Louisville brunch restaurant Wild Eggs will open its first Lexington restaurant later this year.
Wild Eggs, which currently has four locations, three in Louisville and one in Denver, will open its first franchise-operated location in the Palomar Centre. The location will be the first of up to 30 restaurants to be operated by a subsidiary of the Lexington-based Traxx Companies which owns and operates 48 Shell gas stations, including 35 in central and south central Kentucky, according to Traxx President Jay Hall.
Wild Eggs, which Hall said is an “upscale breakfast” restaurant, features of a deep menu that is “fresh and from scratch” ranging from what their menu calls breakfast basics to waffles, assorted eggs Benedict dishes, omelets, crepes, waffles, pancakes, French toast, lunch options and more.
“We think that upscale breakfast is a niche that isn’t saturated at this point,” said Hall who expects the Palomar location to open by the end of the year. “The success of all of Lexington’s breakfast spots shows how much the Bluegrass folks love good breakfast food.”