Over Priced. I ordered a bagel sandwich and a drink and ended up paying 11 dollars! The sandwich is good but not THAT good. When I was ordering the employee kept asking me what I wanted on the sandwich and gave me suggestions but 'forgot' to tell me that all theses extra things would cost more. Then he added extra charges for items that were included such as spinach. I payed 70 cents extra for a spinach florentine bagel, a $1.50 extra for cream cheese instead mayo and there was another charge for some other topping. I would have completely changed my order if I would have been informed that ALL of those things would cost me extra. Then the coleslaw, which was included, tasted like it was rancid and I threw it away. I admit that the sandwhich was good, but again, NOT 11 dollars good!
All the fixings and more at this bagel-driven breakfast and lunch chain..
These casual and cheery cafes satisfy any carb craving with hundreds of possible combinations. Twenty types of bagel--from sun-dried tomato to asiago to potato--are made to order with an array of deli meats, condiments and specialty "schmears," which come in more low-fat flavors than regular varieties. Signature panini, salads and the popular "bagel dog" tide over afternoon crowds, as do handy to-go lunchboxes for individuals and parties.
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