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Scramblers bringing their omelet expertise to Pabst Farms in Oconomowoc |

Scramblers bringing their omelet expertise to Pabst Farms in Oconomowoc

When Scramblers, a growing restaurant franchise based in Toledo, Ohio, wanted to expand, it set its sights on Southeastern Wisconsin.

The restaurant, popular for its omelets, decided on Oconomowoc as its first Wisconsin location. The restaurant is scheduled to open in the first or second week of December at 1320 Pabst Farms Circle, Suite 170, in Pabst Farms.

Cory Salazar has been with Scramblers for 15 years and will initially serve as the restaurant’s general manager before helping Scramblers oversee all of the Wisconsin locations. He said Oconomowoc was an ideal spot for the organization.

“There’s so much going on in the area,” Salazar said. “We like Pabst Farms. It’s just so nice. Right off the highway you can hit people coming and going. It was a no-brainer for us for a spot to start. We wanted an upscale community that is going to appreciate a little more upscale breakfast.”

Salazar said Scramblers will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

“We like to say our breakfast is so good that we leave dinner for someone else,” Salazar said.

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Scramblers offers 13 types of omelets, as well as skillets, burgers, sandwiches and more.

Salazar said the plan for Scramblers is to expand into all of Wisconsin.

“We have an aggressive schedule,” Salazar said. “We’re looking to do probably 10 to 15 locations within five years and hopefully more.”

One of the unique aspects of Scramblers is the option of a 36-seat conference room, which is free of charge, offered during the week and which can be reserved in advance.

“It’s just a little room off to the side where you can close the doors, have a meeting or whatever you want to do,” Salazar said. “It takes you away from sitting in the middle of the dining room.”

The entire restaurant will seat 160 and will also feature an outdoor patio area in the front of the restaurant.

The Scramblers brand currently has 30 stores throughout Ohio and Southeast Michigan. For more information on the restaurant, visit

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