Another Broken Egg Café to open in Biltmore Park

When in doubt, throw an egg on it — that’s the tack Another Broken Egg Café seems to take, judging by the menus of its two dozen (or so) locations throughout the Southeast.

The brunch chain will open a location in Asheville’s Biltmore Park in early fall, according to its website. The address, 27 Schenck Pkwy., is nearby Ya Ya’s Frozen Yogurt. A representative of Another Broken Egg confirmed the location by phone, but no one was available for further comment Friday afternoon.

The café is a franchise, so every location could have a different menu, but in Atlanta, the offerings include 10 omelets, six variations on eggs Benedict, a handful of skillets and brunch classics, pancakes, waffles, French toast and brunch cocktails. It’s a large, classic menu that also offers gluten-free and vegetarian items. The chain started in Louisiana, and perhaps more that reason, many of the entrees feature cajun spices and seafood. Crawfish, lobster, crab and shrimp dot the menu.

For more information about the chain, visit

(Photo of cinnamon roll French toast from Another Broken Egg Café‘s Facebook page.)


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