Sunday, November 24, 2013


The bagels at Beygl are exceptional, with floavor that you don't find in traditional bagels. The addition of brown sugar plus the kettle boil creates an authentic bagel with a unique flavor. I love Beygl's bagels. The bagels are divided into two types- traditional and artisan. I lean towards the artisan because of their originality. The sea-salt and cracked pepper as well as the rosemary, olive oil are my personal faves. The bagels are baked from light to dark so all bread mavens like myself can find one done to their liking Some yummy spreads and delicious coffee make this a great morning pit-stop, but if you don't live in "the Slope", these bagels are worth the trip. GO! GO!

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