Let There Be Bagels Once More!

Let There Be Bagels Once More!

Einstein Bros. Bagels is now open on the first floor of Shafer Court DiningLet There Be Bagels Once More!Center.

The bagel shop operates between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. Mondays through Thursday, and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Fridays.

However, students expecting to use there meal plan will have to wait until after 5 p.m.

Einstein Bros. Bagel’s Meal Exchange includes three options for one swipe each:

- A bagel with cream cheese, whole fruit, a 4 oz. yogurt, and a beverage choice of a 16 oz. fountain drink, a 16 oz. coffee or an 8 oz. milk.

- A deli sandwich (Ham, Turkey, Tuna Salad, Chicken Salad, Chicken, Tasty Turkey, or Veg Out), chips or whole fruit, a 4 oz. yogurt, and a beverage choice of a 16 oz. fountain drink, a 16 oz. coffee or an 8 oz. milk.

- A Caesar or Garden Market Salad, a bagel, whole fruit, a 4 oz. yogurt, and a beverage choice of a 16 oz. fountain drink, a 16 oz. coffee or an 8 oz. milk.

While these are some exciting new options, many students have been missing Alpine Bagels.

The Shafer Bird Staff wants to your opinion! How does Einstein Bros. stack up to Alpine?

Einstein Bros. Bagels vs. Alpine Bagels

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