Celebrate the New Year With All-Day Breakfast, Hawaiian Style

Tropical holiday getaways always seem like a good idea, until you factor in the time, effort and cost. Here’s an idea: skip the pain of travel and still get a unique Hawaiian twist on your holiday by swinging by your local Eggs ’n Things.

The restaurant has announced its first Lucky Bag, in the Japanese tradition of fukubukuro (special bags packed with limited-edition products around New Year’s), along with a seasonal plate to celebrate the coming year.

Hailing from the tropical island of Hawaii, Eggs ‘n Things is a casual restaurant that wows customers with its satisfying All Day Breakfast menu. Not only is the restaurant a go-to for a casual yet fulfilling breakfast or brunch, but it’s also a great destination for dinner, as it offers its tropical dishes from morning to night.

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In the Lucky Bags, which are first-come first-serve from New Year’s Day, you’ll find items specially made for the occasion: a tote bag, mug, and tumbler. But not just that: the bag also contains free tickets for Eggs ‘n Things’ popular Eggs Benedict dishes and soft drinks. Each branch is limited to 30 bags, so for those interested in a tropical delight, an early visit may be a wise choice.

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Hawaiian New Year Plate : 1,800 yen (plus tax)
Available at all Eggs ‘n Things branches from December 26-January 9

Eggs ‘n Things also celebrates the refreshing start of a new year by offering its seasonal plate. The large plate is topped with plenty of delicious foods and local Hawaiian recipes such as garlic shrimp, sea urchin oven omelettes, pork, spam musubi and lomi-lomi salmon. Hawaiian holiday staples perfect for the season such as grilled chicken and pineapple are also served.

The weather outside is getting chilly, so come celebrate the new year in the tropical warmth of Eggs ‘n Things.

For more information visit PR TIMES (Japanese Only)

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