Manhattan Bagel, a member of the Einstein Noah Restaurant Group Inc. family of brands, announced the launch of improved premium breakfast options at all restaurant locations including the Scrambled Classic Croissant, Omelet and Ranchero Egg Wraps, in addition to a Yogurt Parfait. The spring line-up features seasoned eggs and applewood-smoked bacon for a healthy alternative in the morning.
Manhattan Bagel is pleased to announce the addition of even more menu options for guests at restaurants this spring. Available at all Manhattan Bagel locations is the debut of its savory new Eggstrami Breakfast Sandwich, the new Double Chocolate Brownie, and new flavors of its popular Manhattan Chillerz blended iced drinks.
Manhattan Bagel is pleased to announce it is celebrating the New Year by reinvigorating everyone’s favorite Lighter Side Menu with the addition of two new bagel thin sandwiches available for a limited time.
For consumers seeking healthier, quality, everyday choices for breakfast, lunch, and catering, Manhattan Bagel has introduced the new Classic Light and Buffalo Chicken bagel thin sandwiches.
The Classic Light Bagel Thin Sandwich is a low-calorie breakfast sandwich featuring egg whites, Cheddar cheese, and turkey bacon on a bagel thin single.
Starting April 2, 2012, Manhattan Bagel is rolling out a new scrumptious deli classic, The Pastrami Reuben.
“We are constantly reinventing our menu to be at the leading edge of what fast casual bakery customers want,” says Jeff O’Neill, chief executive officer and president of Einstein Noah Restaurant Group, Manhattan Bagel’s parent company. “With every new sandwich we roll out, we are one step closer to becoming the ultimate deli destination.”
Manhattan Bagel, the popular neighborhood quick-casual restaurant featuring genuine boiled and baked New York style bagels, is ringing in the New Year with tasty breakfast classics for guests to enjoy for a limited time only.
“Our three new breakfast classics fit in perfectly with our goal to be at the leading edge of what fast casual bakery customers want,” says James O’Reilly, chief concept officer of Einstein Noah Restaurant Group, Inc., Manhattan Bagel’s parent company.
As quick-serve operations are figuring out how to comply with menu-labeling requirements and consumer demand for healthier menu items, many corporate executives are tackling another health-related issue: the health of their employees. Studies show that healthy employees are more productive employees, something that could benefit quick-serve executives and consumers.
Manhattan Bagel announced it’s popping off the New Year with new pretzel bagel poppers and a new line of breakfast bagel thin sandwiches.
"We are constantly developing new, innovative menu items for our customers that are looking for simple ways to eat better without sacrificing taste," says Jeff O'Neill, CEO of Einstein Noah Restaurant Group Inc., Manhattan Bagel’s parent company.
There is an answer to the age-old question of which came first, the chicken or the egg.
It’s definitely the egg—at least when it comes to breakfast. Few morning menus are without them. But these days, chicken and another popular poultry protein, turkey, are increasingly popping up on a.m. menuboards at quick-service and fast-casual restaurants.