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Another Broken Egg Cafe Will Open In Williamsburg On June 7

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WILLIAMSBURG-A new breakfast establishment will open in the former IHOP location on Richmond Road in June.

Another Broken Egg Café announced its plans for a grand opening on Monday, June 7 from 7am to 2pm.

The restaurant’s menu includes dishes inspired by different regions of the South. Breakfast options include omelettes; various eggs Benedict dishes; waffles, French toast, and pancakes; shrimp and grits; breakfast tacos; and a variety of cocktails. The restaurant also offers beignets, sandwiches, and salads as well as gluten-free items.

Another Broken Egg Café was one of two restaurants to receive incentive grants from Williamsburg’s Economic Development Authority. Another Broken Egg Café is a chain restaurant operating in 13 states. The new restaurant in Williamsburg will be the first franchise in Virginia. The Williamsburg location will also be used as a training facility for café management from nearby states.

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