Another Broken Egg Café is ‘Egg-Cellent’ Addition to L.A. Dining Scene

DOWNTOWN BURBANK, Calif. -- It's one thing to cry over spilled milk, but another broken egg is a reason to celebrate.  At least when you're referring to Burbank’s newest restaurant Another Broken Egg Café located at 250 East Olive Avenue in Downtown Burbank. Opened May 23 to tremendous applause, the Burbank location is the seventeenth café in what is now a small franchise chain.  The official ribbon cutting with Burbank Mayor Jess Talamantes in attendance is set for Wednesday, June 15 at 11:00 A.M.

Take a bite out this charming and understated café where breakfast and brunch are the most important meal times of the day.  The menu is full of cluck-worthy fresh, homemade specialties like the Crabcake Crostinis, the Mardi Gras omelet filled with smoked Andouille sausage, red peppers, crawfish, and scallions; Bananas Foster topped with whipped cream, pecans, and fresh banana slices; and plenty of unique Benedict options.  Another Broken Egg also features handmade burgers, chicken, eggs, and more.  Top it all off with a fresh fruit Martini, or one of their award-winning Bloody Mary’s.

The first Another Broken Egg Café opened in 1996 in an historic 1908 summer home on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain in Old Mandeville, Louisiana. A success from day one, the café took off with mostly word-of-mouth promotion quickly filling the seats with customers who responded to the exquisite food, exceptional service and appealing décor. 

You shouldn't need much egging on to make your official decision on this new gem, the hard part will be deciding what to order first!    

Another Broken Egg Café, at 250 E. Olive Ave. in Downtown Burbank offers breakfast, brunch and lunch from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily, and is ready to handle afternoon or evening private parties, bridal brunches, weddings and other special events. Please call (818) 563-3344 for more information.