According to recent reporting in The Orlando Sentinel, Orlando’s Keke’s Breakfast Cafe chain will be soon beginning a major expansion plan. The chain is reportedly eyeing 100 restaurants, including some in Tennessee, Texas, California and other states.
“The massive expansion is coming after Denny’s purchased Keke’s, which originated in 2006 on Conroy Road, for $82.5 million last year,” The Sentinel contextualizes.
“Keke’s has also unveiled a new menu with fewer items, which reduces complexity in the kitchen and allows the chain to show off its ingredients,” the Sentinel adds, citing Denny’s CEO Kelli Valade.
“We’re leaning into that Keke’s special sauce to ensure that as we grow, we continue to demonstrate a differentiated offering to all of our guests through the new tagline, ‘Mornings from scratch.”
No addresses have yet been announced.