If you live in the United States and you ever decide to visit the Napa Valley, then I probably wouldn’t recommend the Soscol Cafe as a breakfast destination. For lack of a better term, it’s your classic hole-in-the-wall greasy spoon, and you probably know of a similar-style place somewhere in your own home town. However, for those who might be visiting the U.S. from abroad (and therefore, who may have never dined at a classic greasy spoon), then the Soscol Cafe could represent a venerable culinary landmark, something that’s authentic to its very core. So if it’s the American experience you truly seek, then belly up to the counter and do your best. Certainly, if you’re a Napa local, and you crave something honest and filling, then the Soscol Cafe should be on your radar as well. The huevos rancheros pictured above is only $7, if I remember correctly.