One of the country’s top brunch chains is preparing to make a splash in Hampden Township. The massively popular national chain, First Watch, is coming to the Beltway Commons shopping center, reports local media outlet Penn Live.
The rapidly expanding brunch and breakfast eatery will have 4,000 square feet of the shopping plaza’s sprawling 132,144 square feet dedicated to it. The restaurant will be located at 5401 Carlisle Pike. The entire greater Beltway Commons concept is awaiting final approval, making it impossible to offer an estimated opening date for First Watch.
Once opened, First Watch will offer Hampden residents delicious, freshly-made breakfast, brunch, and lunch options. The restaurant, founded in Pacific Grove, California, in 1983, has garnered an incredible fan following by consistently crafting delicious morning favorites.
While customers can rely on standards like waffles, scrambled eggs, and avocado toast, First Watch offers some more unusual delights, such as the Chickichanga and an impressive selection of omelets, pancakes, and bowls.