Breakn Eggs put a French twist on traditional breakfast
WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y. (WKBW) - If you're like me, you could eat breakfast food any time of day!
Break'n Eggs is a cozy restaurant serving breakfast and lunch options right in front of your eyes.
The restaurant, owned by Annie and Robert Sweeney, has been dishing out hot meals for about five years now.
Co-owner Annie Sweeney is originally from Quebec City, where crepes are a tasty tradition. She brought this specialty to the Queen City and put a French twist on traditional breakfast.
The Sweeneys pride themselves on making their customers feel right at home. Chef Robert Sweeney says he has regulars that come in every week and knows what they want before they sit down!
The restaurant also features a Buckwheat crepe, which is great for gluten-free breakfast lovers.
The couple will open a new location, Break'n Eggs Creperie Express, in either late September or early October in Amherst.
What's the best part? It will have a drive-thru window for foodies on-the-go!
But for now, you can treat yourself to a sweet crepe Tuesday through Sunday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 5235 Main Street in Williamsville.