Omelets, crepes, and benedicts pair with drinks from a new coffee menu and bloody marys made with Habla Diablo hot sauce and homemade mix
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About This Deal
Eating out should be painless. With their system, you’ll never have to fret about getting a server’s attention when you need it. Simply flip the egg card at your table, and someone will assist you immediately!
- Type of food: breakfast or lunch
- View the menu and prices
- Not valid for happy hour specials
They serve all your breakfast favorites as well as signature sandwiches and homemade soups. Also, don’t forget to try our famous Cincy Chili, which they serve 5 ways!
Are you a fan of hot sauce? Check out their shop on your way out! Their shelves are stocked with their Habla Diablo Bloody Mary and Michelada Mixes, salsas, seasonings, and hot sauces.
When You Can Eat
- They are open daily from 6 a.m. until they stop seating
- Saturday–Sunday 6 a.m.–3 p.m.; Monday–Friday 6 a.m.–2 p.m.
What Our Customers Have To Say
Food was wonderful, very generous portions and they will even split some of the dishes. Staff was very friendly and nice. Can't ask for anything more for breakfast.
Fun ambiance and friendly staff.
The food is excellent. The staff is friendly and efficient. We love this place.
Great food, friendly staff and easy to use the Groupon.
About The Egg Works
The sun is just beginning to rise over the nearby mountains as diners shuffle into Egg Works, suppressing yawns, stretching their arms, and sleepily greeting friends and family. Once they find their seat, though, the energy of the restaurant seeps into their mood. Waitresses swing by to flood their cups with steaming coffee and crowd tables with plates of cheesy omelets, spicy Mexican breakfasts, and the sweet and savory crepes lauded by Rachael Ray. Others bring mason jars filled with bloody marys made with Habla Diablo hot sauce and bowls of Hawaiian-style sticky-rice breakfasts. As the sun clambers up the sky, breakfast favorites accept the stomach-filling aid of burgers, sandwiches, and the chefs' renowned Cincinnati-style chili—a hearty combination of chili, oyster crackers, and spaghetti.
Diners linger over third cups of coffee at the counters and cushy green booths of the casual dining room, watching flat-screen TVs mounted to walls where hand-painted murals from local artist Mike Miller stretch out. These paintings depict classic countryside scenes, from verdant fields to rolling mountains and New York City tour groups looking very lost.