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At Egg Harbor Café, we love to connect with our guests. We think of you as friends and family! Welcome to our blog, where we invite you to connect with us any time!.

Tim Cook, manager at the Egg Harbor Café in Lincolnshire, joined the team in 2015, while still a student commuting to Carthage College. From his first day on, Tim had fun working at EHC. As a manager, Tim now works to encourage and support his team so that they are in the best position to make sure that guests are having a great experience. Tim loves the culture at Egg Harbor Café, where people find happiness and fulfillment by helping others.

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Tim’s love for energizing people led him to become a health and wellness leader at Egg Harbor. When Tim first arrived, he was a big college football player motivated to become healthier in body and mind. Encouraged by Egg Harbor Café values and trusting that doing one good thing each day adds up over time, Tim took up a healthy diet. He began losing weight and seeing a positive change in his energy levels, work performance and relationships. When his weight loss plateaued, Tim began exercising with Mark Palmieri, a regular guest at Lincolnshire who runs a nearby personal training studio. Over time, Tim’s journey inspired a group of Egg Harbor Café employees, and now they all train together with Mark every Monday for 30 minutes after work.

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Check our ever-changing seasonal menus to find your favorite foods with the finest fresh ingredients available, often locally sourced and always chosen with you in mind! This summer, we feature four seasonal specials to please your palate:

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Fried Green Tomatoes Benedict. A southern delight! Fried green tomatoes atop an English muffin with diced bacon, roasted red peppers, poached eggs and creamy hollandaise sauce. Served with a side of cheese grits.

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Rise and shine! The summer menu begins today! It's the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. Come in, try one of our new menu items, and celebrate summertime.

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1. Smoky Mountain Scrambler

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Door County Coffee and Tea, a micro-roaster in the heart of Door County, Wisconsin, has been sourcing our fantastic flavored coffees since 2011. But who is Door County Coffee and why did we choose their coffee to serve our valued guests? Stick around for Door County Coffee 101!

Who is Door County Coffee and Tea?

Throughout the week, just 10 miles south of the town of Egg Harbor, WI, Door County Coffee and Tea gifts its community with the magical smell of baking coffee beans. The brain child of founder Vicki Wilson in 1993, Door County Coffee has grown from its humble beginnings to now reaching coffee fans all around the globe.

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Located in Door County, Wisconsin

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Egg Harbor Cafe's leaders of today came from different backgrounds and interests. They share a passion for working and developing here. Check out this video series to hear their stories! Watch for more videos and information coming soon to our Career page.

How We Got Started

Meet some of Egg Harbor Cafe's up and coming leaders, and learn a bit about how they got started.

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Looking forward to a happy and healthy 2018? Our carefully sourced, high quality menu offers many creative choices to keep you satisfied and on track. Here are five ideas to help you get started.

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Wheat English muffin, Canadian bacon, avocado, tomato and scrambled cage free egg whites, topped with green salsa and Mozzarella cheese.

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Banana Bread French Toast. Topped with slice banana and powdered sugar

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1. Better Nutrition

Compared to eggs from caged hens, our free range eggs have: 1/3 less Cholesterol, 1/4 less Saturated Fat,
2/3 more Vitamin A, 2 times more Omega 3’s, 3 times more Vitamin E, and 7 times more Beta Carotine.

2. Food Safety

Free Range chicken farming is like a health and wellness program. Free range hens are far more likely to resist disease and salmonella than hens squeezed together in cages.

3. Support Small Family Farms

Mid-States Specialty Eggs provides a sustainable work environment and financially stable business opportunity for 162 Mennonite small family farms in Missouri and Arkansas.

4. Better for Animals and Environment

Our egg farms meet certified-humane standards and have pesticide-free and herbicide-free ground vegetation.

Where Do Our Eggs Come From? Come Tour a Free Range Hen Farm...

Egg Harbor Cafe serves 100% free range eggs sourced from small, certified humane, family-owned farms in Missouri and Arkansas (Mid-States Specialty Eggs). Happy hens, with room to roam and peck, lay large, brown eggs with unsurpassed taste and nutrition.

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Meet Will

Will is one of the many great employees who make Egg Harbor Cafe such a special place to visit and work. We'd love to talk with you about beginning your own journey at Egg Harbor Cafe!