First Watch Opens In Port St. Lucie, Serving Farm-Fresh Eats For Breakfast And Brunch
Watch out for a new restaurant ready to take over Port St. Lucie's brunch scene.
First Watch, a popular eatery serving traditional breakfast favorites like egg omelets and pancakes, plus healthier quinoa power bowls and avocado toast, has debuted in Port St. Lucie.
The new location opened Monday, Feb. 20, at 1493 NW Saint Lucie West Blvd.
“We’re celebrating this opening in St. Lucie West at the same time that we’re celebrating a decade of serving our friends down the road at First Watch in Stuart,” said Chris Tomasso, president of First Watch, in a statement.
Menu favorites include farmstand breakfast tacos, lemon ricotta pancakes, and smoked salmon eggs benedict, all made with fresh ingredients such as cage-free eggs and organic greens. First Watch's best-selling Kale Tonic, fresh-squeezed orange juice, and other juices made in-house, as well as its slow-roasted Sunrise Select Premium Blend Coffee, will also be available.
The 3,300-square-foot restaurant features First Watch's new "Urban Farm" interior design scheme being rolled out at its newest restaurants, combining farm-style elements with a high-energy, urban vibe. First Watch plans to remodel some of its older restaurants with the new concept as well, according to a spokesperson.
First Watch—which offers free newspaper copies for customers and Wi-Fi access—will be open for breakfast, brunch and lunch from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily. Most menu items range from $8-$10.
First Watch; 1493 NW Saint Lucie West Blvd., Port St. Lucie
(Images courtesy First Watch)