Scramblers wants to open five area restaurants

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Scramblers Director of Franchising Kelly Buerk said the Toledo, Ohio-based company is committed to open five restaurants in the Jacksonville area.
The breakfast and lunch restaurant will open its first two Jacksonville locations at 9840 Old Baymeadows Road in Deerwood Village Mall and at 1500 University Blvd W. in Lakewood South.
They will be first two Scramblers in Florida and are corporate owned.
“Florida is a dynamite area for a Scramblers,” Buerk said by email June 30. said the first two Jacksonville restaurants will open in August.
Colliers Senior Associate Jason K. Hinson represents Scramblers in the area.
Hinson said after the first two open, Scramblers will look for more sites, including in Duval and St. Johns counties.
Scramblers has 24 locations in Ohio and two in Michigan. It is franchising to expand.
It operates 6:30 a.m.- 3 p.m. daily. The menu includes breakfast and lunch, including omelets, egg dishes, pancakes, sandwiches, salads and more.
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