Einstein Bros. Bagels Prices
Here are the Einstein Bros. Bagels menu prices.
Juices & More (Bottled Drinks)
|Bottle - Simply Orange||$4.31|
|Orange Juice. Large||$5.25|
|Bottle - Coke||$3.53|
|Bottle - Diet Coke||$3.53|
|Bottle - Chocolate Milk||$3.85|
|Bottle - SmartWater||$4.31|
|Orange Juice, Medium||$4.34|
|Bottle - White Milk||$3.85|
|Bottle - Dasani Water||$3.05|
Sweets & Sides
|Churro Party Bagel||$2.94|
|Cinnamon Bliss Roll||$5.29|
|Chocolate Chip Cookie||$2.81|
|Chocolate Chip Muffin||$3.72|
|Strawberry and Cream Strudel||$3.99|
|Apple Pie Pastry||$1.89|
|Sea Salt Chips||$2.05|
Top Menu Items
|Nova Lox Sandwich||$11.38|
Fresh Baked Bagels
Fresh Baked Bagels & Shmear
|Single Bagel with Shmear||$2.77|
|Baker's Dozen Box||$21.75|
|Half Dozen Box||$11.40|
|Half Dozen Bagel Box||$14.09|
|Baker's Dozen Bagels||$17.62|
|Single Bagel without Shmear||$2.76|
|Half Dozen Bagels||$11.56|
Everyday Brunch Boxes
|Brunch Box For Two||$22.17|
|Bacon and Cheddar Brunch Special||$10.93|
|Nova Lox Brunch Special||$13.62|
|All Nighter Breakfast Box||$16.99|
|Tasty Turkey Brunch Special||$12.38|
|Cheddar Cheese Egg Sandwich||$7.45|
|Farmhouse Egg Sandwich||$8.67|
|All-Nighter Egg Sandwich||$9.73|
|Turkey-Sausage and Cheddar Sandwich||$8.08|
|Chorizo Sunrise Egg Sandwich||$8.66|
|Applewood Bacon and Cheddar Egg Sandwich||$7.79|
|Ham and Swiss Egg Sandwich||$8.57|
|Big Breakfast Burrito||$9.49|
|Garden Avocado Egg Sandwich||$8.13|
|Texas Brisket Sandwich||$9.85|
|Santa Fe Egg White Sandwich||$8.43|
|Bacon, Avocado Tomato Egg White Sandwich||$8.63|
|NEW! Chorizo Breakfast Burrito||$9.29|
Classic Egg Sandwiches
|Turkey Sausage & Cheddar Egg Sandwich||$6.86|
|Turkey, Bacon and Avocado Sandwich||$9.35|
|Tasty Turkey Sandwich||$9.28|
|Avocado Veg Out Sandwich||$8.65|
|Nova Lox Deli Lunch||$11.69|
|Deli Turkey and Cheddar Sandwich||$8.98|
|Deli Ham and Swiss Sandwich||$8.99|
Signature Lunch Sandwiches
|Turkey & Cheddar Sandwich||$8.04|
|Ham & Swiss Sandwich||$7.67|
Hot & Toasty Lunch
|Cheese Pizza Bagel||$6.66|
|Pepperoni Pizza Bagel||$6.95|
|Vanilla Hazelnut Retail Coffee||$12.99|
Coffee & Tea
|Cold Brew, Large||$4.99|
|Cold Brew Shake, Small||$5.59|
|Cold Brew Shake, Large||$6.49|
|Cold Brew, Small||$4.29|
About Einstein Bros. Bagels
Bagels are an American staple and part of the reason for its increasing popularity is the strong presence of bagel-centric chains like Einstein Bros. Bagels. The chain offered bagels in places where the chewy bread wasn’t widely known and, in the process, introduced them to more people across the United States. Einstein Bros. Bagels prices are similar to that of other fast casual restaurants.
Today, Einstein Bros. Bagels is among the largest purveyors of bagels in the country. There’s indeed something good to be said about companies that spread awareness of delicious food!
In March 1995, Boston Chicken (now known as Boston Market) created Einstein Bros. Bagels as part of its plan of selling breakfast foods. Einstein Bros. Bagels, by the way, was originally known Progressive Bagel Concepts, and it was the result of the acquisition by Boston Chicken of four retail bagel chains, as well as the subsequent purchase of Noah’s Bagels in 1996.
