The Toasted Yolk to open first Inner Loop location in December

Courtesy Toasted Yolk Cafe
Courtesy Toasted Yolk Cafe

Courtesy Toasted Yolk Cafe

The Toasted Yolk Cafe will open its first Inner Loop Houston location at 4601 Washington Ave., Ste. 130, in December. The cafe serves up scratch-made breakfast classics, pancakes, sandwiches and soups, but also boasts a full bar serving brunch cocktails. The restaurant has 10 other Houston-area locations. www.thetoastedyolk.com
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