Who doesn’t love breakfast? For many, we relate it to Sunday morning waking up to the smell of fresh eggs and bacon and the sound of families having conversation. That was how it all started. The premise of Crack’d kitchen was to provide a chef-quality breakfast sandwich and craft coffee in a family-friendly fast-casual environment. This small, narrow space was designed to be as open as possible. The storefront windows are outlined in yellow-painted columns to invite in the sunlight. Murals are painted throughout with farm scenes as well as The Crack’d Credo of which all company decisions are based on. At the rear of the restaurant are custom cracked-egg shape light fixtures hung from reclaimed wood pallets.