Downtown Davenport and the Quad Cities has a brand new breakfast and brunch spot. Toasted is its name and they are now ready to serve up their food to the Quad Cities. They are holding a second soft opening tonight (Thursday, Sept. 9) and their grand opening kicks off on Friday.

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Get ready to brunch it up, Quad Cities! Toasted is Davenport's newest breakfast spot in the heart of downtown Davenport. Located at 118 E 4th St, the right-hand side of E 4th St., the teal building is hard to miss.

They held their first soft opening on Wednesday, September 8, and their second one is today, September 9. The soft openings were for reservation only due to the high demand of the public.

Toasted is having its grand opening this weekend and it starts tomorrow, Friday, September 10. The owners and staff of Toasted are asking those who want to experience Davenport's newest breakfast and brunch destination to stop in Friday through Sunday between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m.

According to Toasted's Facebook page, they will be open Sunday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Toasted will be serving up many different breakfast items, breakfast cocktails, and adult beverages.

Breakfast menu items include different varieties and combinations of toasts, eggs benedict, french toast, pancakes, waffles, breakfast meats, omelets, chicken and waffles, and much more.

A full breakfast cocktail menu is available too. Toasted has mimosas, mules, bloody mary's, beer, wine, and other cocktails available for purchase. Pepsi products, coffee, and other nonalcoholic beverages are on the menu for purchase too.

More details can be found on their website and Facebook page. Like many restaurants in the Quad Cities, Toasted is looking for workers. You can find more details here on how you can join their team.

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