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What You'll Get
The bagel, like the circle from which it takes its shape, is a metaphor for life; it literally never ends. Enjoy eternally enticing eats with today’s Groupon: for $8, you get $16 worth of bagels, sandwiches, coffee, and more at Bruegger's Bagels in Danbury.
Bruegger's bagels are crafted from fresh, wholesome ingredients and then kettle-boiled in the New York tradition, resulting in chewy centers shielded by crisp outer crusts. Awaken taste buds with a savory combo such as the rosemary olive-oil bagel smothered with onion-and-chive cream cheese ($2.39), or prove yourself to be a sweetie by adopting a family of 13 carb circles and washing them behind the ears in two tubs of garden-veggie cream cheese with the Big Bagel Bundle ($13.99). Bruegger's lunchtime deli menu shares customers' affections with an array of morning sandwiches, which help bury thoughts of the snarky snooze button with options such as the breakfast bagel, whose melted cheese covers egg topped by bacon, sausage, or ham ($3.99).
Over the years, Bruegger's commitment to quality eats, a welcoming environment, and social responsibility has created a loyal following of Brueggernauts who have missed weddings and abandoned fantasy-football leagues to enjoy the eatery's bagel and beverage offerings. Specialty coffee is brewed fresh all day long, quenching explorative thirsts with seasonal flavors. Varieties include sips from Tanzania, the lush farms of Mexico, and the turbulent moon of Endor.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Dine-in and carryout only. Not valid for delivery. Valid only at Danbury location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bruegger's Bagel
In 1983 Nord Brue and Mike Dressell decided that it didn't matter how far Burlington, Vermont was from New York City; no distance was too great to limit their access to New York-style bagels. So they spent 2.5 years apprenticing with a professional bagel baker from the city until they mastered the technique. Once they were comfortable with their skills and had accepted that it doesn't actually hurt the bagel to bite it, they opened their first Bruegger's Bagel, a casual bakery and café. Today, they have more than 300 eateries across the United States and Canada, each hawking freshly baked bagels, cream cheeses, sandwiches, coffee, and desserts.