If you are a person of color, do not visit this location! They will not serve you!!! I learned the hard way!!!
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First: if you're going on the weekend, download and use the NoWait app. It dramatically cuts the amount of sitting around you'll have to do at the restaurant (around noon on a Sunday, the wait was around a half hour). It appears you can also...More
I have enjoyed going to First Watch for breakfast with my family. They are a farm to table establishment and the food is always fresh and delicious. They always have something new on the menu... perhaps seasonal. Reasonably priced and kid friendly.
Three of us and we all ordered something different. I had a Truffled Wild Mushroom Frittata, my wife the Avocado Toast and my brother a Chili Chorizo Omelet. All were outstanding. There were only 2 tables open when we got there and the 2nd one...More
This is a Breakfast/Brunch only type of restaurant. I'm on NO health kick so I'll shamelessly admit my favorite thing here is called Million Dollar Bacon, which is baked candied bacon...4 slices for $4.99. The menu features standard Breakfast foods, and Brunch type sandwich fare....More
Great place for nice Breakfast with the family. The inside décor is very nice and the food was outstanding . It is expensive as breakfast go, but great for quality event.
omelet... bacon and avacado, the breakfast fries, or the toasted multigrain bread... Or perhaps it was the waffle... maybe it was the service or the excellent coffee... whatever it was, my wife and I turned to each other as we left and simultaneously said, "Why...More
I enjoyed 2 eggs with avocado toast. YUM! So, so delicious. It's a little pricey but the portions are quite large so sharing is an option. My companions split an omelet. A very extensive and creative menu.
I really wanted to like this so much. I have a gluten and wheat allervy and this place had come highly recommended. I realize that it was going to be busy because of Mothers Day, and as a result, they offered a special one page...More
For one thing, there are numerous veg and gluten free options. Also, it seems seeds are loaded into just about anything you might imagine: bread, pancakes, etc. If not "health food" at least someone has thought beyond bacon and eggs. Which are here, of course,...More