Southern breakfast-brunch chain wakes up at central Dallas address
More bacon and eggs on our plate with the arrival of Another Broken Egg Cafe, which has opened in Dallas' Preston Hollow Village, at 7825 Firewall Way #180, in the former Midici Neapolitan Pizza, which sadly closed in 2020 during the pandemic.
Another Broken Egg is a Louisiana-based chain known for its Southern-inspired menu with innovative twists and cocktails, seen in dishes such as peach cobbler pancakes, bananas Foster Belgian waffles, black bean Benedict, and biscuits & gravy.
Lunch includes salads, burgers, and sandwiches, and there's a special menu for brunch. A full bar is open from 7 am to 2 pm, with bellinis, orange and cranberry mimosas, and specialty cocktails such as the spiked Nutella iced latte.
Core menu items include shrimp & grits, chicken & waffles, lobster and Brie omelet, huevos rancheros, and chicken sandwich, plus a kids menu featuring Chocolate Chip Pancakes with whipped cream and chocolate syrup.
According to a release, the new location features an enticing and modernized environment, although the greater lure is likely to be that full bar with mimosas and bloody marys.
It's the third Another Broken Egg Cafe for Houston-based restaurant group Legend Daytime Hospitality Inc., who operate the two other DFW-area cafes in Southlake and The Colony.
The chain has seen some ebb and flow around DFW, with locations that opened on Greenville Avenue, in Casa Linda, and in Addison that closed during the pandemic. Breakfast has become a competitive place with lots of breakfast-and-lunch concepts including Yolk, First Watch, and Snooze an AM Eatery.
“It was an easy decision to open Another Broken Egg Cafe in Dallas,” says Muhammad Hanif of Legend Daytime Hospitality Inc. “My team and I are thrilled to introduce a new destination where patrons can savor a diverse selection of breakfast staples, memorable brunch dishes and creative lunchtime favorites, all crafted with fresh ingredients and innovative recipes.”
This is the brand’s 95th location nationwide, and 12th in the state of Texas, including Houston, Austin, College Sation, and El Paso.