Another Broken Egg Cafe, the Miramar Beach-based breakfast-lunch chain, is preparing to open in Tapestry Park near Jacksonville’s Tinseltown area in Southside.
The sit-down casual dining café specializes in breakfast, brunch and lunch.
Owner Cojak Investments of Lake Mary LLC applied for a building permit for a $220,000 interior remodel at 4828 Deer Lake Drive W., No. 9.
Franchise owner Jake Alleman said it should open in August. It will have 154 seats. He said three more sites are in review.
The Jacksonville hours are 7 a.m.-2 p.m. daily except for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The menu includes omelettes, pancakes, egg specialties, salads, burgers, sandwiches, side items and drinks including mimosas, margaritas, mojitos and others, such as Creole Au Lait, which involves vanilla schnapps.
Another Broken Egg operates in 12 states. Florida has 12 locations, including Jacksonville, with two more coming soon. No other Jacksonville area locations were listed.
The chain’s site criteria for franchisees state that the locations are ideally 3,500 to 4,000 square feet with covered exterior seating for additional outdoor dining. The desired location is the end unit in a “boutique mall environment” in a commercial area.
Another Broken Egg needs eight to 12 full-time and 10-15 part-time workers.
It depends on the region, but the average per-person check is $13.
The company’s website is anotherbrokenegg.com.
Publix build-outs OK’d
Publix Super Markets Inc. won city approval for permits to renovate its Argyle and Deerwood stores.
The city approved the permits, which total $925,000, for the Lakeland-based chain to renovate its almost 51,000-square-foot store at 6001 Argyle Forest Blvd. and its almost 47,000-square-foot location at 9964 Old Baymeadows Road.
McIntyre Elwell & Strammer General Contractors Inc. is handling both.
Publix also applied to renovate the façade of the Deerwood store.
The two are among at least 10 stores that Publix is renovating or rebuilding in Jacksonville. Constructions costs for those projects total more than $8 million.
Publix.com shows almost 30 Publix stores in Duval County.
Aldi hiring for St. Augustine store
Aldi, which calls itself the nation’s low-price grocery leader, is hiring for its St. Augustine store, expected to open later this year. No date was specified in a news release.
The store is in Seabridge Square at 1795 U.S. 1 S.
Aldi will hold two hiring events at the World Golf Village Renaissance in St. Augustine.
The first is today, from 7 a.m.-noon and 1-6 p.m. The second is scheduled for the same timeframe July 12.
Aldi said it will hire store associates at $10.50 an hour, shift managers at $14.50 an hour and manager trainees at $21 an hour. Employees working at least 20 hours a week receive full health insurance, dental coverage and a 401(k).
Job requirements call for applicants to be at least 18 years old, have a high school diploma or GED, be able to work anytime between 5 a.m. and 11 p.m., and be able to lift 45 pounds.
Retail experience is preferred; and management experience is preferred for manager trainees. There will be drug screening and background checks.
Aldi operates almost 1,300 U.S. stores in 32 states, from Kansas to the East Coast. The stores sell a streamlined selection of goods, primarily under its exclusive brands. Aldi is an international chain with U.S. offices near Chicago.
Aldi also plans a Clay County store in Middleburg and is expected to open more in the area.
Aldi operates at least 20 stores in Florida.
For more information about the chain, visit aldi.com.
Restaurant on the rise
• Wendy’s is pursuing development of a restaurant at 12742 Durbin Lake Drive in Bartram Park. It’s a 3,450-square-foot location on 0.88 acre.
Food-related businesses filed names recently with the state Division of Corporations under the Fictitious Name Law to operate:
• Azucena Corner Deli, by Sidy Sant Holding LLC, 100 E. Forsyth St. Sidy Sant’s manager is Cheikh Mboup.
• Cake Envy, by Ronda Jackson, 3294 Abbeyfield Lane.
• 8 Flags Bar & Grill and 8 Flags Bar & Grill of Amelia Island, 1417 Sadler Road, Fernandina Beach, by Harbor Wear of Amelia Island Inc., Fernandina Beach. Harbor Wear’s president is Lisa M. Morrison and vice president is Thomas E. Morrison Jr., both of Fernandina Beach, and secretary is James D. Mabee of Charlevoix, Mich.
• Café Llano Bonito, by Costa Primera Inc., 130 Vera Cruz Drive, No. 732, Ponte Vedra Beach. David J. Eddelman of Ponte Vedra Beach is president and Brian L. Green of Jacksonville is vice president of Costa Primera.
• Pearl of the Sea Bed and Breakfast with Restaurant, by Ocean Romance LLC, 7601 Florida A1A S., St. Augustine. Ocean Romance’s managing member is James M. Henslin and manager is Anita Henslin, both of St. Augustine.
• The Gastro Gnome Food Truck LLC, by Robert Field, 1226 Cherry St.
Licensed to serve
Duval County Tax Collector Michael Corrigan issued business licenses for:
• Veloce Pizzeria Napoletana LLC, to Ridge Sink, 1406 Hendricks Ave.
• Jax Beer Ventures 1 LLC, to Wayne Neal Farmer, 9700 Deer Lake Court, No. 1.
• The Pig Bar-B-Q, to E.C. Mur Co., 11925 Beach Blvd.
• Brew Five Points LLC, to Jack Ryan Twachtman, 1024 Park St.
• Sunny Puff Cotton Candy, to Amy Herbertson, 1818 Sable Palm Lane, Jacksonville Beach, mobile vendor.
• First Coast Seafood Shack Inc., to Larmeka James, 11041 Beach Blvd., A44, mobile vendor.
• Zaxby’s, 9710 Applecross Road.
• Family Fun Foodery Dick’s Wings & Grill, 6055 Youngerman Circle.
• Moxie, 4972 Big Island Drive.
• Tapa That, 820 Lomax St.