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Einstein Bros. Bagels closes Spokane locations

Two Einstein Bros. Bagels establishments in Spokane have shuttered after more than four years of service.

Einstein Bros. Bagels owner Mark Schmidt announced closure of the two franchised bagel shops at 1601 N. Division St. and 2 W. Third Ave. in aFacebook post last week.

Einstein Bros. Bagels is a fast-casual eatery offering bagels, sandwiches, paninis, soups, salads and coffee.

Einstein Bros. Bagels is part of Colorado-based Einstein Noah Restaurant Group Inc. – a company known for the Bruegger’s Bagels, Noah’s New York Bagels and Manhattan Bagel brands.

Schmidt and Einstein Noah Restaurant Group, Inc. did not respond to requests for comment.

Einstein Bros. Bagels has more than 700 locations nationwide – with 11 in Washington – including an establishment in Cheney at Eastern Washington University that remains open.

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