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Yelps Top 100 Brunch Places, May 2019

6 Valley Restaurants among Yelp’s top Brunch Spots, May 2019

“Phoenix Restaurants Roll Out Pumpkin Dishes”, October 2018

“Phoenix Restaurants that Stand the Test of Time”, September 2018

“8 Great Deals for Father’s Day Dining”
Phoenix New Times, June 2018

“Batter Up! Brunch and Baseball in Phoenix”
Visit Arizona, January 2018

“12 Valley Restaurants that Stand the Test of Time”, January 2016

“23 Best Things to Do in Mesa, Arizona”
-Dream Vacation Magazine, October 2015

“20 Places For Grilled Sandwiches in Phoenix”, September 2015

“Menus and McMahon: T.C. Eggington’s”
-KTAR News, October 2014

20 Places for Omelets in Metro Phoenix, September 2014

T.C. Eggington’s Takes on the Ice Bucket Challenge Part 1 / Part 2
-Fox 10 Phoenix, August 2014

Ice Bucket Challenge at T.C. Eggington’s
-East Valley Tribune, August 2014

Visionary Foodies Reshape Mesa’s Culinary Scene
-Stark Insider, February 2014

Remodeled T.C. Eggington’s adds brunch cocktails
-The Arizona Republic, May 2013

The A-List: Best Breakfast Restaurants
-ABC 15, 2013

Best Breakfast Joints to Start Your Day
-College Times, 2013

TC Eggington’s owners open Ncounter on Mill Avenue
— Mouth By Southwest, 2011

“TC Eggington’s is by far the best breakfast spot around. I have been going to TC Eggington’s for breakfast with my family since I was a little girl and now I take my own family. They are kid friendly and have the most amazing food, there is nothing like it. A great experience from the time you walk in the door. The staff is friendly, the owner knows you by name and the food is out of this world.”
— Trip Advisor, 2010

“If you’re perusing the lunch menu, consider the albacore tuna, apple, walnut salad – crisp, fresh and filling. The Natie Bomb and the grilled chicken feta sandwiches also are high on my list of favs.”
— Yelp, 2010

“Most restaurants serve fries with their sandwiches, TC Egg makes a different, fresh from scratch soup every day to go with their really tasty sandwiches. And their omelettes are just as thoughtful, from the one stuffed with crab, artichoke hearts and hollandaise, to the fritattas. I usually split a meal so I can have the walnut chocolate pie (sinful!) for dessert!”
— Urban Spoon, 2010

“This country-kitchen-themed restaurant’s huge breakfast menu includes such specialties as French toast made with cinnamon bread dipped in custard batter and crab stuffed pastries.”
— East Valley Tribune, 2009

10 Places for a Great Breakfast, 2008
— Jess Harter, Get Out

“Decisions, decisions, decisions. The frittata with chorizo, cheese and jalapenos? The apple pecan pancakes with brown sugar cinnamon? The superb cinnamon bread French toast dipped in a custardy batter? Luckily, tomorrow is another day.”
— Howard Seftel, The Arizona Republic,
Top 10 Breakfast Spots” 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011

“Wake-up fare that’s worth waking up for.”
— The Tempe Republic, 2008

“T.C. Eggington’s puts country quality on a busy corner. The large omelets are perfectly cooked and delicious.”
— East Valley Tribune, 2007

“Stepping into this restaurant is like making yourself at home in a country cottage…”
— Get Out, “Devil Picks,” 2005

“Nobody does better French toast.”
— Howard Seftel, Arizona Republic, 2000

“It’s very apparent the food is made from scratch…everything tastes fresh.”
— Get Out, 1998

“Eggington’s is fun, different, and affordable.”
— Phoenix Gazette, 1986

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