It's hard to focus when you're hungry, which is why most teens take their driving tests while eating a ham. Fill up with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $5 for $10 worth of baked goods and cafe fare
- $6 for two loaves of bread (up to a $13.30 value)
Daily bread options include loaves of sunflower whole wheat ($5.20), white garlic cheddar ($5.97), and apple-pecan swirl ($6.26). Ham-and-swiss breakfast sandwiches ($5.25) and cranberry-almond oatmeal ($2.75) round out the morning menu, deli sandwiches come stacked with turkey and pesto ($7.20/whole) and chicken-pecan salad ($7.20/whole) at lunch, and daily sweets can include chocolate-chip cookies ($1.31) and raspberry scones ($1.51). See the full menu.
Great Harvest Bread Co.
Acres of golden wheat stalks blanket the high plains of Montana, stretching toward the sun and gently swaying with the wind. Farmers harvest the wheat and send it off to Taylorsville, Utah, where Great Harvest Bread Co.’s masterminds mill the grain into whole-wheat flour, which bakers knead, roll, and bake it into warm loaves of bread. The bread comes in an array of flavors such as sunflower, high-five fiber, and cinnamon burst, and can be bought by the loaf or in one of Great Harvest's fresh deli sandwiches.
99% of 482 customers recommend
“Love Great Harvest! They have great breads, really good sandwiches and the best sugar cookies ever ( shaped like fall leaves right now).”
“best baked good EVER!!!!!!”
“I love Great Harvest bread, and they make REALLY good sugar cookies, pumpkin bread- you name it!”