Popular full-service neighborhood eatery to celebrate grand opening with FREE breakfast-for-a-year giveaways on Dec. 4
Houston, TX (Restaurant News Release) The Lone Star State’s favorite breakfast, lunch and brunch spot, The Toasted Yolk Café, is expanding its Houston area presence with its newest store in Mont Belvieu.
Located at 13001 Interstate I-10 East in the Mont Belvieu Crossing center, the new café is set to open its doors on Dec. 4 at 7 a.m. To kick off the grand opening, the popular café will give away free breakfast for a year to three lucky winners in line.
The new restaurant is owned by Al and MarJuana Williams. The Williamses were frequent customers of The Toasted Yolk and fell in love with the concept. When they became franchisees, there was no question where they wanted to develop their first store – Mont Belvieu.
“Our restaurant’s location on Interstate 10 in Mont Belvieu is halfway between Houston and Beaumont and strategically positions us to serve those traveling between the two cities as well as the communities of Mont Belvieu, Baytown, and West Chambers County,” said MarJuana Williams. “We are extremely excited to open our doors and invite everyone to discover their new favorite brunch spot and create a lasting contribution in a community we love so dearly.”
To celebrate the grand opening, The Toasted Yolk is contributing 10% of its opening-day sales to Barbers Hill Project Graduation Class of 2024, a nonprofit that supports local high schoolers and hosts drug- and alcohol-free lock-ins for graduating seniors. Additionally, the brand will offer a “Scrub Love” discount year-round, which includes half-off drinks for medical professionals in uniform or with a valid ID on Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.
As real estate developers, the Williamses could not pass up the opportunity to help design the brand’s debut ground-up prototype alongside Toasted Yolk CEO Chris Milton.
The freestanding restaurant design maintains key elements like the classic green and yellow theme and high ceilings while introducing a new, expansive layout. The new layout at the Mont Belvieu location will serve as the basis for ground-up builds moving forward and includes features such as a modern bifold window that opens the patio to the bar – allowing guests to sit outside and still enjoy the inside atmosphere.
The Toasted Yolk features a twist on traditional breakfast, brunch and lunch classics, accompanied by full-bar service. The new contemporary café will also feature an expansive patio, eight TVs and convenient online ordering. The Mont Belvieu store will serve the community every day from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Toasted Yolk offers a one-of-a-kind breakfast, brunch and lunch experience. With fan favorites like its famous Churro Donuts, Cowboy Scramble, West Coast Arnold and Club Sandwich, the chef-driven menu is unmatched in quality and freshness. Of course, it’s never too early to get toasted. Guests can enjoy a full bar with everything from classic mimosas, frozen Bellinis and Bloody Marys to Rise ‘N’ Shine Punch and Jackie’s Morning Rita.
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About The Toasted Yolk Cafe
The Toasted Yolk Cafe is a full-service neighborhood eatery featuring reimagined interpretations of traditional breakfast, brunch and lunch classics. Founded by longtime friends Chris Milton and Mathew DeMott in Houston, Texas, in 2010, The Toasted Yolk is committed to unwavering quality of food, farm-to-table freshness and unmatched service. Its menus are tailored to meals enjoyed throughout the day, allowing diners to enjoy egg specialties and coffee in the morning, boozy cocktails and savory pancakes at brunch, and a variety of delicious salads, sandwiches and soups at lunch. The Toasted Yolk has more than doubled its size over the last 24 months and currently operates 35 locations throughout the Lone Star State, with 22 units in the development process in Texas, Alabama, Florida and Tennessee. For more information, visit thetoastedyolk.com and follow The Toasted Yolk on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.