The Toasted Yolk Cafe to open in Highland Village

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The Toasted Yolk Cafe is scheduled to open March 1 in Highland Village at the former IHOP location. (Barb Delk/Community Impact Newspaper)

The Toasted Yolk Cafe is scheduled to open March 1 in Highland Village at the former IHOP location. (Barb Delk/Community Impact Newspaper)

The Toasted Yolk Cafe is scheduled to open a new location March 1 at 3020 Justin Road in Highland Village.

The breakfast and lunch spot will take over the former IHOP location. The location will be the first in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, owner Joe Arnett said. Arnett is one of four people who own the location.

“We are extremely excited about the opportunity,” Arnett said.

The menu includes a variety of breakfast and lunch options, including egg dishes, omelets, pancakes and power bowls. Lunch features sandwiches, salads and soups. The restaurant also offers specialty drinks, coffees and a full bar.

“All our different choices and selections are top quality,” Arnett said.


Catering and private events will also be available at the new The Toasted Yolk Cafe location, he said.

During the 2022 grand opening, first responders will dine for free, he said.

Community outreach is also important to Arnett and the other owners. The location will participate in school sponsorships and other community events, he said.

Highland Village’s new eatery will not be the only of its kind in DFW for long. Arnett and the other co-owners plan to open four other locations in the coming years. They intend to open locations in West Plano, Frisco, McKinney and another location to be named.

“This will be the first of many we are opening for us,” he said.

The plan is to open one new location a year.

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