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Panera Bread

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(4 Reviews)

6 Triangle Ctr, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

(914) 962-5900

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Today: 6:00 am - 9:00 pm
25
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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General Info
From focusing on quality, clean ingredients to serving our food to you in a warm and welcoming environment, Panera Bread is committed to being an ally to our guests. That means crafting a menu of soups, salads and sandwiches that we are proud to feed our families. You don’t have to compromise to eat well. Whether you want to come in and enjoy a coffee and our complimentary Wi-Fi , or order online using Rapid Pick-Up so you can grab something quickly, Panera Bread Yorktown Heights is here with warmth and welcome. Panera Bread. Food as it should be.
Hours

Regular Hours

Services/Products
  • Bagels
  • Bread
  • Broth Bowls
  • Coffee
  • Desserts
  • Kids Meals
  • Pasta
  • Pastries
  • Pick Up
  • Salads
  • Sandwiches
  • Soda
  • Soups
Brands
Horizon, Pepsi, Stonyfields
Payment method
amex, discover, master card, visa, cash
Price Range
$$
Location
Triangle Shopping Ctr
Associations
Day-End Dough-Nation™,Feeding America®,Panera Bread® Community Breadbox™,Panera Cares®
Categories
American Restaurants, Coffee Shops, Sandwich Shops, Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants, Health Food Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Cuisines: American, Sandwiches, Bagels, Fast Food, Diner, Cafe, Omelets

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Specialties: You Pick Two, Vegetarian Broth Bowls, Power Menu, Specialty Breads, Hand-Tossed Salads, Soup In a Breadbowl, Artisan Breads, Freshly-Baked Breads, Flatbread Sandwiches

Price Range : Average

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phillipsw

12/09/2011

Overall
Been to many Panera Breads but...

Been to many Panera Breads but am consistently disappointed by Yorktown's. This place used to be great. Then they got sloppy. You buy your food then can't find a clean table - ever! You go to the restrooms, they're hit and miss. The food has gotten skimpy, especially for the money they're now charging. And finally, the management needs to be replaced. Pleasant sure, but they sit at tables eating and meeting with each other while the tables are a mess and the floors are gross. To be fair, not all Paneras are this bad - but this one is. I recommend going elsewhere.

dinerusa

12/08/2011

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clean? Not!

Been to many Panera Breads but am consistently disappointed by Yorktown's. This place used to be great. Then they got sloppy. You buy your food then can't find a clean table - ever! You go to the restrooms, they're hit and miss. The food has gotten skimpy, especially for the money they're now charging. And finally, the management needs to be replaced. Pleasant sure, but they sit at tables eating and meeting with each other while the tables are a mess and the floors are gross. To be fair, not all Paneras are this bad - but this one is. I recommend going elsewhere.

BBGGADV

04/21/2010

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Charitable Organization & Great Menu

For the past 14 years, Panera Bread has helped many charitable organizations through Operation Dough-Nation®, a program that allows Panera Bread and its customers to aid local charities.

Panera Bread’s Yorktown Heights Cafe was pleased to make a donation to the Lambert family whose house was destroyed by fire on December 12, 2009. Bill Lambert & Michelle Bonamassa-Lambert, along with their two children, fortunately escaped the blaze, but lost most of their personal belongings and their entire home in the fire. On Saturday, February 6th, Panera organized a fundraising event and donated five percent (5%) of total net sales for the day to the Lambert family. Cash donations from the public were also accepted and included in the donation amount.

Also, On March 21, 2010 Panera Bread held a wonderful full day event that pledged 5% of total net sales towards East Coldenham Elementary School's memorial playground project. The joined efforts of both the school PTA and Panera Bread has notably supported the memorial playground that will honor the lives of the students affected by the tragic events that occurred on November 16, 1989.

You can make donations and support your community as well! Cash donations can be made by customers in the Community Breadbox™ cash boxes at the registers. These are distributed annually to local charities. Panera also donates unsold bread to local area hunger relief agencies. It's great to see such charitable work done around our communities and it is always rewarding to have the opportunity to help as well.


Panera Bread is always creating new and exciting menu items as well.

Panera Bread is tempting the wilder side of taste buds this spring with its new bold and spicy Cuban Chicken Panini and new Jalapeño and Cheddar Bagel Breakfast Sandwich.

Panera’s bakers have also been crafting some delectable new baked goods including a Strawberries & Cream Scone and Apple Crunch Muffin.

Come try Panera Bread's new flavorful additions today!

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