Panera Bread - Closed - CLOSED

★★★★☆
  • 616 West Diversey Parkway

    Chicago, IL 60614

    Map & Directions
  • 773-528-4556

About Panera Bread - Closed

Categories
  • Sandwich Shops
  • Restaurants
  • Fast Food Restaurants
  • Traditional American Restaurants
  • Desserts
  • Breakfast
  • Coffeehouses
  • Bagels
  • Charitable Institutions
Details
  • $
  • Carry Out
  • Cheap Eats
  • Family-Friendly Dining
Hours
M-Su Closed
Associations
  • Panera Cares®
  • Day-End Dough-Nation™
  • Panera Bread® Community Breadbox™
  • Feeding America®
Year Established
  • 1993
Products
  • Sandwiches
  • Soups
  • Salads
  • Bread
  • Bagels
  • Desserts
  • Pastries
  • Pasta
  • Soda
  • Coffee
  • Kids meals
  • Broth Bowls
Specialties
  • You Pick Two
  • Power Menu
  • Hand-Tossed Salads
  • Freshly-Baked Breads
  • Artisan Breads
  • Specialty Breads
  • Flatbread Sandwiches
  • Soup In A Breadbowl
  • Vegetarian Broth Bowls
Brands
  • Pepsi
  • Stonyfield
  • Horizon
Services
  • Catering
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Rewards
  • Online ordering
  • Pick up

Food

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    I am probably not their best customer for the following reasons. For my taste, their food has seemed to become very salty and greasy / fatty. Their bakeries are very high traffic establishments and as a result need more frequent upkeep than they have planned for from a maintenance perspective. The furniture seems to appear worn, the tables and chairs aren't cleaned regularly and the silverware (if you are dining in) can sometimes be spotty or worse, wet! The solitary microwave oven (found in most stores I have visited) isn't very clean (I agree mine isn't either, but I'm not charging you for food and then inviting you to heat your food in the microwave). The free wi-fi service has drawn a very wi-fi hungry clientele (students, job-hunters, sales people with no offices to invite their clients to, etc.) who sometimes make it home for the day. If you happen to be visiting on a crowded afternoon, good luck trying to find a quiet table to sit down and enjoy your $9 sandwich and soup.

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    ★★☆☆☆

    I am probably not their best customer for the following reasons. For my taste, their food has seemed to become very salty and greasy / fatty. Their bakeries are very high traffic establishments and as a result need more frequent upkeep than they have planned for from a maintenance perspective. The furniture seems to appear worn, the tables and chairs aren't cleaned regularly and the silverware (if you are dining in) can sometimes be spotty or worse, wet! The solitary microwave oven (found in most stores I have visited) isn't very clean (I agree mine isn't either, but I'm not charging you for food and then inviting you to heat your food in the microwave). The free wi-fi service has drawn a very wi-fi hungry clientele (students, job-hunters, sales people with no offices to invite their clients to, etc.) who sometimes make it home for the day. If you happen to be visiting on a crowded afternoon, good luck trying to find a quiet table to sit down and enjoy your $9 sandwich and soup.

    Pros: They're everywhere, Large Bakery and Kitchen Selections, Free Wi-Fi Service (accessible from parking lot if you're not a fan of the food)

    Cons: Unclean, Squatters Paradise

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    This relatively new chain restaurant is just fantastic. The breads and sandwiches are just great. Sometimes I wish it was a tad bit less expensive, but it's still great. I highly recommend the "you pick two" if you want a sandwich. The full size sandwiches are *huge*. You might as well get a half sandwich and a bowl of soup for the same price as a full size sandwich. This also a cool place to read a newspaper or book, or to have a casual chat with your pal, Swain.

    2
    ★★★★☆

    This relatively new chain restaurant is just fantastic. The breads and sandwiches are just great. Sometimes I wish it was a tad bit less expensive, but it's still great. I highly recommend the "you pick two" if you want a sandwich. The full size sandwiches are *huge*. You might as well get a half sandwich and a bowl of soup for the same price as a full size sandwich. This also a cool place to read a newspaper or book, or to have a casual chat with your pal, Swain.

    Pros: Bread, Sandwiches

    Cons: Not super cheap

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    outstanding pastries,coffee and light fare-located at diversy,clyborn and the the suburbs-I wish there were several more in the city-this is absolutely the best

    2
    ★★★★★

    outstanding pastries,coffee and light fare-located at diversy,clyborn and the the suburbs-I wish there were several more in the city-this is absolutely the best

    Message from Panera Bread - Closed

    Panera Cares® community cafes exist to feed each and every person who walks through our doors with dignity regardless of their means. We feed people, we uplift and we make you feel welcome. We fill bellies and self-esteem. We care.This nonprofit concept was designed to make the “Panera” experience accessible to everyone regardless of their means. We provide suggested donation amounts so that customers can decide what to contribute – whether money or their time.



    Come into Chicago and try one of our hand-tossed salads, our made-to-order sandwiches or our deliciously satisfying soups. All our food is crafted with fresh, high-quality ingredients to create flavor combinations as satisfying as they are delicious.

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