Another Broken Egg Cafe Builds Momentum in 2021 with Increased Sales and New Openings

Another Broken Egg Cafe Builds Momentum in 2021 with Increased Sales and New Openings

 
 

Published: Sept 13, 2021

 

Leader in Culinary and Cocktail Innovation on Track to Grow Over 35% System-Wide This Year

 

Another Broken Egg Cafe Builds Momentum in 2021 with Increased Sales and New Openings Orlando, FL  (RestaurantNews.com)  Another Broken Egg Cafe, an innovative full-service breakfast, brunch and lunch franchise that specializes in Southern-inspired menu options and creative, hand-crafted cocktails, has seen its focus on seasonality, service and guest experience both on- and off-premise pay off this year. Same-store sales are up nearly 20 percent from pre-pandemic levels, and that momentum is attracting new franchisees as well as inspiring many of the brand’s existing franchisees to develop more locations. This continues a wave of growth for Another Broken Egg Cafe that shows no signs of slowing.

 

“Between our sales increases and new cafe openings, we expect system-wide growth to exceed 35 percent this year,” said Paul Macaluso, President & CEO of Another Broken Egg Cafe. “As the leader in this daytime cafe segment, Another Broken Egg Cafe teams have really benefited from the effects of pent-up demand as happy guests return to our dining rooms to enjoy an elevated breakfast and brunch experience.”

 

Another Broken Egg Cafe currently has 77 locations and is looking to grow significantly. In just the last few months, four new restaurants have opened, including the first in Virginia. The other three openings include the first cafes in the Canton and Cleveland markets of Ohio and a new cafe in Indianapolis, which marked the fourth for that franchisee. The brand has three restaurants under construction, including the first in Arizona, the first in Columbus, Ohio, and one in Port Orange, Florida. Leases were recently signed for new locations in Pompano Beach, Florida, Sandusky, Ohio, and Lexington, South Carolina.

 

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