Your run-of-the-mill, corporately-operated, cookie-cutter, creativity-lacking, fast-food restaurant whose menu is derived from focus group results rather than tradition and quality. Pair this with audaciously-priced average-quality ingredients, and you have a recipe for a disappointing experience.
I suspect the category of restaurant in to which Einstein Bros would fall would be ?Deli?, owing to the lack of a ?Glorified Subway? category. Ironically, bagels are a minority on the menu, despite ?Bagels? being in the name of the restaurant. Mr. and Mr. Einstein must have had a taste for embellished Oscar Mayer meats and Wonder bread.
Sure, the service, atmosphere, cleanliness, and overall aesthetic was no more or less than what I would expect, but as one who has an enlightened pallet, the value of Einstein Bros is embarrassingly poor and one to be avoided.
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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