Middleburg, FL

Another Broken Egg restaurant to open in Middleburg

Don Johnson

Another Broken Egg restaurant is expected to open at Plantation Crossing shopping center in Middleburg in the fall of 2023.

NAI Hallmark, a commercial real estate brokerage and property management firm in Jacksonville, recently announced it secured a new retail lease on behalf of AMJ Group, Inc.

Another Broken Egg signed a lease for 3,800 square feet with an outdoor patio at Plantation Crossing. Another Broken Egg will be a new construction expansion of the existing shopping center at 1782 Blanding Boulevard, according to a press release.

The restaurant will be located in the shopping center at the northeast corner of Blanding Boulevard and Branan Field Road between Walmart, The Home Depot and Lowes.

NAI Hallmark’s Senior Associate and Retail Specialist Austin Kay represented the landlord in the transaction. Apple Land Homes, LLC represented the tenant.

“We are excited to welcome Another Broken Egg to the prestigious tenant list at Plantation Crossing. We will be constructing a 5,000 (square foot) building with patio in which Another Broken Egg will occupy (3,800 square feet) with patio. Given the growth in the market and nearby St Vincent’s Hospital, this site aligns perfectly with their customer base,” said Kay, vice president at NAI Hallmark.

Another Broken Egg says on its website that it “isn't your typical breakfast, brunch, or lunch restaurant” and delivers “uncompromising, southern-inspired culinary innovation” and "craveably" delicious dishes.

The menu includes chef-inspired, breakfast, brunch, and lunch dishes as well as hand-crafted cocktails, spiked cold brews, mimosas and a full bar, according to the restaurant’s website.

To check out the traditional menu, click here.

Plantation Crossing shopping center in MiddleburgPhoto byNAI Hallmark

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