The house favorite, called Popeye's Favorite, is ordered most frequently. It contains spinach, of course, bacon and cheese.
The Omelettry was the first breakfast place of its kind in Austin. Kerbey Lane and Magnolia Cafe, two other popular breakfast joints in Austin, were spawned off the Omelettry.
The Omelettry's menu has changed very little since it was first introduced 36 years ago.
This particular customer has been frequenting The Omelettry for their eggs and coffee for 20 years.
The Omelettry is decorated with photos and memorabilia from its 36 years of service. Owner Kenny Carpenter says the memorabilia will follow the restaurant to its new home on Airport Boulevard.
Owner Kenny Carpenter's entire family has worked and grown up at the Omelettry located on Burnet Road. Carpenter recalls his son having a crib in the back office.
The Omelettry employees and wait staff typically stay on with the restaurant for an average of five years. Some of the cooks have been with the restaurant for 20 years.
The original Omelettry location will be demolished after being sold to developers, according to the owner Kenny Carpenter.
Carpenter says his regular customers have assured him that they will bring their business to The Omelettry's new location on Airport Boulevard.