Chicago-based breakfast/lunch spot Yolk is headed to One Arts Plaza. Per a press release, Yolk will serve breakfast and lunch seven days a week (plus "major holidays"!). There are currently five locations in the Chicago area and one in Indianapolis; this will be the first outside the Midwest.
As the name indicates, expect just about every kind of egg dish imaginable, from the standard eggs/toast/meat plates to various Benedicts (including a caprese version and one with pot roast), five-egg omelettes and frittatas, plus chicken and waffles, pancakes, sweet and savory crepes, and red velvet cake French toast that's made from slices of cake that are battered, grilled and topped with strawberries and whipped cream (whoa). For the breakfast-haters that walk among us, there's also a selection of standard issue lunch fare including burgers, salads and wraps. The Dallas location is expected to open sometime in the fourth quarter of this year.
One Arts has been marred by frequent turnover since its inception: Cafe des Artistes closed back in December, and The Greek followed suit in March; neither of their predecessors lasted long either. Fedora closed last month for supposed minor renovations following a small fire but has yet to reopen. In more exciting One Arts news, Michael Martensen's new venture Proof & Pantry is expected to open in the fall.