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Egg Works Confirmed for a Centennial Expansion

A locals favorite for breakfast and lunch

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A built-from-scratch, seventh location for local breakfast and lunch favorites Egg Works is now confirmed to be headed to the empty lot on the east side of The Village of Centennial Springs retail center.

Larger than expected, the 5,535-square-foot restaurant will provide enough room for 226 diners and be upgraded with a 1,125-square-foot outdoor patio.

Located on the corner of Tule Springs Road and Norman Rockwell Lane, the exterior will add new landscaping, while inside, customers will encounter an open dining area. A private dining room is also being constructed.

A short walk from Streets of New York and Leticia’s Mexican Cocina, this location will keep the same 6 a.m. to 3 p.m daily hours as its sibling restaurants and import the very popular large menu that includes pancakes, waffles, skillet breakfasts, Hawaiian-style dishes, sandwiches, burgers, and “Cincy Chilli” specials.

Created by Brad Burdsall in 1998, no word yet if this expansion will install the quirky model train that travels over the heads of customers at the Summerlin and Anthem Egg Works.

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