Another Broken Egg Cafe Accelerates Franchise Development

Orlando, Fla. — Another Broken Egg Cafe, an innovative full-service breakfast, brunch and lunch franchise that specializes in Southern-inspired menu options and creative cocktails, has signed development agreements in the first quarter of 2021 to open 14 new locations. Additionally, the brand opened units in Orlando, Fla.; Cincinnati; Westlake, Ohio; and Bossier City, La., during the first quarter and plans to debut up to 14 more cafes this year.

In addition to the company’s development success and growth, Another Broken Egg Cafe just experienced one of its best sales quarters since inception, earning systemwide same-store sales numbers nearly 7% higher than first quarter 2019. The brand’s momentum accelerated in March 2021 with systemwide same-store sales 12.5% greater than March 2019. Another Broken Egg Cafe’s pivot towards off-premise helped the brand navigate pandemic complexities.

“It’s been truly rewarding to lead our brand to new heights despite a variety of pandemic-related obstacles,” says Paul Macaluso, president and CEO of Another Broken Egg Cafe. “Our recent success is a testament to our entire team at Another Broken Egg Cafe and especially our franchisees. They’ve worked extremely hard to ensure their restaurants rebounded quickly and we can’t wait to see what everyone accomplishes in the second quarter and beyond.”

Another Broken Egg Cafe will continue expanding and is looking to grow throughout the Southeast, Midwest and Texas to complement its existing footprint of cafes in those areas. The company has plans to reach 300 units open and in development by 2023.

Another Broken Egg of America Franchising, LLC, a portfolio company of The Beekman Group, is an upscale breakfast, brunch and lunch restaurant with 75 locations in 13 states and dozens more in development. For more information, visit

The Beekman Group is a private equity firm, based in New York City, focused on building industry-leading companies in the healthcare, consumer and business services sectors. For more information, visit



SOURCE: The Beekman Group

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