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First Watch (restaurant chain)

American restaurant chain

First Watch is an American restaurant chain based in Bradenton, Florida.[2] As of June 2021, the chain has more than 420 locations in 28 states and 9,000 employees.[3] First Watch is also the owner of Sun & Fork by First Watch, a fast-casual café concept located in Nashville, Tennessee.[4]

First Watch offers menu items such as avocado toast, smoked salmon eggs benedict, farm stand breakfast tacos, lemon ricotta pancakes, and a fresh juice bar.[5]


The name First Watch is a nautical reference to the first work shift aboard a ship as First Watch restaurants are only open from 7:00 AM to 2:30 PM.[6] The first location was opened in Pacific Grove, California in 1983 by Ken Pendery and John Sullivan. The co-owners founded it after leaving the Le Peep breakfast chain in Colorado. In 1986, they moved their headquarters to Bradenton, Florida.[7]


In 2014, First Watch bought The Good Egg, which is located in Arizona. As of 2021, 18 of The Good Egg restaurants have been converted into First Watch restaurants.[3] In May 2015, the company acquired the Colorado-based Egg & I Restaurants chain.[3] The Egg & I has 114 eateries across twenty states.[4] Not every Egg & I Restaurant location will become a First Watch, but as of 2016, 22 conversions had been completed. In 2012 First Watch ranked as the best breakfast chain in a survey of 150,000 Consumer Reports readers earning top ratings in taste, service, value, and menu choices.[8]

In 2017 private equity firm Advent International bought a majority stake in First Watch. Advent International bought First Watch from Freeman Spogli & Co, which obtained First Watch in 2011.[9]Freeman Spogli & Co. bought out the 85 percent stake previously held by Catterton Partners.[8] Catterton's stake was acquired in 2004 with a $35 million investment that allowed First Watch to expand in the Southeast and Midwest, doubling the number of First Watch restaurants.[10] First Watch has a large presence in Florida, Texas, Ohio, Colorado, and Arizona. First Watch and the Egg & I restaurants serve breakfast, brunch, and lunch and offer a wide variety of items.[9]

In 2018, First Watch began to source its coffee from Huila, Colombia to “support hard-working women and their families in Huila in 2018.” Royal Cup Coffee, an Alabama-based coffee company, roasts the coffee.[11] In October 2021, First Watch went public with an initial public offering raising $170 million on Nasdaq.[12]


  1. ^ abCite error: The named reference was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  2. ^"Restaurant chain First Watch announces construction of new headquarters in Manatee County". Business Observer. June 25, 2019. Retrieved October 12, 2021.
  3. ^ abc"First Watch's bold growth move | Jax Daily Record | Financial News & Daily Record - Jacksonville, Florida". Financial News & Daily Record - Jacksonville, Florida. September 11, 2017. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  4. ^ abAntonation, Mark (May 28, 2015). "First Watch Opens First Denver Branch, Acquires The Egg & I". Westword. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  5. ^danny (February 2, 2016). "First Watch Inks Largest Franchise Agreement to Date". Food Newsfeed. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  6. ^"Our History - First Watch". First Watch website. Archived from the original on October 7, 2017. Retrieved October 7, 2017.
  7. ^FaqsArchived March 21, 2012, at the Wayback Machine First Watch website
  8. ^ abMark Albright Breakfast, lunch, success First Watch chain is making the most of the early end of the day March 27, 2012, Tampa Bay Times[dead link]
  9. ^ abEditorial, Reuters. "Advent invests in U.S. café operator First Watch Restaurants". U.S. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  10. ^John Hielscher Firm buys First Watch restaurant chainArchived copy December 23, 2011, Sarasota Herald-Tribune
  11. ^"Restaurant Chain First Watch Revamps Coffee Program with Single-Origin Focus". Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine. January 11, 2018. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  12. ^"First Watch raises $170M in IPO". Restaurant Business. September 30, 2021.

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Here at First Watch, we begin each morning at the crack of dawn, slicing fresh fruits and vegetables, baking muffins and whipping up our French toast batter from scratch. Everything is made to order and freshness is never compromised. We don’t use heat lamps or deep fryers — we use only the finest ingredients possible for the freshest taste around. When you arrive, we welcome you with a pot — not just a cup — of our Project Sunrise coffee, along with complimentary newspapers and WiFi Internet access.

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So is our fresh approach to friendly, fast and accommodating service. It’s all part of our You First™ service philosophy - doing whatever it takes to make your visit memorable and to keep you coming back for more. At First Watch, you’ll always have your very own pot of freshly brewed Project Sunrise Coffee, the ability to order anything on our menu anytime of day, the choice to substitute whatever you need to fit your dietary restrictions, free newspapers, free WiFi and the pleasure of taking your sweet time to enjoy every minute of your First Watch experience.

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