New breakfast restaurant to open in Oakley
OAKLEY – A new restaurant will provide customers with a chance to make their own omelet. Wild Eggs will open at Oakley Station in the coming months.
“(Our) intention is to provide a better breakfast experience with high end service,” said Jeffrey “JD” Rothberg, founder and president of Wild Eggs.
Wild Eggs is serious about breakfast
Wild, how? Untamed? Unruly? Unusual?
Eggs prepared in all forms are at the heart of this breakfast-brunch-lunch eatery that first opened in Louisville Kentucky in 2007. Founder Jeffrey Rothberg was inspired by his great grandfather, a potato farmer, whose family tradition of big hearty breakfasts meant an important time at the table together.
Wild Eggs in Louisville Wins Best Hot Brown Category
Unlike many iconic American sandwiches, there is absolutely no doubt as to the origin of the Hot Brown. In fact its name includes its origin. It was originally created at the Brown Hotel in Louisville as an alternative to a ham and egg late night supper by Fred K. Schmidt in 1926.
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Where Wild Eggs is going now
The popular breakfast and brunch restaurant, which started in Louisville, has been posting on social media about new stores in Nashville and Indianapolis. A post on the company’s Facebook page says an Indianapolis location is opening today and that a Nashville location opened last week.
The company’s website said Wild Eggs plans three locations in Indianapolis and one in Nashville.
Wild Eggs expands with new Jeffersonville location
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A helping of Wild Eggs is now being served up in southern Indiana. A new location of the popular local breakfast chain just opened in the Jeffersonville Town Center on Veterans Parkway. The restaurant is owned by a new franchisee, Hamburger and Eggs. This is the first location in southern Indiana, and owners say they’re excited to expand to Jeffersonville.
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The cream cheese–stuffed apple-bourbon crepes at Wild Eggs (1438 W. Main St., Carmel, 317-993-3350), crowned with apple compote and candied pecans and served in a pool of vanilla-bourbon sorghum syrup.
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Louisville-based brunch spot Wild Eggs (1438 W. Main St., Carmel, 317-993-3350) launched its first Indy-area location in February and will open another outpost at the corner of Mass Ave and Delaware Street (314 N. Delaware St.) on May 2.
An inside look at the Louisville area’s newest breakfast/brunch spot
Hoosiers are getting a new breakfast, brunch and lunch option.
Wild Eggs‘ first Southern Indiana location, at 1450 Veterans Parkway in the Jeffersonville Town Center shopping development, opens today. Its menu includes breakfast items, such as biscuits, crepes and pancakes as well as soups and sandwiches for brunch and lunch, just like at the chain’s other locations.
Wild Eggs is expanding to a new market
Louisville’s popular Wild Eggs restaurant chain is opening its first location in Ohio.
The breakfast, brunch and lunch restaurant is expected to open by late summer in 4,400 square feet at Queen City Square in downtown Cincinnati.
Wild Eggs is set to open its second Indianapolis-area location
May 2, at 314 N. Delaware St. in TWG Development’s Pulliam Square building, where it will join The Tap.
The Louisville-based eatery serves breakfast, brunch and lunch, and has an existing restaurant at 1438 W. Main St. in Carmel. Wild Eggs also plans to open this summer in Fishers.
Open date set for Wild Eggs in Southern Indiana
Southern Indiana residents will no longer have to cross the bridge to taste the delights of Wild Eggs.
Come April 11, the hungry Hoosier can visit Wild Eggs in their own backyard. The locally owned breakfast and brunch restaurant is only a couple weeks away from opening at 1450 Veterans Parkway, Suite 160, in Jeffersonville.
Wild Eggs coming to Jeffersonville in April
Wild Eggs will open its doors in Jeffersonville on April 11, the franchise announced Friday.
The new location, at 1450 Veterans Parkway in the Jeffersonville Town Center development, will accompany a Boombozz Pizza & Taphouse and Comfy Cow.
The franchise is owned and will be run by Hamburger & Eggs LLC, with company partner and Louisville native Chris Hamburger as manager. Hamburger is also the former head PGA professional at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville.
Kentucky Based Breakfast Restaurant Group Wild Eggs Scheduled to open in early 2016
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (November 16, 2015) — Louisville, KY based restaurant Wild Eggs has announced the opening of two Indianapolis locations in 2016. The Meridian and Main location will be the company’s first in the Indianapolis market and will employee approximately 40 people.
Wild Eggs restaurant set to open in Carmel in February
The Carmel restaurant, which will offer breakfast, lunch and brunch, is scheduled to open in February at 1438 W. Main St. The Indianapolis restaurant is set to open in March in Pulliam Square Building, 310 N. Delaware St., on the former site of The Indianapolis Star.
The Indianapolis and Carmel restaurants are company-owned and are the first market outside of Louisville for company-owned restaurants, according to Wild Eggs marketing manager Meredith Smith.
