Annapolis resident orders Breakfast Shoppe's 1 millionth egg

  • Area woman is unaware that she is a prize-winner
Area woman is unaware that she is a prize-winner (Photo courtesy the Breakfast…)
August 20, 2012|By Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun

Annapolis resident Stephanie Freeman was the lucky winner of breakfast-for-two for a year at the Breakfast Shoppe.

According to owner Kyle Algaze, it was Freeman's first time at the popular Severna Park restaurant. She and her husband almost didn't wait, but they decided to stay. Turns out she ordered the Breakfast Shoppe's 1 millionth egg.

Anne Arundel County Sheriff Ron Bateman --stepping in for "Street Bike" Tommy Passemante -- was on hand to present the prize to Freeman, who, Algaze said, had been after her husband to go to the Breakfast Shoppe for a year. 

The Breakfast Shoppe opened in its current location in June 2010.  Algaze said that the restaurant started serving on average about 8,000 eggs a week its first year. By the second year, it was serving 10,000 eggs a week.

 

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