It's basically a deli with a pretty big selection of fancy desserts.
I got a smokehouse turkey Panini, and Anthony got a Sierra turkey sandwich.
I was a bit shocked at the price. My sandwich, which was on sourdough with turkey, cheese, bacon, and mustard, was $7.69. I could have made it at home for less than a dollar.
The food was ok, but it's pretty expensive for what you get. I will say it's nice inside if you find that important. The desserts are the homerun at this joint.
|Panera Bread at Grant and Swan in Tucson|
Baked goods on the left, ordering from the menu in the middle and right
The woman on the left was quite excited about the desserts
|Anthony takes his jacket off while we wait for our food|
|Here's what a $7.59 sandwich looks like at Panera Bread|
|Anthony's Sierra turkey sandwich, it cost $7.09.|
Chips and drink were $1.99 more.