COLUMBUS, Ohio — Sunny Street Cafe, a Columbus, Ohio-based breakfast chain, has announced it will be expanding into Eastern Canada with 40 franchised units in Halifax, Quebec, Newfoundland & Labrador and Toronto, building on a western development deal announced in 2011 with the same number of units.
Scott Moffitt, president of Sunny Street Cafe says the company is tapping into the growing breakfast market in Canada. “As a franchise, it’s important to adapt to today’s consumer needs. Breakfast has seen consistent gains over the years as consumers become more health-conscious and aware of breakfast’s importance to your health.”
Area developer Percy Johnson, with the company TriLeRiPer Holdings, is spearheading development in both eastern and western markets. “We’ve done our homework with regard to site selection, construction costs and establishing a strong vendor network of suppliers,” said Johnson. “We’re ready to begin rapid growth and target multi-unit developers that are interested in the underserved breakfast-lunch segment.”
With 14 units in the U.S., Sunny Street Cafe serves breakfast and lunch fare, including eggs, breakfast sandwiches, stuffed biscuits, omelettes, pancakes, burgers, salads and sandwiches. The restaurants are open from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.