By Clint Lohr
At Olive Ave. and Third St., across from Burbank City Hall, patrons at Another Broken Egg Cafe have the option to sit inside or outside. The menus consist of a variety of omelettes, scrambled eggs and Eggs Benedict. Specialty brunches are also available, including Southern Crabstacks and Biscuits and Gravy. Choice of sides and vegan dishes are also available.
Another Broken Egg Cafe serves wraps, varieties of hamburgers and sandwiches. There are six types of salads. This writer recently opted for the Southwest Chop. With chopped Romaine lettuce, spinach, smoked turkey, mushrooms, red onions, bacon, black beans, tossed with chipotle ranch dressing, topped with crispy tortilla strips and garnished with avocado and tomato slices, this salad was a great meal.
Beverages include various teas and coffees, all the way to fresh squeezed juices and award-winning Bloody Marys from their full bar. Another Broken Egg Cafe is also available for private parties. Owner Todd Feinberg said that two items recently added to their holiday menu are a Cranberry Turkey Benedict and Lemon Poppy Seed Pound Cake French Toast.
Another Broken Egg Cafe has restaurants in 16 states; Burbank is the only one in California. President and founder Ron Green opened the first restaurant in Old Mandeville, Louisiana in 1996, from a summer home built in 1908 on the Northshore of Lake Pontchatrain.
Green said that “within two months we were breaking over 1400 eggs a week” for the dishes the restaurant offered. Hence, the restaurant’s name.
Another Broken Egg Cafe is located at 250 E Olive Blvd. in Burbank. Hours are 7am-2pm daily. Call (818) 563-3344 to experience the eggs-cellence.