What's Up!

September 27, 2020

What's Up - Your guide to what's happening in Fayetteville, AR this week!

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featured dining guide story Advertorial Feature Million Dollar Bacon and Other Culinary Riches By karen rice nOrTHWeST arkanSaS DeMOcraT-GaZeTTe I t wasn't all that long ago that there were no First Watch locations in Northwest Arkansas. But then came Fayetteville and Rogers. And now, there is a third location in Bentonville so you can easily get that delicious Million Dollar Bacon that's baked with brown sugar, black pepper, cayenne and a maple syrup drizzle or the mouth-watering Vanilla Chai Latte Pancakes with fresh sliced bananas, raspberries, maple-chai almond butter and super-seed crunch. First Watch is neither a young company, nor a passing trend. Founded in 1983 by Ken Pendery, the breakfast, brunch and lunch concept has established strong roots in healthy harvesting, fresh food and compassion for community. Having both the desire to provide the best quality ingredients to its customers, and the passion for helping those less fortunate is what led the First Watch team to seek the finest ingredients from the best farmers. For one such ingredient, it led them to the heart of Colombia, where they would meet the Mujeres en Café, and create a First Watch exclusive: Project Sunrise coffee. The First Watch team visits and learns from that community, and gives back in ways like improving their schools and investing in their future; and they get some of the world's best coffee in return — to give to you! "Better Coffee. Better World." That's the Project Sunrise promise. With each visit to a First Watch restaurant, you'll be greeted First Watch breakfast, brunch and lunch is far from ordinary If you're into counting calories or pinching pennies, you'll be thrilled to hear that the Tri-Athlete breakfast crosses the finish line under ten dollars and only 550 calories! 42 What's up! september 27-OctOber 4, 2020

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