Keke's Breakfast Cafe

It's like your hometown diner grew up and went to the city.

Franchise Overview

Welcome To The Breakfast Experience You Always Remembered

Do you have memories of having a breakfast where everything was perfect? Maybe it was at some out-of-the-way restaurant when you were on a trip, where everything was made to order using fresh ingredients. Or, maybe it was a stack of your grandmother's pancakes that come to mind.
The taste and the memory is permanently etched in your mind. We often hear that "breakfast is the most important meal of the day", and yet breakfast has become the forgotten meal in today's harried society where quality has been sacrificed for efficiency. Liquid eggs, frozen ingredients and processed foods have become common ingredients in today's breakfast restaurants, making it very difficult to find anything that lives up to those special memories. Ask someone if they have a favorite place to get a good steak or a pizza or a burger and they will rattle off their favorite places to dine out. But ask someone their favorite breakfast place and you will likely be greeted with a blank stare. 

Wouldn't it be great if you could rediscover an exceptional breakfast experience and also be able to share it with others? Keke's Breakfast Cafe would like to offer you the opportunity to do just that every day while owning your own business at the same time. 


There are currently no opportunities for Keke's franchises in the Orlando market. We are close to closing the state of Florida, but are still accepting Franchise Applications for single unit locations at this time. Additionally, we are not opening franchises in international markets.

Consideration for domestic markets outside of Florida will be given to a potential multi-unit operator of 10 or more units.

If you have interest in a single Keke’s Breakfast Cafe Franchise or non-Florida multi-unit markets, please contact Keke's Breakfast Cafe for more information.

All Keke's Breakfast Cafe locations are open daily 7:00am to 2:30pm (closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day)