The Toasted Yolk Cafe is ready to debut its one-of-a-kind breakfast, lunch and boozy brunch to the Southlake community when it opens in the Gateway Plaza Shopping Center located at Southlake Blvd on Monday, June 6.
To kick off its grand opening celebration, Southlake’s new Toasted Yolk will give away FREE breakfast for a year to three lucky winners in line on opening day. Plus, the first 25 parties in line will win a $25 gift card, and ALL guests on opening day will receive FREE Churro Donuts and $3 Mimosas from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Located at 2820 E. Southlake Blvd., the new 4,100-square-foot neighborhood eatery will offer reimagined interpretations of traditional breakfast, brunch and lunch classics, as well as full-bar service, online check-in and a covered patio equipped for any weather. Toasted Yolk Southlake is locally owned and operated by Ryan Patterson, Rozina Lakhani and Hassan Bhatti.
“We can’t wait to show Southlake what The Toasted Yolk is all about,” Patterson said. “Our delicious food, unmatched service and great atmosphere will be a wonderful addition to the close-knit Dragon community. We are so excited to bring our family-friendly energy to Southlake and give a big, toasted welcome!”
In preparation for its May opening, The Toasted Yolk is hiring servers, hosts, line cooks, prep cooks, dishwashers, bussers, bartenders and future leaders. Interested applicants can apply online at this site. Southlake’s new Toasted Yolk will be open every day from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. When Southlake’s first Toasted Yolk opens, it will mark the second in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and 22nd systemwide.
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.