Off 64th and Nob Hill you'll find a few places all tucked away in that area. A Walgreens, a barber and stylist, a pet groomer, a Mexican restaurant and, soon, you'll find a place that serves breakfast. Not just breakfast during breakfast time, but breakfast All. Effin. Day. with Effin Egg.

I just noticed the sign the other day and the name sounded vaguely familiar. It turns out they have 3 others locations but they're all on the east coast. New York, NY, Morristown, NJ, and down south in Decatur, GA.

This will mark the first and, so far, only location west of the Mississippi River and will be right here in Yakima.

As you'd imagine with a name like Effin Egg, they have a bit of an attitude with their marketing as well. This is from the 'about' section of their website.

This is not your grand pa’s breakfast place. At Effin Egg we have some dope ass coffee. We roast our beans in small batches daily to give you the best tasting coffee around, as we say…Potheads Welcome!

John Riggs
John Riggs

The menu? Well, I hope you love breakfast sandwiches as much as I do as they have a lot to choose from. Their staple, the OG is egg, bacon, cheddar and a signature Mexican sauce (whatever that means) in a warm brioche bun. They feature several other breakfast sandwiches as well as, not only breakfast burritos, but breakfast tacos as well.

They also have mini pancakes and waffles on the menu, too. All convenient and easy to take on the go.

I'm very much so looking forward to this place opening. When it does, I'll be first in line.

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