After a year in the making, Egg Works completed construction on its first restaurant in the northwest and announced the opening day for its roomy, built-from-scratch breakfast and lunch location in Centennial.
The 20-year-old brand founded by Brad Burdsall plans to launch its seventh destination on Monday, Oct. 7, at 7591 Tule Springs Road onn a former empty plot of land close to Norman Rockwell Lane and a short walk from Streets of New York and Ben’zaa Cantina at The Village of Centennial Springs.
Decorated with glass etched windows, the 5,535-square-foot space has continued the Egg Works tradition of installing a working model train track mounted above its customers.
The restaurant expects to follow its sibling restaurant and open daily from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. with a menu of breakfast, brunch, and lunch menu that fills eight pages, highlighted by skillets, burritos, egg Benedicts, omelets, Hawaiian-inspired dishes, waffles, pancakes, salads, soups, and sandwiches.
Another local favorite is the Cincinnati-style chili, available with spaghetti and a blanket of cheese, or served on a hot dog.
Egg Works is promising more locations will be “hatching in 2020.”
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