The Timonium restaurant market is getting a little more competitive with the announcement of yet another award-winning breakfast/brunch/lunch dining option coming to the Timonium Square Shopping Center.
First Watch, the Daytime Café, will be moving in, taking the place of the The Paper Shop in the second quarter of 2013. Don't worry, last we checked, the The Paper Shop is just moving to another storefront in the same shopping center.
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The Timonium location will be the restaurant's third opening in Maryland. First Watch was actually named Patch Readers' Choice Best Breakfast Spot over in Pikesville Patch.
"Given our success in the Baltimore and D.C. area, the Timonium community has been on our radar,” said Chris Tomasso, chief marketing officer for First Watch, in a release. “We anticipate our unique approach to Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch will be well-received and fuel future growth in the area.”
The Daytime Café will be open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Patch reader Cheryl Cohen said of the chain's Pikesville location, "Breakfasts are always special at First Watch. The menu has something for everyone. Scrumptious healthy oatmeal, large fluffy pancakes and fabulous omlettes! [sic] No one ever leaves hungry!"
Russell Bryant, another fan of the Pikesville location wrote, "Good food and friendly servers, at a very affordable price. This is the BEST in Pikesville."
Even the negative review mentions how busy the Pikesville location has grown.
According to the release, First Watch features:
And signature dishes: Chickichanga®, Healthy Turkey Omelet™ and Fresh Fruit Crepes.
Personally, I'm most excited about another free Wi-Fi hotspot, which Timonium is seriously lacking. I work from home. Keurig coffee and scrambled eggs are only good for so many days out of a week. If you get what I'm saying.
Now have your say: Tell us what you think about First Watch moving in to Timonium in the comments section below.