Another Broken Egg Café Opening in Boca Raton, Hosts Preview Fundraisers

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Double R Restaurant Group has announced plans for a new Another Broken Egg Café location, which will celebrate its grand opening on Monday, June 9th in Boca Raton's Royal Palms Place.

The Broken Egg Café is an award-winning restaurant with more than 30 restaurants located across the southeast, California and Indiana. Founded by Ron Green in 1996, the first Broken Egg opened on Girod Street in Old Mandeville, Louisiana. Since then, the restaurant has become well known for its Southern-inspired menu and six varieties of eggs Benedict.

Another Broken Egg Café will have plenty of tempting dishes as the menu features fresh and nutritious southern-inspired dishes. There are six varieties of eggs benedict, 11 gourmet omelette choices, an exceptional signature Bananas Foster over Belgian waffles, French toast or sweet potato pancakes, southern crabstack, biscuit beignets, along with handcrafted burgers, specialty sandwiches and fresh salads. Each meal is carefully prepared to order with the highest quality and freshest ingredients available.

Menu prices range from $8-$15, while specialty house cocktails including the mimosas and bloody mary are priced at $5.99 each. For those watching what they eat, a "healthy side" menu includes granola, fruit and quinoa, gluten-free pancakes, a skinny omelette, steel cut oats and salmon.

If you're a Broken Egg mug collector, look forward to finding historic Boca Raton Old City Hall on the restaurant's stoneware used for coffee service and hot beverages. Each location has its own distinctive symbol, made in various colors.

Floridians interested in a sneak preview of the new establishment and wishing to support three very worthy local causes can dine prior to the official grand opening date starting Thursday, June 5th. There is no charge for the public to attend these separate fundraising events, and donations can be made via cash, check or credit card and will be accepted for each day's featured nonprofits.

On June 5th, from 9 to 11 a.m. there will be a special preview dining to benefit the Gold Coast Down Syndrome Association, a non-profit family support and resource organization serving 350 families and dedicated to helping those with Down Syndrome and other disabilities in Palm Beach County. For more information please visit


On Friday, June 6th, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. will benefit American Association of Caregiving Youth, which supports awareness of dual role youth that are both students and caregivers within their families. For more information please visit www.aacy.org

And on Saturday, June 7th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the final preview dining before the grand opening will support Dezzy's Second Chance Animal Rescue, a Palm Beach and Broward County-based animal shelter. For more information, please visit www.dezzyssecondchance.com.

Those wishing to support the Boca Raton pre-opening events must call the restaurant at 561-405-6940 for reservations, as seating is limited.

Another Broken Egg is located at 508 Via De Palmas in Boca Raton and is open from 7 a.m. through 3 p.m. seven days a week, closing only on Thanksgiving and Christmas. For more information about the restaurant locations visit www.anotherbrokenegg.com, or call 561-405-6940.

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