Another Broken Egg Cafe is expanding on May 9 in Guntersville, Alabama, opening its ninth location in the state. In addition to being the only national daytime cafe with a bar producing craft cocktails, the award-winning cafe is one of the nation’s fastest growing breakfast and brunch concepts.
Before its official opening, the new cafe will host a “Friends and Family” day on Saturday, May 7, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Guests will have the opportunity to support local charity The Child Advocacy Center of Marshall County. This event will give guests a preview of the new restaurant ahead of the grand opening on Monday, May 9.
Guests booked for the ‘Friends and Family’ weekend will receive a free meal and are encouraged to donate to the charity featured.
Another Broken Egg Cafe hosts “Friends and Family” weekends as part of its commitment to community involvement. Not only can event guests try out the café’s offerings before it officially opens, but they also have the opportunity to make a meaningful impact.
The Guntersville Cafe will be owned and operated by Lori and Herbert Buckner. With locations throughout Alabama, this new cafe will bring the same fresh and exciting menu items to Guntersville. Opening in this popular city was an easy decision for the brand, which features Southern-inspired menu items.
The brand is one of the fastest growing franchised breakfast and brunch concepts in the country – and the only franchised brand in the daytime cafe segment with a full bar producing signature craft cocktails.
Another Broken Egg Cafe has a Southern-inspired menu, with traditional options like Lemon Blueberry Goat Cheese Pancakes, Crab Cake Benedict, and Shrimp ‘N Grits; a seasonal menu that currently features dishes such as Louisiana Creole Benedict and Bloody Molly; plus an abundance of signature cocktails, including Spiked Spiced Rum Cold Brew, Pomegranate Mule and ABE Famous Infused Mary™.
The new restaurant is located at 2469 Paddlewheel Drive, Guntersville, AL 35976 and will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., beginning Monday, May 9.