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T.C. Eggington’s celebrates its 25th EGG-iversary November 15th – 19th with a limited-time 25-egg omelet offering for charity

November 12, 2010

Proceeds to benefit East Valley Firefighter Charities

It’s the 25 year EGG-iversary for renowned Mesa eatery T.C. Eggington’s this month!  To celebrate this milestone, the restaurant will offer a signature 25-egg omelet on Monday November 15th through Friday November 19th with proceeds to benefit East Valley Firefighter Charities.

For every person or group who eats the 25-egg omelet during its EGG-iversary week, T.C. Eggington’s will donate $50 to the East Valley Firefighter Charities. Omelets can be plain or filled to the brim with the incredible ingredients from T.C. Eggington’s kitchen.

Also, Friday, November 19, 2010 marks the official 25th Egg-iversary and is also the last chance to order the 25-egg omelet.  Guests will receive complementary bubbly OJ to cheers!

T.C. Eggington’s has been serving up its extraordinary breakfasts, lunches and brunches in Mesa, Arizona since 1985. The restaurant is known for its award-winning traditional family recipes, which are all made from scratch, using only the freshest ingredients. The Arizona Republic honored T.C. Eggington’s recently by listing it as the number 5 in the best breakfasts in the Valley.  They are located at 1660 South Alma School Road, in Mesa, Arizona.

The restaurant uses an average of 800 eggs a day during the week (all eggs purchased locally through Hickman’s Family Farms), and 2400 eggs on weekends. That’s over 8000 every week, or nearly 10.5 million eggs in the 25 years T.C.’s has been serving up eggs. Most folks would consider that eggscellent numbers!

 

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