I had the potato soup and their berry salad and really liked the soup! The salad didn't seem like it had very much fruit on it. I find I really prefer Panera Bread!
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If you didn't see the sign on this place you would think you were in a Panera except the food was just not as good (notably the bread and the coffee).
This restaurant was very good with excellent proximity to the Garden Hilton Inn where we were staying. Plenty of parking. Healthy, fresh food option.
I particularly like breakfasts at Atlanta Bread Company. Other meals are very good as well, but the breakfasts are outstanding both for value and food. Service can be a bit spotty depending on training level of server, but food quality and value make it well...More
I love going to Atlanta bread to study. They have some tasty beverages as well as a healthy conscious menu. In the winter months, nothing beats the bread bowl of chicken chili while sitting next to the fireplace in their dining area.
Lavazza coffee -- can't go wrong with that. And the turkey/cranberry sandwich is awesome. Too bad it's seasonal!
I would guess I have gone to this restaurant well over twenty-five times, and only recently saw the Trip Advisor decal in the window, so I decided to look them up. I normally don’t review chain restaurants, but what I have consistently experienced really has...More
When I want this kind of food, I usually choose Panera Bread. But the last time I was here, I had some really good Thai chicken soup, so I may go back more often.
This place was a disappointment. I've only been to 3 Atlanta Breads, and all have been under-whelming. This one, in Champaign, Illinois, was dirty and poorly run. My meal was mediocre, and the employees stood around while debris sat in piles in the dining room....More
Good food, very quick service, low cost. Good rang of sandwiches and burgers. Is popular so can get busy at peak times.