Egg Harbor Cafe Opening Second Chicago Location in River North

The company's 21st location is expected to open at the end of summer
Egg Harbor Cafe Opening Second Chicago Location in River North
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Popular breakfast and brunch eatery Egg Harbor Cafe is looking to add another city location with a new restaurant coming to River North at 800 N Wells St.

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Although the company has about 15 locations across Chicagoland, this will only be the second location within the windy city. A representative from the company tells What Now Chicago there is no exact date with so much in the air, but they hope to open sometime around the end of summer 2022, possibly August. When this location opens, guests can expect top-quality food, always carefully sourced and often all-natural or organic.

Egg Harbor Cafe started in Hinsdale, IL, in late-1985 under Aimee and Mike Farrell, along with Aimee’s father, Jack Wright. Together, they wanted to create a restaurant that offered a gourmet breakfast, brunch, and lunch in a warm, friendly country setting with an upbeat vibe. They provide traditional breakfasts and other variations such as habanero hash & eggs, gluten-free cinnamon roll breakfast, horizon chilaquiles, and shakshuka. All of this is matched with the restaurant’s outstanding customer service.

“Egg HarborCafé’ss friendly and attentive service add to the informal ambiance that consistently welcomes guests, whether first-time visitors or long-time friends,” according to the company’s website.”The relaxed, inviting atmosphere attracts a broad range of guests – businessmen and women, families with young children, groups of teens, book clubs, friends, neighbors, and more – all types of people and groups have become loyal and valued Egg Harbor Café customers.”

Egg Harbor Cafe Opening Second Chicago Location in River North
Photo: Official

Joey Reams

Born in San Diego, Joey moved to San Francisco to study Music Journalism at San Francisco State University. There, he worked for several publications, including The Culture Trip and RIFF Magazine, and served as the News Editor at Golden Gate Xpress. Joey previously worked as the News Assignment Editor for Pasadena Now. When he’s not working, you can find him exploring new cities, finding delicious food, and having fun at concerts.
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