Industry News | August 6, 2008

Einstein Bros. Bagels Opens New Illinois Location

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In celebration of its Grand Opening, the Einstein Bros. Bagels restaurant located in Carol Stream, Illinois, at 480 W. Army Trail Road, just east of the intersection of Army Trail Road and Kuhn, will offer a Breakfast or Lunch Sandwich for $1.99 to every guest who visits the restaurant on Friday and Saturday, August 8 and 9, while supplies last.

"I would like to invite all employees, residents, and their friends and family to this event, and I'm looking forward to meeting many of the regular guests," says Jeff Barnett, regional business director for Einstein Bros., a brand of Einstein Noah Restaurant Group. "We're excited to offer this neighborhood-friendly gesture to welcome those working and living nearby."

The restaurant officially opened for business on June 3, 2008. The discounted prices for the sandwiches will be offered throughout the day on August 8 and 9. Each guest will be limited to one sandwich per guest who visits the restaurant.

Guests will be able to select from a variety of Einstein Bros. hand-crafted breakfast and lunch sandwiches all day long, including the popular Bacon & Cheddar Egg Sandwich, the Spicy Elmo Wrap, the Tasty Turkey, the California Chicken Wrap, and much more. All sandwiches are offered on a choice of bread, including challah, ciabatta, and artisan wheat, whole wheat wraps, or Einstein Bros.' award-winning bagels.

At more than 2,930 square feet, the restaurant seats up to 44 guests in an atmosphere that combines the energy of the local neighborhood with a tradition of great tastes, textures, and aromas.

"This is a wonderful opportunity for guests to try some sandwiches they may have never tried before for a deeply discounted price," says Ron Sacks, senior vice president of operations for Einstein Bros. "I hope everyone in the area will stop in and visit our newest neighborhood-friendly meeting place."

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