Breakfast Chain Another Broken Egg Cafe Hosts Hyde Park Grand Opening

The eatery is hosting a two-day Friends and Family fundraiser for Pink Ribbon Girls ahead of their grand opening on Sunday, Jan. 25.

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Breakfast chain Another Broken Egg Cafe, known for its enticing twists on classic dishes, has arrived in Cincinnati and is set to officially open on Sunday, Jan. 25 at 7 a.m.

Ahead of the franchise’s official grand opening, they'll be holding a fundraising soft opening celebration on the Friday and Saturday before.

The Family and Friends event is from 8 a.m.-noon on Jan. 22 and 23.

This is a charity event supporting the Pink Ribbon Girls, an organization that provides support and services to breast and gynecological cancer patients. 

Each attendee will receive a complimentary meal at the event. Rather than paying for your meal, consider donating to the Pink Ribbon Girls to show your support. 

Reservations are required to attend the event with up to four guests.

On the menu, you’ll find Southern-inspired entrees like the Bananas Foster pancakes, chicken and waffles, huevos rancheros, and the Southwest chop salad, made with an artisanal flair.

Along with an extensive selection of traditional favorites, Another Broken Egg Cafe also has a seasonal selections menu, each with two new sweet dishes and two new savory dishes. 

The Winter Selections menu features Lobster City grits, croissant french toast, corned beef and Brussels hash, and the Carrot “Pan”cake stack. 

Another Broken Egg Cafe also offers a variety of signature cocktails including mimosas, Bloody Marys and spiked cold brews, as well as gluten-free and vegetarian options. 

This will be the fourth Another Broken Egg Cafe in Ohio. Currently, there are two restaurants located near Dayton and one located in the Greater Cincinnati area inside the Voice of America Center. 

Another Broken Egg Cafe is located at 3880 Paxton Ave. in Hyde Park.

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