The Harper Court location of Einstein Bros. Bagels, staffed with over 50 people from the local community, opened on Monday, November 23, to a very enthusiastic reception from Hyde Park residents, workers, students, and visitors.
Situated at 5230 S. Harper Court, behind the Hyatt Place Hotel in the Harper Court mixed-use development, Einstein Bros. Bagels is open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week. The restaurant offers a full menu of bagels, breakfast and lunch sandwiches, sweets, and beverages, as well as catering options.
The Harper Court Einstein’s location celebrates its grand opening on Thursday, December 10, from 4-8 p.m. Guests receive a 10% discount on purchases during this time and are eligible for raffle prizes including free coffee and bagels for a year. The Harper Court private street area will also feature an ice carving demonstration from 4-6 p.m. as part of Hyde Park Holiday Nights, the three-week holiday celebration on December 3, 10, and 17. To show its support for the local community, Einstein Bros. Bagels will be hosting a “Hot Chocolate Welcome Station” at each of the three events, with free hot chocolate and sweets while supplies last.
Gary M. Pahl, brand and operations manager for Robinson Hill USA, the owner/operator of the Harper Court Einstein Bros. Bagels location, stated, “We could not be happier with the welcome we have received from Hyde Park. We’re very proud of this new restaurant and the operations team we have selected, and are confident that once people come in they’ll love the friendliness of our staff, food options, double-sided fireplace, and seating area with plenty of outlets and Wi-Fi access.”
“The opening of Einstein Bros. Bagels is an important milestone for Harper Court as well as the entire 53rd Street area,” said James Hennessy, associate vice president for commercial real estate operations for the University. This location has strong visibility and will be a welcome asset for so many people – whether workers at Harper Court, guests at Hyatt Place, students, families, and more.”