Another Broken Egg Cafe Targets South Florida

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Another Broken Egg Cafe, a breakfast, brunch, and lunch franchise celebrated for its atmosphere and diversified menu options, is targeting South Florida for growth in 2015.

With four locations currently open from Orlando to Key West and plans to open 36 additional locations throughout the state, the welcoming lifestyle brand is quickly becoming a leader in the South Florida dining scene. The new restaurants will create approximately 1,200 jobs for local residents.

Spearheading the brand’s rapid expansion is restaurateur Stuart Ottinger, President of Double R Restaurant Group. Having established 18 locations throughout the Southeast, Ottinger and his team look forward to spreading Another Broken Egg Cafe throughout the region.

Up first for Double R Restaurant Group are new locations in Naples, Clearwater, and Delray Beach, all of which are expected to open during the first half of 2015. With the overall goal of bringing a total of 40 locations to South Florida, the group plans to open up to 10 new cafes each year, with a strong focus from Tampa to Naples, as well as additional locations in the Carolinas, Georgia, and Louisiana.

To build brand awareness in each new market, Double R Restaurant Group partners with local charities and hosts a series of grand opening events where residents can dine for free, with 100 percent of the donations going to support the featured nonprofits. Over the past three years, Double R Restaurant Group has partnered with nearly 60 charities throughout the Southeast, with donations totaling $5,000 to $10,000 per restaurant opening.

“With the breakfast and brunch trend on the rise, we see nothing but incredible growth opportunities in South Florida,” says Nick Binnings, vice president of brand development. “Hard-working franchisees like Double R reflect our ongoing dedication to strive to be the best, and we are confident that his team will do a phenomenal job as they continue putting breakfast, brunch and lunch all over the map.”

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