This just in: The Chick-fil-A bagel is history, according to a company announcement. The chain began testing a bagel-less breakfast as early as Jan.
Chick-fil-A has announced several moves that will consolidate its menu. Alongside the bagel, the latest item to get the boot is decaf coffee.
In order to streamline operations during the pandemic, McDonald's discontinued several menu items and even stopped serving All-Day Breakfast
Taco Bell also underwent extensive menu cuts, and Mini Skillet Bowls seem to be a permanent casualty of those cuts
Though this sweet-but-not-overwhelmingly-so bagel option left Panera's menu last year, the chain has about a dozen other bagel options.
Panera, in fact, ended up cutting several breakfast options once the pandemic hit.
Denny's is known for its big menu, but even this chain had to streamline operations last fall.
IHOP used to have a 12-page menu, which they replaced with a 2-page, disposable menu last year.
Up until last year, oatmeal was a breakfast option on Burger King's menu. And the company wasn't just ringing up any ol' oatmeal.
Burger King also got rid of its sausage burrito. They still have a burrito option on the breakfast menu, and the Eggnormous Burrito has everything—eggs, cheese, hash browns, and bacon—but the sausage.