Nation’s Leading Upscale Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch Restaurant Brand Continues Nationwide Expansion with Opening of Newest Location in Florida
Pensacola, FL (RestaurantNews.com) Another Broken Egg Cafe is ushering in an unmatched, exceptional brunch experience to those who love Southern-inspired food and amazing customer service in the Sunshine State with the opening of its newest location in Pensacola, Florida.
Known for its Southern-inspired menu offerings with innovative twists and signature cocktails, Another Broken Egg Cafe is situated at 1590 East Nine Mile Road, across the street from the bustling University Town Center. This is the brand’s 85th location nationwide, and second location in Pensacola.
The new cafe will be the third for entrepreneurial husband-and-wife team, Ron and Teresa Schier, whose ownership includes an additional Another Broken Egg Cafe on East Gregory Street in Pensacola as well as a third location in Auburn, Alabama.
“We’re thrilled to open our second cafe in Pensacola this spring,” said Ron Schier, who has been a part of the brand since 2019. “Our first location in the area has been quite successful, so we knew that a second location would help meet the demand for a quality breakfast and brunch experience in the community. We’re happy to provide Pensacola with a new place to enjoy Another Broken Egg Cafe’s delectable menu offerings and fresh, creative cocktails.”
Offerings at the Pensacola location include core menu items with broad fan appeal like the Shrimp ‘N Grits, Chicken & Waffles, Lobster and Brie Omelette, Huevos Rancheros, Southern Chicken Sandwich and more. In addition, kids can enjoy classic breakfast offerings including Chocolate Chip Pancakes with whipped cream and chocolate syrup, the French Toast Sampler or the Little Rooster (scrambled egg, fresh seasonal fruit, English muffin and baked bacon). The new location also features an enticing and modernized environment where gourmet food and beverages – including a full bar with signature cocktails, mimosas and bloody marys – come together to create a highly memorable dining experience for all.
“It’s wonderful to see Another Broken Egg Cafe expanding in Pensacola with a second location,” said Paul Macaluso, CEO and President of Another Broken Egg Cafe. “Ron and Teresa are passionate about serving others, and have a history of success at their cafes in Pensacola and Auburn. We’re thrilled to support the Schiers as they grow our brand’s presence across the southern belt.”
For guests on-the-go, Another Broken Egg Cafe offers online ordering with convenient takeout and delivery options to the surrounding community, as well as small and large group catering.
Operating between the hours of 7 a.m. and 2 p.m., Another Broken Egg Cafe showcases chef-inspired dishes that celebrate the indulgence of the breakfast and brunch experience through the finest, high-quality ingredients and hand-crafted cocktails. In addition to its signature Southern-inspired cuisine, the brand boasts a diverse menu that is inclusive of gluten-friendly, vegetarian and other dietary restrictions.
For more information about Another Broken Egg Cafe, visit www.anotherbrokenegg.com.
About Another Broken Egg Cafe
Another Broken Egg Cafe of America Franchising, LLC (Another Broken Egg Cafe®) is an upscale breakfast, brunch and lunch restaurant that specializes in award-winning, Southern-inspired menu options with innovative twists and signature cocktails. Celebrating indulgence through the finest, high-quality ingredients, the brand is one of the fastest-growing, daytime-only franchised concepts in the country, with more than 85 locations in 15 states and dozens more in development. With over 26 years of experience in the daytime cafe category, the company was named a “Top Food Franchise” by Entrepreneur Magazine and Franchise Business Review in 2022. The brand is well-positioned for expansive growth after implementing several new full bar and culinary initiatives designed to drive incremental sales and increase profits for individual cafes.
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