Restaurants

New First Watch restaurant in Leesburg opens Monday

The restaurant specializes in breakfast and brunch dishes.

The eagerly anticipated new First Watch restaurant in Loudoun County will officially open its doors on Monday morning, May 24. And The Burn got a sneak peek inside as the young staff held their first “friends and family” practice service Saturday morning.

The restaurant — located in the Marketplace at Potomac Station shopping center off Battlefield Parkway NE in Leesburg — has gotten a complete makeover from its former incarnation as a Greene Turtle sports bar. The exterior has been painted and the inside completely redesigned with soft colors and wood tones to create a relaxing rural vibe. Besides the main dining room, there is also a bar area that will have a garage door window (to be installed next week) that will open to the outdoor patio.

The Florida-based First Watch brand bills itself as The Daytime Cafe. That’s because they specialize in breakfast and brunch dishes. They have pancakes, waffles, French toast, Eggs Benedict, breakfast potatoes and their signature Million Dollar Bacon, a crispy bacon with a bit of spicy heat and drizzled with sweet syrup. First Watch will be open 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. seven days a week. You can see the full First Watch menu here and more photos from our visit below.

10 Comments
  1. Broof 2 years ago
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    Should cover all the “new” businesses that have closed down in the past 2 years.

    Its like “here’s all these new businesses, ignore all those empty storefronts”

    • CK 2 years ago
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      They actually do cover stores closing…they just reported on Bites closing.

  2. Broof 2 years ago
    Reply

    Should cover all the “new” businesses that have closed down in the past 2 years.

    Its like “here’s all these new businesses, ignore all those empty storefronts”

    • CK 2 years ago
      Reply

      They actually do cover stores closing…they just reported on Bites closing.

  3. Broof 2 years ago
    Reply

    Should cover all the “new” businesses that have closed down in the past 2 years.

    Its like “here’s all these new businesses, ignore all those empty storefronts”

    • CK 2 years ago
      Reply

      They actually do cover stores closing…they just reported on Bites closing.

  4. LW 2 years ago
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    The online menu looks amazing.

  5. LW 2 years ago
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    The online menu looks amazing.

  6. LW 2 years ago
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    The online menu looks amazing.

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