I always knew that the Panera Bread @ 1670 W State St would close and lo and behold it sure did. I'm not happy about this however, I wished they could stay open. If that Panera Bread could have been managed a little better it would still be open... — read more
I had an amazing time at the Panera Bread on Grant Street in Denver and I was saddened to hear that they closed but now I hear people say that that place was a health hazard and now I don't know what to think anymore. I don't know if those claims are... — read more
The only reason I was upset about this closure is 'cause this Panera Bread was relatively close to my workplace. If it weren't for that I wouldn't even give this restaurant a second glance.
The only thing that I feel sad about is that the location went downhill as the years went on. It was such a damn disappointment that I couldn't be bothered to be upset when I found out that Panera Bread finally left S Broad St.
Panera Bread's Bentonville AR location looks like it closed. What happened? Why did it close
The Winter Haven Panera Bread, the 500 Cletus Allen Dr one. Is it closed? I could swear I read somewhere that it closed but I heard someone in passing mention that they ate there recently. That couldn't be true, right?
I keep getting conflicting statements. Last year it looked like it was open but people say that it's closed now while on Yelp it says that it's closed but only temporarily.
It took me by surprise that the place closed. It's a shame. How many are left in San Francisco now?
Why did Panera Bread close? I am trying to figure out why they would leave their 501 Wilshire Blvd location behind. I realize this happened during the pandemic or the year before... correct me if I am wrong though. I liked that location a lot. I do... — read more
The Panera Bread in Delray Beach closed recently, the one at S Federal Hwy. I am one of the few that apparently enjoyed that Panera Bread. I dunno why people disliked it so much. Was the customer service bad sometimes. Sure! But it was so obvious... — read more
The Panera Bread on Airline Drive in Bossier closed. There's another one in Shreveport on East 70th St which is still open (I think) so I don't think this was a huge loss but I'm curious nevertheless. Why did it close? Does anybody know?
This is such a head-scratcher to me. I just don't understand why this happened. I really am flabbergasted by this decision the chain made with this closing. Why did the Panera Bread close in North Haven in Connecticut? What happened?
I am sadly not surprised that the Downtown Plymouth Panera Bread closed over the summer. While I had a few lovely evenings there with my family and friends, overall the location just was mediocre and I knew that because of that it wouldn't stay... — read more
Yet another empty store in the Newton Centre. Great. As if there weren't enough already. This closing s—s in particular considering how long Panera Bread was open there. 10 years! It doesn't matter now, does it? It closed on December 15th. — read more
Wait, what? What happened? I blink once and now a whole restaurant has closed??? Why did the Panera Bread at 4024 Shelbyville Road in Louisville decide it wasn't feeling like running a business any longer? Loved that place. I'm so upset now.
I am infinitely disappointed with the closure of the Panera Bread in Oakville. It seemed so abrupt to me! Like that restaurant was the stable of the Dorval Crossing plaza. What in the world made them close the way they had?
I heard this from my aunt that the Panera Bread closed for good in downtown Des Moines but online it says that it's closed only temporarily. My aunt swears it's closed since this September. Can anyone shed some light on this situation?
I'm really sad over the closing of the Panera Bread at 4004 Route 130 N in Delran, NJ. They made some mean sandwiches and wraps but I guess not even the best locations can survive during these uncertain times. I feel bad for everyone who worked... — read more
There's something that has been bugging me for a while now but I couldn't put my finger on what exactly. Is it just me or did Panera Bread close much more locations in these past two years than they did in the entire decade? Which ones have... — read more
I had such the nicest time at the Panera Bread in this location. It was such a nice restaurant because the employees were always so polite and helpful. I'm so clumsy and they were never judgmental about my klutziness, not even once.
I'm heartbroken! Panera Bread's Petaluma, Cali location is closed. I don't know if it's closed for good or what but I think it's closed. I just don't understand what could have happened. It's the Panera Bread on 401 Kenilworth Dr.
This was such a great restaurant! I was sick at the time when I visited here last time and their food was the only thing I could digest properly so I had a soft spot for this location. Very sad that they aren't open to the public anymore.
The things I loved about this restaurants were few but I still found myself coming here every Thursday evening to eat dinner with my BFF and her little sister. I dunno why. I guess I was hypnotized. They liked it a lot too, so there's that.
Panera Bread is at the bottom of my all-time favorite restaurant chains but I just have to say it and admit to myself and everyone else: their restaurant in Westfield on 143 E Broad St was out of this world! Just terrific! Too bad it closed!
Panera Bread is usually outstanding in their quality. Their Aliso Viejo was outstanding as well in that regard. Great food and service. But. They were very expensive. I think their high prices played a part when they closed on September 21st this... — read more
This store appears to have closed. Sign is down, and store seems empty. Does anyone know if it's being remodeled, or if it is closing for good?
I'm obsessed with Panera Bread but their Westminster location just didn't cut it for me. The restaurant at 16340 Beach Boulevard left me wanting for more so I always ended up going to other Panera Bread locations.
Santa Monica misses Panera Bread!!! I shouldn't speak for the whole city but I know that I miss Panera Bread so much. I mean I can understand why they abandoned the 501 Wilshire Boulevard restaurant from a business standpoint but I'm still not over... — read more
I went on my very first date here with my girlfriend. The date was an absolute disaster (and I still don't know how I managed to woo my girl successfully in the end) but this Panera Bread we ate at was amazing! It's really sad that they have closed. — read more
It is a little bit upsetting that Panera Bread is going to close very soon in Reston Town Center. Their last day is next month on December 17th. At least they are not closing on Christmas, which is a small mercy.
For some reason I was never that fond of soups but I genuinely loved how Panera Bread prepared them so I always ordered one when I went here in San Jose. Man, I just let out the biggest sigh. It's really sad that they are gone.
Heard they closed their 1 North Broadway restaurant.
Panera Bread seems to no longer be open for business in San Diego at 1270 Cleveland Avenue. No clue on why they would be shuttering that restaurant in the first place since they did well for themselves at that location, if I remember my facts... — read more
It looks like that the Panera Bread in White Plains NY is not open for business any longer and that is not shocking news, to tell you the truth. Don't get me wrong, I am an absolute fan of Panera Bread but their N Broadway restaurant just didn't do... — read more
Panera Bread closed in Atlanta this month. I am not fond of Panera Bread, but I liked this restaurant quite a lot. The issues I have with the chain simply were not present in this restaurant. They were great, too bad that they have closed.
I love Panera Bread in general but their Rochester location was so-so. Overall, I liked it, but it wasn't like their other restaurants in Minnesota. However, it was still disappointing to see them shutter this year.
I heard that they have shuttered a couple of weeks ago, which is really unfortunate. From what I understand, they started getting bad rep recently but in my experience they were one of the best Panera Breads in California and definitely the best in... — read more
What a cheap place. And I am not talking about the prices either. Their portions were so small I thought they were rationing. I wouldn't have minded paying for more but their food wasn't worth it. There are better Panera Breads than the one on... — read more
My relationship with this Panera Bread is like that of a disappointed parent and their naughty child. In the beginning, they were my favorite Panera Bread ever but after some time had passed they had a drastic drop in quality that they have become a... — read more
What happened to the Panera Bread in Santa Monica in California? The one on Wilshire Boulevard? They were really great when they first opened but after a while and up until the point of their closing they got progressively worse.