When a restaurant’s owner goes by the moniker “The Breakfast Queen,” you know you must select from its large menu of breakfast dishes, even if you’ve arrived on the late side of lunch. This is how I ended up sampling Ina Pinkney’s vegetable hash, a hearty concoction of potatoes, yams, corn, mushrooms, eggplant, Brussels sprouts, onions and garlic. Two perfectly poached eggs sit atop a hash mountain, which unleashes a kick of chili just when you think you’ve tasted all it has to offer. With its salmon-pink walls, down-home feel and extensive collection of salt and pepper shakers, Ina’s feels like the dining room of your favorite eccentric aunt, who happens to serve up a mean breakfast. The former dessert caterer sticks to breakfast and lunch, the latter menu heavy on all-American classics from BLTs to barbecued beef brisket on brioche with grilled onions and horseradish sauce.