Panera has become a standard for a good lunch. Great soups (I always ask for extra croutons on my tomato)! Fresh salads with so many extras. And the paninis are nice for a cool day.
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Panera is a very popular place for bakery items, homemade soup, good salads, breadbowls, etc. The last time that we were there, it was full so we had to carry out.
We ate here twice in June. Both lunches were very good. We had the soup and half sandwich. You choose the flavors. I had the grilled cheese and Broccoli Cheddar the first time and a Turkey sandwich and some soup the second. All very good.
We met some friends about 5:00pm. Plenty of time to clean up after the lunch rush. Dirty tables, dirty floor. Trash cans overflowing. Yuck! Food was good but not sure I'll try this location again. Note: Try running a damp rag over window sills and...More
We ordered on line to pick up between dance recitals. The food was very good. Sadly it wasn't quite ready for pick up and they were out of a few things.
This is a stylish restaurant but the value for the money is just not there. The coffee we got to go was pretty decent.
We ate here on our way out of Des Moines. It was fast, clean, and great food. The soup and wraps were great! I love the Cinnamon Crunch bagels and had to have one as well.
My wife and I went there just at the end of lunch yesterday and received courteous service; but the lunch was a rip-off!! For over $17.00, we got a nice sandwich--the roasted turkey sandwich...except it was missing the pickle spears in both of our sandwiches....More
Panara is great for breakfast or any meal. I love coming here on my days off with my mom to chat over a pastry or egg soufflé. The soups are delicious but you have to be careful to get there earlier for lunch or dinner...More