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According to the IBJ, Louisville-based breakfast spot Wild Eggs is opening two Indianapolis locations, one in the Pulliam Square (152 E. New York St.) apartment development downtown, and one in Carmel (1438 W. Main St.).
Wild Eggs to open first Southern Indiana location
By April 2016, Wild Eggs will have three new locations in Indiana – one in Jeffersonville and two in Indianapolis.
J.D. Rothberg, co-founder and president of Wild Eggs Holdings Inc., said Friday that the company has been eager to expand in the Louisville area and to larger, regional cities. “We’re really excited, we’ve been looking at Southern Indiana for a few years,” Rothberg said in an interview.
Wild Eggs to open new location in Jeffersonville this spring
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Wild Eggs, a popular breakfast spot in Louisville, will soon open another location in southern Indiana.
Our partners at Business First report a Jeffersonville location will open this spring in the Jeffersonville Town Center on Veterans Parkway. The restaurant will be owned by a new franchisee, Hamburger and Eggs. It will be the first of a few new locations in the Louisville area. The first Wild Eggs opened in Louisville in 2007.
Wild Eggs to open Southern Indiana location
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A popular Louisville eatery is taking its business across the Ohio River.
Wild Eggs announced it will open a restaurant in Jeffersonville, Ind. in the spring of 2016. It will be the Louisville-based restaurant group’s first Southern Indiana location.
The 4,400-square foot restaurant will be located at 1450 Veterans Parkway in the Jeffersonville Town Center.
“We are excited to join the Wild Eggs family and look forward to growing the brand in the greater Louisville area,” Chris Hamburger, who will manage and oversee the day-to-day operations of the restaurant, said in a press release. “We have plans to develop a total of three Wild Eggs locations in the greater Louisville and Southern Indiana area.”
Wild Eggs of Lexington has chosen The Makenna Foundation to be their charity of choice for the “Wild Eggs Scramble for Cancer”! Order a specialty scramble and Wild Eggs will donate $2 from each purchase to The Makenna Foundation from now until August 31!
GET CRACKIN’: Wild Eggs plans spring opening in Jeffersonville
JEFFERSONVILE — Louisville-based restaurant group Wild Eggs will open its first Southern Indiana location along Veterans Parkway in Jeffersonville this spring.
The 4,400-square-foot restaurant will be located at 1450 Veterans Parkway in the Jeffersonville Town Center and will employ approximately 50 people. The Jeffersonville location will feature the Wild Eggs traditional eclectic atmosphere consisting of bright and cheery hues of robin’s egg blue and pastel yellows, and will include signature design elements like their custom-designed egg wall, breakfast bar and specially commissioned egg artwork, according to a press release. The restaurant will include a patio dining area and will seat an estimated total of 130 guests.
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According to the IBJ, Louisville-based breakfast spot Wild Eggsis opening two Indianapolis locations, one in the Pulliam Square (152 E. New York St.) apartment development downtown, and one in Carmel (1438 W. Main St.).
Wild Eggs to open Hamburg location in December
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – A second Wild Eggs restaurant is scheduled to open in mid-December in Hamburg Place, officials announced on Monday.
Construction is underway on a location at 1925 Justice Drive next to Malone’s. The first Lexington location, 3735 Palomar Center Drive, opened in February. Since opening Wild Eggs Palomar, demand has been high for a second location.
The Lexington Wild Eggs locations are owned and operated by Golden Eggs, LLC a Lexington company with experience in management of multi-unit retail and restaurant brands.
Golden Eggs has committed to opening 10 Wild Eggs locations in and around Central Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky and Eastern Tennessee with a focus on Lexington, Knoxville and Chattanooga.
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Serving a “whimsical” and egg-heavy menu of morning food all day, Southwest-situated Wild Eggs boasts “specially commissioned egg artwork” and walls painted “robin’s egg blue”, and is the first Coloradan incarnation of a concept its Denver-born owners have already brought to Louisville, Kentucky three times, so factor in basketball, and that state’s now got four things going for it!
Wild Eggs National Pancake Eating Championship
Location: Louisville, Kentucky
Winner: , Pancakes
Total Prizes: $4,000 total cash purse
PATRICK “DEEP DISH” BERTOLETTI SETS NEW PANCAKE WORLD RECORD AT THE INAUGURAL WILD EGGS NATIONAL PANCAKE EATING CHAMPIONSHIP!
Age and experience trumps youth and beauty, says the often-disproved maxim. True it was, however, in Louisville, KY, at the Wild Eggs National Pancake Eating Championship, where MLE legend Patrick Bertoletti fended off a spirited effort from smooth-cheeked juggernaut Matthew “The Megatoad” Stonie. Final score? Patrick 50 Wild Eggs pancakes; Matthew 47.
Best Sandwiches in America 2015: Turkey
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