Red Mug Diner, marked in bold red signage, added a playful pop of color to Orlando’s downtown business district when it became the first 24-hour eatery in the area. The all-day-breakfast hub has a 1950s vibe, with waitstaff dressed in pressed white shirts and red aprons, and the building itself screams red: in chair cushions, accent walls, leather booths, and recessed overhead lighting. Coffee is served, you guessed it, in bright red mugs. A traditional morning-centric menu featuring the usual suspects (eggs Benedict, biscuits & gravy and brioche French toast) is balanced by heartier American comfort entrees (shepherd’s pie, chicken pot pie, mac & cheese). What did Downtown Orlando do before two-for-one milkshakes accessible 24/7?