The popular Southern-inspired Temescal breakfast-and-lunch spot with a Texas twang has upsized, moving into a bigger space that feels a little like a Lone Star State bordello. But other than that and sans front patio, it’s pretty much the same as it ever was: long lines, strong coffee, signature bubble and squeak, pain perdue, fry-ttatas, fried chicken and waffles, huevos benedictos. Aunt Mary’s gets behind streamlining, paring the regular menu down some for brunch so the kitchen can better keep slinging the grits, pancakes, and hash without taking too long. The restaurant adds a 15 percent surcharge to all checks and divides it evenly among all workers. Need a comfy place to hunker down with your device? This is it. Serves breakfast and lunch daily.