Panera coming to Porter Square in Cambridge

There’s this sign where the old Qdoba was located:

Qdoba closed in June of last year; the storefront was vacant until this display recently went up. I’m not sure when Panera will open, but I’m glad it’s coming. I love their chocolate croissants, free coffee refills, and sandwiches. Plus, they have free wireless Internet (providing an alternative to the somewhat-cramped Bruegger’s across the street and Porter Square Books, which also doesn’t have a ton of space for using your computer).

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2 Comments on “Panera coming to Porter Square in Cambridge”

  1. Jim Dunne Says:

    Called it!

    Panera has become one of my favorite chains. We had one near work that I’d go to all the time for lunch or coffee. It’s nice too, because while it’s a chain, I don’t think it will take too much business away from the other locally owned spots in the neighborhood. It’s a much better fit than Qdoba which was always going to lose against Anna’s on Somerville Ave.

  2. Christine Laubenstein Says:

    You did call it. Congrats! Next, what’s going to be in the old Uno’s location?


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