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How a boozy brunch chain pushed through the pandemic

The Toasted Yolk Cafe is going head-to-head with others in its growing full-service breakfast-lunch category.
The Toasted Yolk
Photograph courtesy of The Toasted Yolk Cafe

Chris Milton, CEO of the 17-unit full-service chain The Toasted Yolk Cafe, joins this latest edition of the "Buzzworthy Brands" podcast.

Milton discusses how his chain's extensive lunch menu helps differentiate it from other boozy brunch concepts, as well as the operational shifts made by the brand to survive the pandemic. 

Tune in for more details on The Toasted Yolk's upcoming growth plans. 

 

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