Vanilla Chai Pancakes.
First Watch

Vanilla Chai Pancakes.

First Watch Unveils New Menu to Start 2020

First Watch announced new seasonal menu items to kick off the new year. The dishes, available nationwide, highlight the breakfast, brunch and lunch concept’s focus on innovation and continue its trend of introducing unexpected flavors to the daytime dining experience.

Fans of First Watch can enjoy the following dishes at their local restaurant through March 15:

  • Brilliant Beet Toast – Whole grain artisan toast topped with beet hummus, fresh avocado, pickled onions, diced red beets, lemon dressed arugula and herbed Goat cheese. Served with two cage-free basted eggs.
  • Vanilla Chai Pancakes – First Watch added vanilla chai and fresh banana to our multigrain pancake batter. Served as three mid-sized pancakes topped with fresh sliced bananas, raspberries, maple-chai almond butter and superseed crunch.
  • Baja Chicken Burrito Bowl – Ancient grain blend and seasoned black beans with salsa verde chicken, pico de gallo, lime crema, kale slaw, fresh sliced avocado, Cotija cheese, fresh cilantro and a cage-free sunny-side-up egg.

And from the Juice Bar:

  • Blue Booster – White grape, blueberry, lemon and basil.

In its restaurants nationwide, First Watch offers craveable, unique breakfast, brunch and lunch options. The concept’s revolving seasonal menus have included items like a Braised Short Rib Benedict, Cornbread Carnitas Breakfast Bowl, Smoked Salmon Tzatziki Toast and Lemon Blueberry Quinoa Pancakes, in addition to seasonal juices, pressed daily from only the highest quality fruits and vegetables. First Watch also offers traditional breakfast, brunch and lunch items like omelets, pancakes, salads and sandwiches. The concept also serves its socially responsible and award-winning Project Sunrise coffee, which supports an independent group of female farmers in Huila, Colombia.

First Watch serves its entire menu seven days a week from 7 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.

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