New Tampa First Watch location opens on Westshore next week

The 3,764-square-foot stand-alone building has open air dining options and serves alcohol, a relatively new addition to the company's offerings.

click to enlarge PHOTO VIA FIRST WATCH
Photo via First Watch

A new First Watch location opens at 1111 North Westshore Blvd, on Monday, Sept. 27. All dine-in customers receive complimentary coffee—until Friday, Oct. 1—plus the first 150 people on opening day get a free reusable travel mug.

The 3,764-square-foot stand-alone building has open air dining options and serves alcohol, a relatively new addition to the company's offerings. Specialty drinks include the “Cinnamon Toast Cereal Milk” with coconut rum, cold brew, coconut milk and agave.

The “daytime cafe” chain has been in Tampa for 25 years—Florida for 35—serving its entire elevated seasonal breakfast, brunch and lunch menu (short rib omelet, smoked salmon eggs benedict, pumpkin spice donuts) from 7 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. seven days a week.

For more information, go to firstwatch.com.

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