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Bruegger's Bagel Bakery

Lunch spread at Bruegger'sIn a word: Fancy schmancy bagels and schmear.

The specs: #0049
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JM ate the "Roadhouse chicken" with cheddar cheese and a Mello Yello.
Kayla ate the "Perky turkey" meal with chips and a soda.
Nichole ate the "Santa Fe" with a cherry Coke. Ah, sweet Coke.
The bill was about $20, or $6.67/person, even with a Bucky Book coupon.
JM gave Bruegger's a B+; Kayla gave Bruegger's a B; Nichole gave Bruegger's an A- (see our grading rubric).

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The music's cheesy, the sandwiches are just OK, and it's a bit pricey. But if you like to eat where you can get all branded up with fair trade coffee, Naked juices, Sprecher root beer, and Rachel's gourmet chips, this is the place for you.

JM was annoyed at the lack of a self-serve soda fountain; Kayla found her sandwich unremarkable. As for the bagels, Bagels Forever does them better, but Bruegger's has more sandwich choices.

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