There's no shortage of breakfast spots here in the East Bay, yet weekend waits for a plate of eggs and home fries can be frightening at many locales. Rick and Ann's is no exception -- the wait tends to be in the one-to-two-hour range for that sought-after 9-to-10 a.m. slot. But if you can occupy yourself, it's worth it. Grab a coffee at Peet's next door, camp out, and salivate in anticipation. Envision their gingerbread waffles, challah French toast, cornmeal pancakes, or the bacon, cheese, and greens omelet. If you like your scrambled eggs pretty moist, this is the place to get 'em -- none of those dry tasteless scrambles served here. The coffee is great, and the homemade scones and muffins delicious if you have room after your main course. Rick and Ann's also offers an array of healthier breakfast options, such as orange and rice flour pancakes, homemade granola, and tofu scrambles.