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Café Luluc sets itself apart from the Smith Street bistro-and-brunch pack by starting out early and staying up late, serving full breakfast from 7:30am on weekdays, and keeping the hopping dining room going until 2am on weekends. Eggs, pancakes and the like give way to tasty twists on bistro classics at lunch and dinner. The service can be abrupt, but don't leave without sampling one of the simple but satisfying sweets: tarte Tatin, crème brûlée or chocolate cake.