As diner names go, there's no more ambitious one than this, with its title lifted from the iconic Edward Hopper painting of nocturnal New Yorkers gathered around a counter. The hot new south Minneapolis offering from Landon Schoenefeld, an artist in his own right, lives up to the billing. Expect expertly done and piled-high tuna melts and pastrami sandwiches, all-day breakfast – stacked pancakes come plain or loaded with fillings – and nightly specials like spaghetti and meatballs, fish and chips, or meatloaf. But it's not all nostalgia. Vegetarians will be welcomed and thrilled with dishes like the raw vegetable salad, a spicy deep-fried cauliflower, or a carrot "dog." Wash it down with tap beer, or one of their creative beer- or wine-based cocktails, and take in the sights and sounds of the diner on a weeknight. Hopper's painting looks dreary by comparison. Somebody oughta paint this.