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Yet Another Breakfast-Focused Restaurant Will Open In Houston

Two locations are in the works for The Original Broken Yolk Cafe

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Continuing Space City’s brunch and breakfast boom, The Original Broken Yolk Cafe will bring its own take on the most important meal of the day to Houston.

A Facebook page for the new outpost indicates that it will open at 7019 Barker Cypress Road in the coming months. A second outpost will open in Spring, though no location for that restaurant has been announced just yet. According to the restaurant’s website, The Original Broken Yolk Cafe started in San Diego, California in 1979, and has since expanded to upwards of 20 locations across California, Arizona, Florida, Illinois, and of course, Texas.

Breakfast enthusiasts can look forward to a lengthy menu of breakfast and brunch favorites, ranging from sweet potato pancakes to DIY omelets. An entire section of the menu is dedicated to riffs on eggs benedict, and (of course) bloody marys, Champagne, mimosas, and beer will be on offer to pair with the hearty A.M. fare. Burgers, sandwiches, and more non-breakfast dishes are also on the menu.

The Original Broken Yolk Cafe is just the latest in a slew of breakfast-obsessed eateries to open in Houston. It joins multiple outposts of Denver-based brunch chain Snooze, and two forthcoming locations of Atlanta’s The Flying Biscuit Cafe, both of which are set to open in Houston in 2018.

The Original Broken Yolk Cafe is expected to make its debut sometime this spring. Eater has reached out for more details on when it will officially kick open its doors.