Need2Know: Panera Bread offers deliveries; Einstein Bros. Bagels has Lent specials; second Dunkin’ announced for Cottonwood
Panera Bread doing deliveries
The Panera Bread in Prescott is doing home deliveries now. The Prescott Panera has an eight-mile radius, said Susan Richards, store manager. There is a minimum order of $5 required for delivery, exclusive of taxes and delivery charges that may apply. If an order is more than $75, Panera will contact the customer to confirm availability, according to the store’s website, panerabread.com or delivery.panerabread.com.
Einstein Bros. Bagels helping those observing Lent
Einstein Bros. Bagels is upgrading its menu this season with two new meatless items in honor of Lent.
The Twice-Baked Hash Brown is made with five different kinds of cheeses and served in the shape of a muffin; the potato side is baked fresh in-house, never fried, and made-to-order.
The Supernova Lox is a sesame bagel topped with a slice of tomato, avocado, cucumber, and red onion. The bagel also has capers and an onion and a smear of chive. “We love celebrating holidays with our guests. Our Heart-Shaped Bagels were a hit on Valentine’s Day, so we’re bringing them back by popular demand for Mother’s Day,” said Robin Fancher, catering sales manager in Arizona for Einstein Bros. Bagels. “We will also be baking red, white and blue bagels to celebrate Fourth of July.”
For information, visit einsteinbros.com.
Dunkin’ expanding in county with Cottonwood store
Dunkin’ is planning to open a second location in Cottonwood, said Heather Austin of Dunkin’ Arizona. Whispers of the Dunkin’ opening a coffee and donut location in Prescott were just rumors.
John Heiney, Prescott Community Outreach manager, believes nothing has been brought to the city about a Dunkin’ coming to Prescott at this point.
“I haven’t heard anything about that,” Heiney said.
The Prescott Valley Dunkin' store is still under construction. Watch dCourier.com for an update about its progress and upcoming opening date.
Note: This story was corrected to include information about the Dunkin' store under construction in Prescott Valley.
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