In late August, Breakfast Club 51 is tentatively set to open in McKinney. The restaurant concept serves a variety of fresh breakfast and lunch dishes. Some popular menu items include biscuits, which are baked fresh each morning. Some dishes combine a variety of fresh vegetables, local and tropical fruits, dried fruits, nuts, and other quality ingredients.
Other menu items are omelets, crepes, waffles, eggs Benedict, yogurts, and smoothies. Lunch offerings include a variety of sandwiches, burgers, wraps, and salads. Diners can enjoy a mimosa, cocktail, or beer with their meals.
Breakfast Club 51 has one location that opened recently at 1212 North U.S. Highway 377 in Roanoke. A recent project filing lists the new McKinney Breakfast Club 51 in a 3,500-square-foot space that must undergo a tenant finish out at 7570 TX-121 South, Ste. 100. The restaurant concept plans to open a total of 51 locations across the state of Texas over the next five years.
“McKinney is a very good market for breakfast, and we are hoping that it will provide us the platform to reach our goal in the next 5 years,” said Habib Akbari, Breakfast Club 51 owner. Akbari added Breakfast Club 51’s goal is to collaborate with area schools and local churches, as well as be an active member of the McKinney community.
“At Breakfast Club 51, we are fully dedicated to our customers: to offer them an experience that will allow them to start the day on the right foot. Everything that is produced in our kitchen respects this philosophy: Freshness, a quick and courteous service, and a warm atmosphere,” Akbari told What Now Dallas in an email.