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Panera Bread Company Message Board

  • mining_phd mining_phd Dec 18, 2012 11:18 AM Flag

    We go to Chipolte, Splitting a burrito for $8.00 versus $17. for PNRA lunch. Quality of meat changing IMHO at PNRA

     

    PNRA is not as good as it was last year. I think the meat quality is changing. Service is faster at CHiplote and seating easier.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • "...and seating easier."

      Hmm...you mean seating is easier because Chipotle isn't filling its restaurants, and Panera is? that could be bad for diners, but it's great for investors! I always laugh when I own restaurant stock, because I'm quite happy to find out that the wait is unacceptable, and I then turn elsewhere. It's fine to let others have your leavings, until you decide to expand some more and take that away from them, too.

      That said, I do think Panera is overvalued. I just think your viewpoint is wrong.

      Sentiment: Sell

    • spitting a single item menu (burrito), versus buying two multiple item purchases (there is not single item at 17, nor even at half that, if I recall correctly). Let me try

      I prefer putting two people in my new honda, versus buying two toyota's. And I think the tire quality is changing in the Honda....I measure that using my tire quality meter (also double as a meat meter). Plus seating is easier in the honda than the toyota

      easier seating...do the seats roll by and you lean back into them before they whisk you away to the seating area ?

      just teasing a teaser, happy holidays.

      Sentiment: Hold

 
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