Bruegger's Bagels, with more than 300 locations across the U.S., will add some sizzle to the summer with limited-time-only menu additions that offer a new twist on old favorites. The summertime treats are available from June 20 through Sept. 18.
Airmall USA, an airport concessions developer and operator of the Airmall at Pittsburgh International Airport, has opened the Boar's Head Cafe, a 2,600-plus square foot restaurant located on the Transit Level of the Landside Terminal.
"Boar's Head Cafe is the perfect option for those looking to kick off their travels with a fresh, quick, and healthy bite on the go," says Jay Kruisselbrink, vice president of development for Airmall Pittsburgh. "It is located landside before security, making it accessible to both travelers and those saying goodbye to loved ones at the airport."
Bruegger's, a national bagel leader with more than 300 locations across the nation, is once again offering IRS form-weary guests a way to ease the pain.
Today through Tax Day (April 17) guests pay just $10.40 for the bagel leader's Big Bagel Bundle, a savings of up to $5, depending on location.
The Big Bagel Bundle includes a baker's dozen of Bruegger's 15-plus bagel varieties, freshly baked in the New York-style, and two 6.5-ounce tubs of Bruegger's cold-packed cream cheese, available in more than 10 varieties.
Spring came early in most parts of the country, and Bruegger's is prepared. This week the fast casual chain will expand its menu with new freshly made salads: Mediterranean Mozzarella and Thai Peanut Chicken. The limited-time-only menu also features a new breakfast option, the Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper Bagel Egg Sandwich.
Airports across the U.S. are adding a more local feel to their concourses in an attempt to offer travelers a better sense of what that city has to offer.
National fast food brands should take note. As airports strive for more of a local feel, limited-service companies that are pushing nontraditional expansion and putting airport concourses in their crosshairs could be squeezed out of those locations.
Le Duff America Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Claude Bergeron, announced the appointment of restaurant and hospitality industry veteran Jim Vinz as Co-CEO of Le Duff America, the North American management company of café brands that include la Madeleine Country French Café, Bruegger’s Bagels, Timothy’s World Coffee, and Brioche Dorée.
Le Duff America Inc., owner of Bruegger’s, announced co-CEO James Greco will step down as of December 27 to pursue other opportunities.
Greco took on the role of co-CEO of Le Duff America when the company purchased Bruegger’s and its stable of brands in March 2011. Prior to the acquisition, he was CEO of Bruegger’s, a role he had held since 2003 when he entered a partnership with Sun Capital to acquire the bagel bakery brand. David Austin will continue to lead Bruegger’s in his role as president.
Bruegger's recently kicked off it's second annual fundraising campaign for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals (CMNH) with a goal of raising $100,000 for the cause.
Recognized as the second largest bakery-café company worldwide, French-based Groupe Le Duff has announced the creation of Le Duff America to manage its North American café brands, which includes la Madeleine Country French Café, Bruegger’s Bagels, Timothy’s World Coffee, and Brioche Dorée.