Whole grain bagels or sandwiches in Boston
June 8, 2007 8:25 PM   Subscribe

Where can I get either whole grain bagels or sandwiches in Boston?

What Boston fast food places or cafés offer either whole grain bagels or sandwiches on whole grain bread?
posted by gregb1007 to Food & Drink (6 answers total)
Best answer: First that comes to mind is Panera.
My brain is completely blanking on the other Panera type chains around.
posted by Cat Pie Hurts at 9:30 PM on June 8, 2007

Best answer: Finagle-A-Bagel
posted by paxton at 10:10 PM on June 8, 2007 [1 favorite]

My first thought is, where can you not get whole grain bread in Boston? Does whole wheat bagel count? Most of the cafes downtown, in Back Bay, and in the South End should have it. Most of the cafes in the Brighton/Brookline area would, too. Since you say fast food, would you also be amenable to grocery stores? If so, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's and several 'independent' shops will definitely have whole grain bread and bagels. Iggy's bread is carried many places (cafes and grocery stores), as is Clear Flour's, and both have very hearty whole grain bagel/bread options. What neighborhood are you in?
posted by cocoagirl at 5:59 AM on June 9, 2007

Heck, even my local Shaw's carries not-terrible whole-grain bagels. OP, I think we need a clarification.
posted by backupjesus at 7:07 AM on June 9, 2007

Response by poster: No I meant really cafés.. places where you could order and eat inside... but cocoagirl.. you'd be suprised at how many places don't have it.. That's why I asked the question...
posted by gregb1007 at 1:50 PM on June 9, 2007

Best answer: In Bay Village, try Rachel's Kitchen. If I remember correctly, they do have whole grain bread and bagel choices, and if not, the owners are very accomodating so just ask and I'll bet they make an effort to stock them.
posted by kuppajava at 8:32 AM on June 10, 2007

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