The Toasted Yolk Café is Changing the Face of Breakfast

the-toasted-yolk-logo-RHouston-based breakfast and lunch chain bringing unique spin to restaurant industry with southwest franchise push

The Toasted Yolk Café, (, a distinct breakfast and lunch daypart concept, is changing the restaurant franchise landscape with a new spin on the traditional breakfast diner. Capitalizing on the growing popularity of brunch, The Toasted Yolk Café combines the finest qualities of breakfast and lunch and pairs it with an increasing consumer demand for unique menu options, including alcoholic beverages.

The Toasted Yolk Café is one of few emerging restaurant concepts putting an emphasis on breakfast and lunch, eliminating late-night restaurant hours common in the full-service industry. Chris Milton, CEO of The Toasted Yolk Café, believes it’s the concept’s freshness and high-quality dining options that’s led to its emergence.

fixedw_large_4x“Where traditional full-service restaurants put an emphasis on dinner entrees and late-night options, we’re developing a new standard for the early daypart concept by offering an expansive food and drink menu,” said Milton. “People are looking for great breakfast and lunch options, and they like that when they gather with friends or family for brunch they can enjoy a cocktail as well.”

The Toasted Yolk Café is seeking passionate owner-operators in the Texas triangle region (greater Houston, San Antonio, Austin and Dallas/Fort Worth) and all non-franchise registration states. Interested franchisees should possess at least $280,000 in liquid capital, but third-party financing options are available.

For more information and full details on The Toasted Yolk Café franchise opportunity, visit


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