Just in time for the weekend, Whataburger announced Friday that it’s restoring its full 11 p.m. to 11 a.m. breakfast service, including menu items containing eggs. The venerable burger chain had cut down its breakfast hours earlier this month, citing egg shortages due to avian influenza.

(Courtesy of Whataburger)

In a news release, Whataburger said it is no longer experiencing an egg shortage “after securing additional egg supply.” The restored service hours begin tonight.

Eggs are back! Starting tonight we'll begin serving our full breakfast menu every day from 11pm-11am. #EggsAreBackpic.twitter.com/QdXr2B5NEL

— Whataburger® (@Whataburger) June 19, 2015

In these parts, Whataburger is a late night/early morning dining staple, so the egg rationing stirred a small-scale panic among the taquito-loving masses on social media. The chain, for their part, was often quick to apologize to its fan base.