What You'll Get
Coffee makes people crave baked goods, just as baked goods make people crave justice. Take a bite out of sweet, crumbly crime with this Groupon.
$5 for $10 Worth of Baked Goods and Sandwiches
Great Harvest's bakers whip up fresh baked goods, such as loaves of honey whole-wheat and cheese-garlic breads ($5 each) and housemade cookies ($1.50). They also assemble sandwiches from your choice of bread and various meats and cheeses—ham, chicken, turkey, swiss, cheddar, and provolone—and pack them into boxed lunches alongside a cookie and drink ($6.50).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 1, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Dine-in & carry-out available. Valid for all baked goods and sandwiches. Not valid toward peanut butter jars, soup mixes, jam, jelly, jars of almond butter, or any other non-baked goods. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Great Harvest Bread Co.
The day starts early at Great Harvest Bread Co., where grain gurus Blake, Mike, Sharon, Sam, and Kory bake loaf after loaf of all-natural, housemade bread. Each batch of dough begins with freshly ground whole-wheat flour milled from family-owned farms in Montana. Salt, yeast, and local honey soon follow. By 6 a.m., the crew start pulling their first loaves from the oven, handing out warm, complimentary slices to customers as they enter the store. The bread schedule changes every day, but patrons can always purchase any of the shop’s mainstays: honey whole wheat, white, nine grain, cinnamon swirl, cheese garlic and cinnamon chip.
The breads can surely stand alone, but that doesn’t stop Great Harvest Bread Co. from offering hand-crafted sandwiches stacked with ham, turkey, or chicken salad and three types of cheese. For dessert or a sweet breakfast, patrons can choose from a variety of scones, giant cinnamon rolls or muffins, or—if they're kids or adults disguised as kids—score cookies on the house.