BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — West Boca’s newest morning hot spot, FirstWatch in Mission Bay, is offering you the chance to win breakfast for two for a year. And if that isn’t enough to get you out of bed, how about a simple old mug that you can use every day for significantly longer than a year?
From our friends at FirstWatch:
Help First Watch celebrate the opening of their newest South Florida location in Mission Bay. First Watch will be giving away mugs to the first 500 guests that dine at the restaurant on Monday, November 11. Additionally, those who sign up for the restaurant’s Sun eClub onsite throughout the day will be entered to win FREE breakfast, brunch or lunch for two for a year! The winner will be selected at the end of the business day and informed via email and the First Watch Facebook page on Tuesday, November 12.
Upon signing up, Sun eClub members receive a BOGO coupon, a free entree on your birthday, insider info on menu items and special offers, and the latest First Watch news.
When: Monday, November 11
7 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Where: First Watch Café
Mission Bay Plaza
20401 State Road 7
Boca Raton, FL 33498
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