First Watch adopts waitlist-management app

The 113-unit First Watch breakfast-and-lunch chain is offering customers a new app that enables them to see which branch in their area has the shortest wait time for a table and then add their name to the list.

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The application enables them to see where they are on the line and to head to the restaurant just in time to be seated, according to the chain.

The app is provided by NoWait. 

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