You can now have a sweet Valentine's Day date over sourdough.
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Today, Panera announces a new way to profess your love to your bread-er half: a Double Bread Bowl, perfect for sharing. Double the soup, double the bread, double the love.

An absolute hit when it was tested in Philadelphia last summer, the Double Bread Bowl is back, this time nationwide, just in time for Valentine’s Day. From February 14 through February 28, Panera fans can pick up a Double Bread Bowl for $9.99 at participating locations.

The bowls will be available in-store, on the website and on the app for Rapid Pickup and delivery, but if your heart is really set on a romantic soup-sharing date, make sure you order early—the Double Bread Bowls are baked fresh daily, and will only be available while supplies last.

While you can always take the lazier route and order online, there will be benefits to visiting a store for this promotion. Guests who order in-store can choose any combination of soups they can dream of—91 different combinations in all—while those who order online or on the app will have to choose from five combinations: Chicken Noodle and Broccoli Cheddar, Creamy Tomato and Broccoli Cheddar, Broccoli Cheddar and Broccoli Cheddar, Bistro French Onion and Broccoli Cheddar or Ten Vegetable and Creamy Tomato.

“Since the test launch, we’ve seen an overwhelming response on social media from fans asking, ‘When will Double Bread Bowls come to my city?’ We’re excited to answer that demand and spread the bread to guests nationwide,” said Tom Sadler, Panera’s Vice President of Food & Beverage Product Development. “The Double Bread Bowl encourages our guests to take their favorite soups to the next level and share an unforgettable meal with a friend or loved one.”

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Whether sharing with a friend or a significant other, the Double Bread Bowl promises a sweet date over a loaf of sourdough. Bonus: now you have an excuse to eat off their plate. Happy dipping!