The Good Egg

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chewingthefat
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The Good Egg - Thu, 10/31/13 5:07 PM
I just spent 4 days in Tucson, ate at The Good Egg, it was mid afternoon so I got a burger, damn good. I also got a crock of Chili, completely tasteless. Anyone familiar with this small chain?

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Re:The Good Egg - Thu, 10/31/13 5:29 PM
I didn't know it was a chain. I ate breakfast at the Good Egg in Scottsdale back in 2011. It wasn't bad. I was going to have eggs Benedict, but when I read their take on it I was disappointed. Thin sliced ham instead of Canadian bacon. So I ordered a breakfast of three eggs over easy with potatoes, and sausage patties. After that I stuck with the Five and Diner for their terrific chicken fried steak and eggs and home fries.

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Re:The Good Egg - Thu, 10/31/13 6:27 PM
I opened this thread becaue i feared that it was this place, which is truly vile.
 
The Good Egg looks good, (almost as good as that cute waitress in slide #3 on their site).

joerogo
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Re:The Good Egg - Thu, 10/31/13 6:53 PM
I opened this thread because I thought he was talking about me!

MetroplexJim
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Re:The Good Egg - Thu, 10/31/13 7:18 PM
joerogo


I opened this thread because I thought he was talking about me!


I'm sure your new health policy will cover psychiatry.
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Foodbme
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Re:The Good Egg - Fri, 11/1/13 12:27 AM
The Good Egg is an AZ based small chain with 20 locations.
http://www.thegoodeggaz.com/
The menu is similar to a Denny's but the quality of their ingredients and service are a notch above them.
The restaurants are pleasantly decorated, comfortable and clean.
They feature a variety of Southwest Breakfast platters along with regular fare.
It's a good place to eat .

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Re:The Good Egg - Fri, 11/1/13 5:15 AM
The pharma company I currently work for also owns a chain of resturants featuring eggs.  They have several locations now and are opening many more.  I have never seen one or dined there.  Maybe some of you have.?????
 
http://www.anotherbrokenegg.com/
 
Paul E. Smith
Knoxville, TN

MetroplexJim
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Re:The Good Egg - Fri, 11/1/13 11:50 AM
Sundancer7


The pharma company I currently work for also owns a chain of resturants featuring eggs.  They have several locations now and are opening many more.  I have never seen one or dined there.  Maybe some of you have.?????

http://www.anotherbrokenegg.com/

Paul E. Smith
Knoxville, TN


Thanks, Paul.
 
Mrs. Metro and I always go out for Sunday breakfast (not "brunch") - and we are always looking for "something new". 
 
Like all chains they are either already in or "coming soon" to Dallas (where  In-N-Out and Five Guys first met). 
 
Thanks for the "heads-up". 

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Re:The Good Egg - Fri, 11/1/13 1:02 PM
joerogo


I opened this thread because I thought he was talking about me!

Nah Joe, when I think about you, it's Sunny Side UP!