Start Your Day with Dunkin’ at Soul Cycle Tomorrow

Refuel after spin class with Dunkin's signature Power Breakfast Sandwich.


Photo credit Spencer Buell / Soul Cycle

Dunkin’ is making sure their name change (dropping the “Donuts” to just be Dunkin’) isn’t the only difference you see when you choose to dine, or grab a quick coffee, at one of the many stores around the city—the Canton-based company is making big steps in the wellness community. First, they partnered with Saucony for a special-edition Boston Marathon shoe and now they’re making even more headway in the wellness sphere by partnering with Soul Cycle to debut healthier meal offerings—and we have to say, we’re pretty impressed.

Tomorrow, during the 6 a.m., 7 a.m., and 8 a.m. classes at Soul Cycle in Back Bay, riders will have a chance to taste the new Power Breakfast sandwich and Energy Cold brew, as well as almond milk lattes. The sandwich, only available for a limited time, features a veggie egg white omelet with spinach, peppers, and onions, plus turkey sausage and American cheese on a new multigrain sandwich bread topped with seeds and rolled oats. The sandwich tops out at only 370 calories with 20 grams of whole grains, a whopping 24 grams of protein, and no artificial flavors—a pretty good alternative to other items on the menu. Compare that to the sausage, egg, and cheese on a croissant, which clocks in at 700 calories, 51 grams of fat, and probably a hefty crash at about 10 a.m.

Dunkin’s new line of espresso drinks includes a cold brew coffee that has an extra shot of espresso in it for even more energy throughout your day. And the almond milk latte, made with a shot of espresso and almond milk, is described as being smooth and balanced.

Soul Cycle instructor Maddy Ciccone will be there for all classes helping Dunkin’ pass out the healthy fare.

As Dunkin’ continues to find their identity (sans Donuts) might we see more wellness initiatives from this beloved Boston brand? We’re totally here for it, just as long as we can get a few Munchkins every now and then.

Drop in rates apply, Soul Cycle, 500 Boylston St., Boston, 6 a.m.-9:30 a.m.,