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    Default Panera Bread...WOW

    Panera Bread is my new favorite food chain hands down.
    The quality of their food is amazing.

    Plus, their menu is focused around healthy things like sandwiches and soup.

    It was really good last night.


    http://www.panerabread.com/

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    I've been there once, and I agree, it's a good place to go if you're in the mood for bread, salad, soup, or sandwiches.

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    Great desserts, too, but not so healthy. It's nice to have a coffee in front of the fireplace.
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    It is a nice place. I don't know if they have them in NY, but there's another chain called Atlanta Bread Company that's the same idea, the food's pretty much just as good, though I like Panera's sandwiches better.
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    Just saw this thread, probably from a bot. It reminded me of one of the places I miss from being in Chicago. I think I'll take a ride to Prescott Friday and go to a Panera there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathianne View Post
    Just saw this thread, probably from a bot. It reminded me of one of the places I miss from being in Chicago. I think I'll take a ride to Prescott Friday and go to a Panera there.
    The chocolate chip scone is a must.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abbey View Post
    The chocolate chip scone is a must.
    Oh, the cinnamon rolls really do it for me! Then the soup in bread bowl. The sandwiches! Oh my!
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    Only been there a few times, and both times were when I was traveling south. Was very good!! But weirdly enough, I haven't seen any of them near me here in NY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abbey View Post
    The chocolate chip scone is a must.
    ANYTHING with chocolate chips in them is a must!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimnyc View Post
    Only been there a few times, and both times were when I was traveling south. Was very good!! But weirdly enough, I haven't seen any of them near me here in NY.

    Do you know why? BECAUSE YOU HAVE REAL BAKERIES IN NEW YORK!


    I'd kill for a real fucking bagel...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hjmick View Post
    Do you know why? BECAUSE YOU HAVE REAL BAKERIES IN NEW YORK!


    I'd kill for a real fucking bagel...
    So I've heard. Not 100% sure, but doesn't seem like the bakery business and bread products do well in the south.

    I love me some good bagels, whether plain, poppy or onion!! But at the same time, can't get any good seafood I would trust eating up here.

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    And I'd be happy with a Popeyes- I don't eat the chicken or whatever they're known for, but I love their spicy red beans & rice. I only seem to get it when travelling on the NJ Tpke to NYC.

    Btw, I'm kind of nostalgic over seeing 5StringJeff's name. Does anyone remember what his name was before that? Hint: it was appropos for the board.
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    I have to cross to Jersey for the closest Panera Bread. Instead I travel 12 miles to Easton, pa. for the Easton Farmers Market with all kinds of good eating.

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