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Egg Works Reveals Opening Day for Cincy Chili in Centennial

A super-sized new home for breakfast and lunch favorites arrives soon

A table of breakfast favorites served at Egg works, including pancakes, biscuits and gravy and grilled spam.
Egg Works
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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.

The working model train track inside the new Egg Works restaurant in Centennial.
Egg Works Centennial
Egg Works/Facebook

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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