Currently, Einstein and Noah Corporation owns the chain; the corporation, in turn, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Einstein Noah Restaurant Group, Inc.
What They’re Famous For
Just as its name implies, Einstein Bros. Bagels is famous for its relatively wide range of bagels available in several flavors.
Why Eat Here
If you must find a single reason to become an Einstein Bros. Bagels regular patron, it’s the bagels! These are always soft yet chewy, as well as fresh from the oven, so these are always a pleasure to eat at any time of the day.
But it must be emphasized that the bagels here aren’t prepared in the traditional manner. Instead of being boiled before baking, these are steamed in an oven. These bagels then don’t have the crusty quality of traditional bagels, but that’s quite alright, too – food, after all, isn’t trapped in a vacuum!
The bagels come in several different flavors, both savory and sweet but not too sweet as to be desserts. The Six-Cheese bagel, a vegetarian choice, has three types of cheese – cheddar, mozzarella and provolone – that makes it an ooey-gooey slice of heaven on the inside. And if that wasn’t enough, it also has Asiago, Romano and parmesan cheese, a trio of cheeses known for their tangier flavor.
Yet another excellent vegetarian bagel is the Jalapeno Cheddar, a spicy breakfast treat with spicy jalapeno pepper slices and mild cheddar cheese. You’re getting a slightly spicy kick that won’t ruin your appetite for your next bagel or whatever it is that you’re hankering for next.
The Apple Cinnamon bagel, a dairy-free version, is slightly sweet with its combination of Fuji apples, brown sugar, and cinnamon. Think of a mini-apple pie but with a bagel mouth-feel and you have its general idea. Plus, it has a crunchy cinnamon streusel topping that adds another layer of texture to the bagel’s chewiness.
Who says bagels cannot be power food? With the Power Protein Gourmet Bagel, you will get the energy source required for your morning routine, thanks to its combination of walnuts, chia seeds, quinoa, buckwheat, flax, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, and amaranth. Add the raisins, cranberries and honey and it’s the perfect slightly sweet treat to kick off your day!
The Spinach Florentine Vegetarian is filled with greens that it seems like a good substitute for a salad – or at least, that’s the justification you can give when you just want to indulge without feeling guilty about it. The bagel has plenty of spinach, a green, leafy vegetable good for your mind and body, as well as melted Swiss cheese and garlic butter for the much-needed decadent finish.
And the shmear is so great that you won’t want to make your own anymore! You can choose from several flavors as topping for your bagels. Think of every shmear as adding a more complex flavor layer to your already delicious bagels – after all, there’s no such thing as an overload of flavors!
The shmears come in several flavors, too, including Plain; Honey Almond Reduced Fat; Strawberry Reduced Fat; and Jalapeno Salsa Reduced Fat. Most, if not all, of these varieties are gluten-free so even when you’re lactose-intolerant, you can still enjoy them on just about any bread aside from bagels.
But why stop at bagels and shmears although these are great choices? The menu also includes several choices in egg sandwiches, signature sandwiches, and hot sandwiches; choose from Croissant Deluxe, Crispy Chicken and Tater Breakfast, Chorizo Sunrise, Santa Fe Thintastic Egg White, Nova Lox, and Applewood Bacon and Cheddar. There are also bagel poppers, muffins (blueberry and cinnamon chip), cookies (heavenly chocolate chip and iced sugar cookie), and other snack items (chocolate croissant, Greek yogurt cherry pastry, and chocolate chip coffee cake). The beverages selection is quite limited but what it lacks in quantity, it more than makes up for in quality. The choices include Coffee of the Day, Caramel High Rise, Mocha, Latte, Cappuccino, Cold Press, Hot Chocolate, hot and iced tea, and smoothies.
To learn more about Einstein Bros. Bagels or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.einsteinbros.com.
Einstein Bros. Bagels FAQ
How much is Einstein Bros. Bagels's Turkey Sausage Egg and Cheddar Sandwich?
Turkey Sausage Egg and Cheddar Sandwich – $7.14
How much is a Applewood Bacon Egg and Cheddar Sandwich at Einstein Bros. Bagels?
Applewood Bacon Egg and Cheddar Sandwich – $7.14
How much are Half Dozen Box at Einstein Bros. Bagels?
Half Dozen Box – $10.87
How much does a Einstein Bros. Bagels's Avocado Toast Cost?
Avocado Toast – $4.20