• Saint Louis Bread Company Cares™ Community Cafe

    10 South Central Ave.
    Clayton, MO 63015
    (314) 725-9666
    Located in Panera’s (Saint Louis Bread Company) hometown, our Saint Louis location was the pilot run for our non-profit donation-based cafe model. We chose Clayton because it was one of our oldest cafes – we have deep roots in the neighborhood and we were confident that the people of Clayton would help ensure the cafe’s success. Saint Louis Bread Co. Cares opened on Sunday, May 16, 2010 and the subsequent opening of additional Panera Cares community cafes has been the best testament to its great success.
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  • Panera Cares® Community Cafe (Dearborn)

    22208 Michigan Avenue
    Dearborn, MI 48124
    (313) 274-3301
    We opened our second Panera Cares location right before Thanksgiving 2010 – Sunday, November 21, 2010 to be exact. We had been targeting the Detroit market for quite some time and found the Dearborn site to have the perfect blend of customers that we were looking for. Coupled with a deep sense of community, we were confident that this site would exceed our expectations. And it has.
    200 m
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  • Panera Cares® Community Cafe (Portland)

    4143 NE Halsey Street
    Portland, OR 97232
    (503) 287-5900
    Panera Cares came to the Hollywood district in Portland on January 16, 2011. We’d had our eye on the Pacific Northwest for a few months and were excited when we found the Hollywood cafe – the community’s deep social awareness and interest in innovative programs made it the perfect market for an experiment like Panera Cares.
    200 m
    1000 ft
  • Panera Cares® Community Cafe (Chicago)

    616 W Diversey Pkwy
    Chicago, IL 60657
    (773) 528-4556
    June 21, 2012 was an exciting day for Panera Cares as our fourth location opened in Chicago!Like the other Panera Cares cafes, the Chicago site (located in Lakeview East) is easily accessible via public transportation and expects to attract an eclectic mix of economically diverse customers, exuding a genuine neighborhood vibe.In addition, there are more than 9,000 Lakeview residents who are food insecure.  This need, matched with the neighborhood atmosphere, made Lakeview East an ideal location for Chicago’s Panera Cares cafe.
    200 m
    1000 ft