Fresh-baked goods, fresh-brewed coffee and creative sandwiches served up in relaxed, roomy surroundings..
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.
Very nice looking food, poor quality. Any time I have eaten there, the pastries and breads used for sandwiches have tasted dry and stale to me. Items seem overpriced for the quality you receive. I do enjoy the bagels and soups, but that is about it. I can find better places to dine and receive much better baked goods at other non-chain bakeries.
The Bowls are the best. Panera's has the best bread soup bowls. THe sourdough bread adds to the great5 flavor the the outstanding soup it contains. The broccoli soup is the best.
Panera's is a welcome addition to the Pittsburgh scene. I just love the pick 2.
It's so hard to decide which 2 to pick
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