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Friday, February 26, 2021

Einstein Bros. Bagels debuts uber-Texan breakfast sammie, featuring slow-smoked brisket

Posted By on Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 10:17 AM

click to enlarge COURTESY EINSTEIN BROS. BAGELS
  • Courtesy Einstein Bros. Bagels
Wanna talk about “cowboy breakfasts?"

Colorado-based Einstein Bros. Bagels has debuted its Texas Brisket Egg Sandwich, which features a split jalapeño bacon bagel filled with cheddar cheese, scrambled eggs, smoky chipotle sauce and slow-smoked brisket that's been rubbed in "a blend of classic Texas spices."



The bagel chain isn’t the first to give a new spin to Texans' definitive slab of meat — San Antonio's Curry Boys BBQ marries Thai flavors with slow-smoked brisket and local fave The Well is offering a special brisket-topped burger for this year’s iteration of SA Burger Week.

But we must admit we're curious what the bagel chain's spice blend consists of. The company is based in Colorado, after all.

Hungry meat lovers can sate their brisket-driven curiosity at one of four independent Einstein Bros. Bagels locations in SA. Those located inside universities, hospitals and hotels aren't offering the hearty breakfast sando.

So many restaurants, so little time. Find out the latest San Antonio dining news with our Flavor Friday Newsletter.

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