Revealed last July, local breakfast and lunch favorite Egg Works is making up for the long delay and making rapid progress on its super-sized, built-from-scratch Centennial restaurant.
Located on the corner of Tule Springs Road and Norman Rockwell Lane, the 5,535-square-foot restaurant sits a short distance from Streets of New York and recent arrival Ben’zaa Cantina at The Village of Centennial Springs.
The Egg Works shell structure now has framework up. Original plans called for an open dining area large enough for 226 inside, plus a private dining room, and a 1,125-square-foot outdoor patio.
The expansion, which hasn’t announced an opening date, is expected to follow the lead of the six restaurants in the Egg Works and Egg & I family and offer its large menu of hearty breakfast and lunch dishes from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.
Brad Burdsall created the restaurant in 1998, and to celebrate the company's 30 years of service, the westside Egg & I at 4533 W. Sahara Ave. installed a new “EGG-SPRESS” model train traveling above its customers. The Summerlin and Anthem Egg Works locations also feature the train.
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