The Toasted Yolk Cafe, a full-service casual dining concept that serves high-quality breakfast and lunch fare alongside boozy brunch cocktails, is proud to announce its most recent store opening in Savannah, GA which marks its first opening in the Peach State. Having already opened four flagship units in Florida, Kentucky, Ohio and Georgia so far this year, the brand is well on its way to opening a record 18 units in 2023. Spurring future growth,
The Toasted Yolk Café has also welcomed The Patel Team, long time restaurant operators in Savannah, GA, industry veteran Greg Buie and Wife Tammy in Baton Rouge and New Orleans North Shore, Soprhith Tes, veteran Shipley’s owners secured the last remaining trade areas in Houston, a highly experienced group in Tulsa, OK and legacy Sonic operators led by Keith Fontana, have signed on for Nashville, TN.
“The growth of this brand never ceases to amaze me, it seems like we are setting, or challenging first week sales records with every new unit that we open,” says Chris Milton, Co-Founder and CEO of The Toasted Yolk Cafe. “The interest from highly respected, veteran operators has been humbling and also very motivating. To be able to share our passion and for our new partners to be able to share that same passion for the brand with their respective communities frankly is why we do this,” claims Milton. The momentum of 2022’s record sales have extended into 2023. “Customers and franchise investors can feel the excitement, we believe that the Toasted Yolk brand is really resonating more than ever,” Milton says.
Now operating 34 units in eight states, The Toasted Yolk Café still has multiple locations scheduled to open the remainder of the year including units in Waco, Biloxi, Addison, Austin, Northwest Arkansas and more in Metro-Houston. The Toasted Yolk Café attributes their ability to grow at a fast pace in superior training and simplifying operations. “Winning at the table level, super serving customers, focusing on building the corporate team, these are the things that have made this level of growth possible,” says Milton.