Founded in 1995, Skillets is Florida’s own breakfast and lunch place, and it’s working to bring its proven food offerings to more customers here in South Florida. Skillets has a total of sixteen locations either open or under development, and one of them is on its way to Wellington, opening at 13860 Wellington Trace, according to the restaurant’s website.
“We only use premium ingredients such as AA large eggs, thick-cut smokehouse bacon, unbleached stone-ground flours, whole-milk buttermilk, and top-of-the-line deli meats. Our proprietary blend of ‘ground-per-brew’ whole bean Guatemalan coffee delights guests for its smooth yet rich flavors,” the Skillets website says. “We invite you to join us and taste the Skillets difference!”
The Skillets breakfast and lunch menu is, to put it simply, enormous, with a wide range of breakfast, brunch, and lunch offerings. It currently features Summer Specials like Green Eggs and Ham (the eggs get their green color from a Basil Pesto, along with chopped cilantro and chives) and the Veggie Quesadilla.
Summertime Budget Specials include the Skillet Omelet (AA Egg Omelet with Bacon, Tomato, and Swiss Cheese, topped with Fresh Avocado. Served with Skillets Potatoes, Toast, and a Fresh Fruit Ramekin) and the Panegger (A Scratch-made Buttermilk or Whole-grain Pancake with two Eggs any style, Smokehouse Bacon Strip or Pork Sausage, and a Fresh Fruit Ramekin).
What Now reached out on Tuesday to owner Joe Digangi to inquire about the upcoming location. Digangi was not immediately available for comment.