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Two New Restaurants Plan Summer Openings in Williamsburg

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WILLIAMSBURG-Two new restaurants will open later this year in Williamsburg thanks in part to grants from the city’s Economic Development Authority.

An incentive grant was awarded to Another Broken Egg café for exterior building renovations. The EDA awarded another incentive grant to a salad concept restaurant to add an outdoor dining area for the restaurant. Both new restaurants plan to open this summer.

Another Broken Egg Café will open on Richmond Road while the new salad concept restaurant will be located in downtown Williamsburg. A name for the salad concept restaurant has not been released.

Another Broken Egg Café is a chain restaurant with more than 70 cafes in 13 states. The Williamsburg location will be the first franchise in Virginia. In addition, Another Broken Egg Café in Williamsburg will also serve as a training facility for café management from nearby states.

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