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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 $5, you get $10 worth of bagels, sandwiches, coffee, and more at Bruegger's Bagels. Redeem this Groupon at either Bruegger's King Street or Spring Street locations.
Bruegger's bagels are culled from fresh, wholesome ingredients and then kettle-boiled in the New York tradition, resulting in chewy centers with crisp outer crusts. Awaken your taste buds with a savory combination such as the asiago-parmesan bagel smothered with olive-pimiento cream cheese ($0.99 for bagel only, $2.29 with cream cheese). Or prove yourself to be a sweetie by adopting a family of six carb circles and washing them up and behind the ears in a tub of garden-veggie cream cheese ($7.89). Bruegger's deli menu is flanked by an array of breakfast sandwiches ($3–$5) and lunch fare; bury thoughts of the snarky snooze button with the spinach-and-cheddar-omelette sandwich, or defuse your lunchtime hunger siren with a signature sandwich ($6.50–$7) such as the herby turkey or roma roast beef.
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 freshly made bagel and beverage offerings. Fair-trade Green Mountain Coffee is brewed fresh all day long, quenching explorative thirsts with sips from Tanzania, the lush farms of Mexico, and the turbulent moon of Endor.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 12, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bruegger's Bagels
Thirty years ago, bagels were a staple in Manhattan delis but rarely seen outside of New York. Entrepreneurs Nord Brue and Mike Dressell sought to remedy their absence by introducing the chewy boiled and baked treats to diners in Burlington, Vermont. The trend spread rapidly and the duo eventually saw Bruegger's Bagels franchises in 26 states. The namesake staple remains the focal point of the menu, though breakfast and lunch selections also include sandwiches stuffed with smoked salmon or ham and eggs.