PANERA Bread is bringing back two popular items to its menu – but they won’t be available for everyone.
Oftentimes, fast food chains have certain menu options available seasonally.
Before last year, the lobster roll and lobster mac and cheese were brought back for the first time since 2019.
While prices could vary by location, the two items cost $22.99 each.
They were first brought back to the menu on Thursday.
However, the lobster roll and lobster mac and cheese will only be available for a limited time in “select markets,” according to Chew Boom.
They can be ordered in Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island.
The U.S. Sun has reached out to Panera for comment.
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Customers also need to keep other menu updates from the fast food chain in mind.
For example, Panera has brought back Strawberry Poppyseed Salad.
It comes with romaine, chicken, mandarin oranges, strawberries, pineapple, blueberries, and is covered with roasted pecan chunks and poppyseed dressing.
This item is a seasonal offering that’s available during the spring and summer months.
It also launched a new item known as the Southwest Caesar Salad, which includes parmesan cheese, chipotle aioli, and organic blue corn.
Additionally, Panera is implementing a new change to payments.
Customers who link their MyPanera account to Amazon One will be able to pay with the palm of their hand.
Select bakery-cafes in St. Louis will pilot the program with plans to expand to additional locations in the coming months.
For more related stories, Starbucks has confirmed a leaked major menu change that will bring three new summer drinks.
An Applebee’s rival has launched 10 new items for this summer.
And Arby’s customers’ taste buds are tingling over a new bacon ranch item that has launched this week.