Jimmy’s Egg® is part of the fast growing casual Breakfast and Lunch segment. Since we started cracking eggs over 40-years ago in a little restaurant in Oklahoma City, our philosophy has been unwavering: Make all of our entrees fresh every day using only quality ingredients and treat every customer like they’re a guest in our home. Today the Jimmy’s Egg system has more than 60 restaurants and is continuing to grow.
Our menu features a variety of entrees for breakfast, brunch and lunch that will satisfy any appetite. From our famous Cracked-To-Order © omelettes to our Skillet Scrambles, flavorful pancakes, fresh salads, juicy burgers and more, our culinary team continues to create dishes that will have you coming back again and again.
Fast Facts About Jimmy’s Egg
With more than 30 years of proven management and operational expertise, strong brand identity and customer loyalty, Jimmy’s Egg provides a unique business model. We offer strong unit level economics and lower investment costs compared to other breakfast concept restaurants. Jimmy’s Egg offers you some of the best advantages in the industry:
Great Tasting Food
There is old adage in the food industry that says “If the food doesn’t taste great, then the cost of the franchise doesn’t really matter”. We pride ourselves on always serving up delicious, home-cooked meals that have won multiple Best Breakfast awards.
As a Jimmy’s Egg franchisee, you have instant access to more than three decades of our valuable experience and proven business methods.
Quality of Life
Operating only 6am to 2pm provides operations simplicity as well as a better quality of life for staff, which makes recruitment and hiring easier.
Low Entry Costs – High Potential
Most of our restaurants are leased 3,000-3,400 sq. ft. end cap spaces, or free standing conversions of former fast food restaurants. It is not a heavy investment model, like many other traditional breakfast concepts with large freestanding buildings. This gives us a nimble, flexible model that can relocate over time as trade area hot spots move to new areas.