This Another Broken Egg Cafe is proud to be locally owned and operated. Since the concept’s inception in 1996, Another Broken Egg Cafe has been crafting chef-inspired dishes with an artisanal flair for breakfast, brunch and lunch that are "craveably" delicious. With a menu loaded with fresh ingredients, creative recipes and seasonal specialties, you can be sure every meal is truly exceptional and will leave you coming back for more.
Mike Craddick grew up in Centerville graduating from Ohio University in 1982. He then moved to New Orleans where he began his career in the restaurant business as a manager of a Wendy’s eventually becoming a district manager of 13 locations. Leaving that position, Mike moved to Memphis to operate several different venues. Eventually he moved back to Centerville to spend more time with family.
Ayo and Molly grew up in Indiana and moved to the Oviedo area in 2011. With impressive business experience including owning two Great Clips locations, the Adewakuns knew they were prepared to follow their dream of opening a restaurant.
After experiencing the food quality, creative dishes and exceptional customer service offered at Another Broken Egg Cafe, the Adewakuns knew it would be a perfect fit for the upscale, fast-growing Oviedo area. The two are excited to share their love of brunch and Another Broken Egg Cafe with their community.
Ryan Bevans started off his career as a young teenager and has been in the customer service business for 10 years. His values of integrity, leadership and hard work have bolstered his journey to becoming the owner of a landscaping, maintenance, and construction company where he has worked on numerous large-scale projects for high-end clientele.
Chris Gouras and his brother, George, opened their first Another Broken Egg Cafe location in April 2011 in Ridgeland, Mississippi. But the idea came from a conversation between Chris and a colleague over dinner one night about the lack of good breakfast restaurants in the area. This exchange sparked a fire within Chris and prompted him to call his brother, George. During the call, both agreed the area could use a good breakfast/brunch option.
Ron and Teresa Schier both come from military backgrounds. Ron is a retired Army Signal Corp Officer from Chicago and Teresa comes from a military family who has lived all over the world. Having lived in and visited over 36 countries, Ron and Teresa agree they would choose no other place to live than Auburn, Alabama. Ron and Teresa have always been deeply passionate about serving others and believe the restaurant business is the best way to do just that in Auburn.
"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.