Since debuting in 2018, Morning Glory has been handily dispelling the notion that you can attract brunch crowds only on weekends. Part of the lure is the architecture: a steampunk-inspired dining room conceived to turn heads, beginning with its visual centerpiece — a giant, red-petaled flower hovering over the bar. But the food’s architecture may be just as appealing, especially if you’re willing to take a chance on the restaurant’s Japanese-style souffle pancakes ($14). Made to order, these may take 15 minutes or 45, depending how busy the cooks are when you order. To cover your appetite while you wait, explore the full-bore cocktail program and the menu ranging from classic American breakfast to global items.