Yet to be confirmed by the local breakfast favorites, real estate brokers are touting the Egg Works first expansion to Centennial is “coming soon.”
A perfect fit for the neighborhood, Las Vegas experts Colliers International place the breakfast and lunch concept’s future home at the corner of Tule Springs Road and Norman Rockwell Lane, currently an empty lot on the east side of The Village of Centennial Springs retail center.
The Village is best known for two very popular tenants, Streets of New York and Leticia’s Mexican Cocina.
The vacant footprint was originally estimated to be suitable for a purpose built, 3,514-square-foot sized building. No estimated arrival date has been announced.
Created by Brad Burdsall in 1998, following his takeover and revamp of the westside’s Egg and I restaurant, five Egg Works locations are open daily from 6 a.m. until 3 p.m. On the large menu, pancakes, waffles, skillet breakfasts, Hawaiian-style dishes, sandwiches, burgers, and “Cincy Chilli” specials.
The Summerlin and Anthem locations also feature a model train traveling over its customers.