Sugar Land, TX

ADDRESS
1912 Wescott Avenue Suite 250
Sugar Land - TX - 77479
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Mon-Sun: 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM
(Closed Christmas, Thanksgiving)
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Areeb Manji Another Broken Egg Cafe

"In life, like hockey, you have to skate where the puck will be, not where the puck was." -Wayne Gretzky

Areeb Manji has always known he wanted to open his own restaurant; a desire that was bolstered during the seven years he worked in the industry after graduating college in Houston. Just like Gretzky, Areeb understands the need to plan for the future and make moves toward where you need to be to achieve success.

Seeing the increasing interest in breakfast and lunch eateries in the past few years, Areeb was inspired to get into that restaurant daypart. Areeb was drawn to the high-quality dishes and friendly staff at Another Broken Egg Cafe and decided he had found his niche in the industry.

Areeb Manji was born in Boston and moved to Sugar Land at the age of three. Having grown up in town and completed his education in the Houston area, Areeb knows the people of Sugar Land and wanted to open this cafe for them. He saw a great opportunity in Sugar Land because of its family-centered lifestyle.

The people of Sugar Land have a unifying desire to see families, schools, churches and businesses spend quality time together, and what better way to do so than enjoying a fresh, delicious meal that won’t break the bank? Areeb knew Another Broken Egg Cafe serves high-quality dishes at an affordable price and believed the cafe would be a perfect fit for his hometown.

The Sugar Land cafe will feature a dog-friendly patio as well as the first ever all vegetarian/vegan menu. Areeb wanted the comfortable atmosphere of his cafe to be a great spot for all to enjoy which is why he is proud to offer a unique and differentiated menu with a variety of indulgent, healthy and even gluten-friendly entrees that adults and kids can enjoy.

Areeb is joined in this endeavor by his younger brother, Ozy, who will be managing the Sugar Land cafe until he opens his own cafe in Katy.