Eagan >Food & Dining > Panera Bread
1260 Promenade Pl, Saint Paul, MN | Directions 5512144.834677 -93.153945
Mon-Sat, 6am-9pm; Sun, 7am-8pm
Neighborhoods: West St. Paul - Mendota Heights - Eagan
BREAD OF GODS – I love Panera Bread so much its kind of disgusting how many points I rack up on my Panera card. The staff is always friendly at every location and the bread is always hot, fresh, and delicious. They have messed up my order on a few occasions, but they usually end up giving me extra when they fix it and are always friendly so I don't even care. Mess it up all you want! I'll still come.
Go Early – I know that their bread is fresh but they really need to step it up at this location. Unless I show up at 11am or earlier I will never get a bread bowl or the bagel that I want. Also we have never ever ever had an order to go that has been right from this location. The manager himself personally got our food once . . . and then went on to forget all of the bread bowls for our soups. He just dropped his head, said NOTHING and just handed us the bread bowls. When ever I get food from here I unpack everything to make sure it is there and I suggest you do the same.
Fresh-baked goods, fresh-brewed coffee and creative sandwiches served up in relaxed, roomy surroundings. – In Short
Bright colors and comfortable furniture give this chain cafe a laid-back feel, with scattered tables that beckon coffee-sipping readers, chatters and diners. All baked goods--bagels, muffins, two dozen kinds of bread--are made fresh on the premises. Sandwiches include turkey-artichoke panini and Asiago roast beef, plus standards like chicken salad and smoked turkey. Soups change daily, but popular choices like broccoli and cheese, chicken noodle and French onion are always on the menu.
The bagels are the best – I would traditionally just go here for a bagel--namely, the asiago cheese or the cinnamon sugar ones. However, for lunch you can get a half sandwich/salad combo of your choice for a reasonable price, and it's pretty filling. This is a nice place to grab a bite while shopping nearby or on a weekend for breakfast, and everyone seems to find something they like there. If you want carbs for breakfast, or a nice lunch with a friend, this is a good place. It can be quite busy over lunch during the weekdays, so plan ahead if you want a table--they can be hard to come by.
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