheese, Mushrooms, Spinach), Helen's Solidarity (aka Grill Cleaner's Special), Philly Steak omelette, Blackhawk Breakfast Burrito (with chorizo made fresh in house) and a Chicago Bear burger.
We decided on Helen's Solidarity and the Omelette Luigi (fresh made hot/sweet Italian sausage with spinach, garlic, bell peppers and served with marinara sauce) and we split them between us. Both of the dishes were absolutely fantastic and far superior to anything that you would find at any "ordinary" breakfast restaurant.
The service we very good as well. Even though the place was full and our server had several tables to take care of, my coffee cup never got more than half empty without him asking if I wanted to have it refilled. We will most definitely be dining here again on our next visit to Tybee.