Wash Park breakfast joint closes

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Wild Eggs closed its restaurant at the corner of Alameda Avenue and Logan Street. (Aaron Kremer)

A Wash Park brunch spot has poached its last egg.

Wild Eggs shut down on the corner of Alameda Avenue and Logan Street over the weekend.

Owner Michael Rothberg said in an email statement to BusinessDen that he wanted to spend more time with family and had been looking for someone to step in or do a new concept, but had not found anyone.

The restaurant occupied around 5,000 square feet, according to a flyer.

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Wild Eggs closed its restaurant at the corner of Alameda Avenue and Logan Street. (Aaron Kremer)

A brunch spot on the corner of Alameda Avenue and Logan Street has poached its last egg.

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