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First Watch to open Spring Hill location Monday

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First Watch will open a new restaurant in Spring Hill at 4937 Main Street.

First Watch, the popular daytime café serving breakfast, brunch and lunch daily from 7 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at more than 400 locations nationwide, will open a new restaurant in Spring Hill on Monday, making it the 11th restaurant for the company in the Nashville area. 

The new eatery, located at 4937 Main Street in the Spring Hill Plaza, will open at 7 a.m. on Monday and employ about 25 people. First Watch Spring Hill will open for dine-in and online ordering for contactless curbside pick-up or delivery. 

First Watch’s curated menu takes an elevated approach to traditional and innovative offerings made to order using farm fresh ingredients. It includes crave-able items such as avocado toast, smoked salmon eggs benedict, farm stand breakfast tacos and lemon ricotta pancakes. The new restaurant will offer healthy, flavorful favorites like house-made granola and pico de gallo, organic greens, house 

-roasted vegetables and cage-free eggs, as well as more indulgent, traditional breakfast, brunch and lunch offerings.  

The new restaurant will also feature alcoholic beverages, including the following hand-crafted, fresh offerings: 

Signature Cocktails 

• Cinnamon Toast Cereal Milk – coconut rum, cold brew coffee, coconut milk and agave nectar make for a delicious, sweet cocktail that will remind you of your favorite cereal 

• Million Dollar Bloody Mary – gluten-free vodka, house made bloody Mary mix and a strip of First Watch’s signature Million Dollar Bacon 

• Morning Glory – gluten-free vodka, fresh orange juice, lemon, turmeric, organic ginger and agave nectar 

• Pomegranate Sunrise – Camarena tequila, pomegranate juice, fresh lime and agave nectar 

• Vodka Kale Tonic – gluten-free vodka, fresh juiced kale, Fuji apple, English cucumber and lemon 

Other Beverage Offerings 

• Mimosa – 100% cold squeezed orange juice and Barefoot Bubbly Brute Cuvée 

• Sparkling – Barefoot Bubbly Brut Cuvée 

The brand’s new and improved First Watch app allows customers to skip the wait at the restaurant by getting in line from anywhere from the app on their mobile device. Diners can also order take-out in just a few taps and browse the complete menu, all through the new First Watch app. The app is free for download for iOS and Android platforms.  

The restaurant also offers online ordering for contactless curbside pick-up or delivery. To review the company’s extensive safety measures, visit priority/.  

First Watch will host a ceremonial “Egg-Cracking” event with First Watch Regional Vice President Kent Vandersall, Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham, the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce and the Well Outreach on the restaurant’s official opening day Monday at 9 a.m. 

First Watch is a high-growth daytime restaurant concept serving made-to-order breakfast, brunch and lunch using fresh ingredients. A recipient of more than 300 local “Best Breakfast” and “Best Brunch” accolades, First Watch offers traditional favorites, such as pancakes, omelets, sandwiches and salads, alongside specialty items like quinoa power bowls, avocado toast and the Chickichanga. 

First Watch was recognized as the Nation’s Restaurant News’ top Consumer Pick in the breakfast category as well as the coffee category for its Project Sunrise coffee program in 2019. It was also named one of TripAdvisor’s Best Restaurant Chains for 2019 and one of Business Intelligence Group’s Best Places to Work in 2018. There are more than 400 First Watch restaurants in 29 states, and the restaurant concept is majority owned by Advent International, one of the world’s largest private-equity firms. For more information, visit

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