Eggs Up Grill opens Pelham Road and Powdersville locations

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The fourth Eggs Up Grill in Greenville opened May 14 in the former Le Peep breakfast spot at 3935 Pelham Road.

Le Peep closed abruptly at the end of January, and Eggs Up moved in soon after to begin renovations.

This opening is bringing 16 new jobs to the market.

“The first time I walked into an Eggs Up Grill, I fell in love with the entire concept,” said Dazz Collins, owner of the newest Greenville location. “I had been a preschool teacher for almost 20 years and never owned a restaurant, but knew I wanted to be part of the brand. I purchased the Woodruff Road location four years ago, and the positive experience led to me to open my second Eggs Up Grill. Our Woodruff Road location offers a family-friendly, laid-back environment where everyone knows your name, and we look forward to carrying that over to this new Eggs Up Grill.”

The two other Greenville locations are in the West End at 31 Augusta St. and McAlister Square at 225 S. Pleasantburg Drive.

The first Powdersville location opens May 20 at 10903 Anderson Road.
“When my husband and I began looking into investment opportunities, we never even considered the restaurant industry,” said Debi Brannon, owner of the new Powdersville location along with her husband, Kevin Brannon. “But the very first time I walked into an Eggs Up Grill, I fell in love with the vibe and called about ownership opportunities that same day. As we went deeper into the process, the doors kept opening – we loved the brand’s business model and hours and then we found the perfect site. Now here we are ready to open and more excited than ever.”

Three additional Upstate-area stores are in Greer and Spartanburg County. As of May 2019, Eggs Up Grill has grown to 32 locations in three states.

Headquartered in Spartanburg, Eggs Up Grill describes itself as “are neighbors serving neighbors,” seven days a week, from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. Over the years, the restaurants have prepared and sold more than 10 million eggs.

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