If four people are making 50 omelets, you'll be cooking over an hour - IF you each can finish an omelet every 5 minutes. Barefoot Contessa has a story about her first time at cooking for a crowd - she made omelets. She said she never got out of the kitchen to enjoy her guests & she'd never do it again.
Have you ever experienced a real party disaster?
"That's easy -- it was 1969, and my husband and I were just married and living in North Carolina. I threw a big Sunday brunch for a crowd of 20 that I hardly knew, and determined to make a fresh omelet for each guest! I knew immediately what I had done wrong. A party isn't about food, it's about people. I spent all my time in the kitchen, and from the living room -- no talking, no laughter!" http://www.booksense.com/people/archive/gartenina.jsp
How about doing a few pans of strata instead? If you want to give people choices, you could several different types with choice of meat & veggies. Then have some type of potato dish, muffins/bagels & fruit. Enjoy your party - less stress is best!
Dorothy aka Martha
Somewhere over the rainbow...