It can be difficult for breakfastandlunch concepts to open in top sites given their limited hours But Another Broken Egg targets locations with more visibility and can make it work with its unit volumes

It can be difficult for breakfast-and-lunch concepts to open in top sites given their limited hours. But Another Broken Egg targets locations with more visibility, and can make it work with its unit volumes.

The Next 20: Another Broken Egg

NRN takes a look at 20 restaurant chains best positioned to crack the Top 200 — and what they’re doing to get there.     Related: 2016 Next 20: Young chains bring new energy  Gallery: Meet the Next 20  2016 Next 20 sales and unit trend data  See the methodology behind the 2016 Next 20 

Another Broken Egg Cafe’s growth in recent years has been rocket science.

Ron Green decided to follow his dream in the 1990s and start a restaurant to spend more time with his family. His previous job: An engineer with Lockheed Martin who worked on a superconductor and traveled the world.

“He’s like a rocket scientist,” Another Broken Egg chief marketing officer Jan Barnett said.

Green opened Another Broken Egg in Mandeville, La., in 1

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