The T.C. Eggington’s Philosophy

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Our Philosophy is Simple…

Since opening our doors in 1985, our philosophy has been the same; our customer is the most important part of our business. We strive for each patron we serve to be treated like a guest would be in our home; feeling welcomed and appreciated while they enjoy a delicious meal that we’ve made just for them.  Our warm and friendly environment, coupled with amazing food creates an enjoyable experience for all our guests!

We’re One Big Family

At T.C. Eggington’s, we pride ourselves on being hands on. Each our our employees is trained by our owners, Thom and Kathy. Many of our staff has been with the restaurant for years – some even decades. Our head chef, David Rodriquez, has been with T.C. Eggington’s for over 30 years! This history coupled with our philosophy of having a welcoming, home-like feel to our restaurant, has made our employees feel like family. And as this big, unconventional, restaurant family, we want our guests to feel like they are part of the tribe.

Our Food

While welcoming and treating our guests with the highest standards is important, so is feeding them amazing food! Our menu consists of family recipes, parlour creations and fresh spins on original favorites. Every item is made to order and from scratch. We offer a variety of house staples, such as our famous bran muffins slathered in one of our homemade jellies, seasonal soup of the day, and fresh-off-the-griddle pancakes. And speaking of jelly, our handcrafted creations come in blackberry, strawberry and apple cinnamon. We serve it generously with any dish, but we think it’s heavenly on our warm English muffins.

Giving Back

In addition to making our customers feel as important as they are to us, we also work to help our community. T.C. Eggington’s is a long time supporter of Team Taylor, a grassroots fundraiser in memory of Taylor, who was lost to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in 2010. In addition, because food is what we do best, T.C. Eggington’s provides soup for over 250 homeless through Paz de Cristo. We enjoy supporting regional schools, and other local businesses like Hickman’s Family Farms where we serve “Breakfast for Dinner”, benefiting the Arizona’s Children Association. And we always have our finger on the pulse of what’s happening in our city, Mesa! We enjoy having percentage brunches for regional charities and schools where they receive a percentage of the event’s sales for their fundraiser. Not to mention we always love having menu specials and hosting our customers for local events and seasonal happenings.

mustard yellow block with white letters we want our customers to feel comfortable and as if each and every person is a guest in our home