The Southern California-based brunch concept, Broken Yolk Cafe, is set to make its Phoenix debut at 1928 E Highland Ave, according to a liquor license recently filed with the city.
The company currently operates Arizona locations in Chandler, Mesa, and Yuma.
Founded in 1979 in San Diego’s Pacific Beach neighborhood, Broken Yolk Cafe remained a stalwart of the community for the next three decades. However, it was in 2009 that the brand was featured on the Travel Channel’s Man vs Food, thus catapulting it into the national spotlight and growing its footprint to nearly 35 locations, from California to Florida, and Texas, Idaho, Nevada, and of course, Arizona.
The menu is a mix of American breakfast staples including a vast array of omelets, eggs benedict, skillets and sandwiches, as well as Mexican favorites such as Huevos Rancheros, Chilaquiles, Huevos Con Chorizo, and Machaca. Meanwhile, the restaurant also offers a lunch menu of burgers, sandwiches, wraps, and salads.