San Diego breakfast chain Broken Yolk Café has arrived to Phoenix! Since its first location opened in 1979, the restaurant has now expanded to almost 40 restaurants in six states.
This is Broken Yolk’s fourth Arizona location, adding to ones already open in Mesa, Chandler and Yuma. Located at Camelback Colonnade near Camelback Road and 16th Street, the restaurant is centrally positioned in the middle of the Valley. It is perfect to stop in after a morning hike at Piestewa Peak or during a staycation in the Biltmore area.
Broken Yolk is known for its classic breakfast menu of egg-based items, including omelets, skillets and benedicts. The menu also includes favorites such as pancakes, French toast and sandwiches. There are also options for those with dietary restrictions, like wraps, avocado toast and gluten-free and vegan options.
Be sure to try the Chicken & Waffle Benedict made with two Belgian waffle quarters topped with crispy chicken tenders, poached eggs and hollandaise sauce, or try the Californian omelet with bacon, home fries, American cheese, avocado and sour cream.
The restaurant also has a full coffee menu complete with matcha and chai lattes. The full bar is sure to keep diners happy as they dig in. You can also stop in for lunch, as the restaurant is open until 2 p.m. Monday through Friday and until 3 p.m. on weekends.
For lunch, try one of Broken Yolk’s signature dishes, such as the Wild West Burger with applewood-smoked bacon, onion rings, BBQ sauce, cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato and mayo, or the classic Monte Cristo sandwich, which features grilled ham and Swiss cheese sandwiched between two extra-thick slices of French toast that’s served with a side of raspberry sauce. Don’t forget to check out the Bloody Mary flight of four variations and the mimosa flight made with lemonade, orange, pomegranate and grapefruit juices.
Visit Broken Yolk Café at 1928 E. Highland Ave, #SF01, Monday–Friday from 7 a.m.–2 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 7 a.m.–3 p.m.
View the menu online at thebrokenyolkcafe.com.
Photos courtesy Broken Yolk Café