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An inside look at the Louisville area’s newest breakfast/brunch spot

Hoosiers are getting a new breakfast, brunch and lunch option. Wild Eggs' first Southern Indiana location, at 1450 Veterans Parkway in the Jeffersonville Town Center shopping development, opens today. Its menu includes breakfast items, such as biscuits, crepes and pancakes as well as soups and sandwiches for brunch and lunch, just like at the chain's other locations. Business First photographer William DeShazer had a look around at the new location last week. You'll find his photos in the attached slideshow. Read Full Article

By |2021-12-21T09:52:13-05:00October 31, 2021|Press|

The Feed: Wild Eggs, Metazoa Brewing Co., and More

» Louisville-based brunch spot Wild Eggs (1438 W. Main St., Carmel, 317-993-3350) launched its first Indy-area location in February and will open another outpost at the corner of Mass Ave and Delaware Street (314 N. Delaware St.) on May 2. » According to The Indianapolis Star, a handful of restaurants, including Mimi Blue Meatballs (874 Massachusetts Ave., 317-737-2625), are opening Hamilton County locations this spring and summer. Read Full Article

By |2021-12-21T09:52:18-05:00October 31, 2021|Press|

Wild Eggs expands with new Jeffersonville location

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A helping of Wild Eggs is now being served up in southern Indiana. A new location of the popular local breakfast chain just opened in the Jeffersonville Town Center on Veterans Parkway. The restaurant is owned by a new franchisee, Hamburger and Eggs. This is the first location in southern Indiana, and owners say they're excited to expand to Jeffersonville. The first Wild Eggs opened in Louisville in 2007. There are now ten locations spread across Kentucky, Indiana and Colorado. The chain is opening other locations soon in Nashville, downtown Indianapolis and [...]

By |2021-12-21T09:50:17-05:00October 31, 2021|Press|

Wild Eggs in Louisville Wins Best Hot Brown Category

Unlike many iconic American sandwiches, there is absolutely no doubt as to the origin of the Hot Brown. In fact its name includes its origin.  It was originally created at the Brown Hotel in Louisville as an alternative to a ham and egg late night supper by Fred K. Schmidt in 1926. It is an open faced sandwich with turkey and bacon covered in a Mornay sauce (cheese sauce) then broiled until bubbly and brown. Read Full Article

By |2021-10-31T04:42:58-04:00October 31, 2021|Press|

Wild Eggs is serious about breakfast

First taste Wild Eggs. Wild, how? Untamed? Unruly? Unusual? Eggs prepared in all forms are at the heart of this breakfast-brunch-lunch eatery that first opened in Louisville Kentucky in 2007. Founder Jeffrey Rothberg was inspired by his great grandfather, a potato farmer, whose family tradition of big hearty breakfasts meant an important time at the table together. The wild — as in spectacular — egg varieties, deftly executed and amiably served, have made the regional brand wildly popular. The Nashville branch recently opened downtown on Union Street. Read Full Article

By |2021-12-21T09:50:24-05:00October 31, 2021|Press|

New breakfast restaurant to open in Oakley

OAKLEY – A new restaurant will provide customers with a chance to make their own omelet. Wild Eggs will open at Oakley Station in the coming months. “(Our) intention is to provide a better breakfast experience with high end service,” said Jeffrey “JD” Rothberg, founder and president of Wild Eggs. Both Rothberg and co-owner Shane Hall have a background in fine dining. Both come from what Hall describes as a “white tablecloth background.” In addition to a more high end atmosphere, Wild Eggs will also serve a unique selection of items. In addition to a [...]

By |2021-12-21T09:49:43-05:00October 31, 2021|Press|
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