April 10, 2024

5 Bagel Places In Vegas You Need To Check Out

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Bagels are a premiere breakfast food item that often times gets overlooked by it’s sweeter competitor, the doughnut. Though these doughy circles are not as sugary they are sure to curve an appetite for breakfast goers on the go. Las Vegas has quite a few bagel eateries that stretch across the valley for many to try.

Bagel Places And New Topping Choices

Bagel places caught on to the consumer needs when they expanded their menus and toppings. Sorry cream cheese you are great, don’t get us wrong but you needed to phone in a friend. Spicing up a bagel can be endless with the toppings possibilities. Adding the “not-so-typical” bagel toppings has exploded over social media creating a new wave of bagels. Have you tried Hot Cheetos, pesto spread, or lox? Completely out of this world!

Plus, bagels make the perfect handheld sandwich size making the conventional bagel useable in more ways than one. Bagels are going outside the box and in the best way possible. The breakfast bagel is a common sandwich many customers may see with eggs, bacon and cheese or the Lox cream cheese, tomato, onion, and capers version. No matter which you prefer, bagel places have come a long way.

Types Of Bagels: Building A Community

Bagels have a cult following like any food but what’s special is that these shops offer a place for the community to gather, work and mingle. Though many of the places are small, they are widening Vegas’ culinary exploration.

Here are a few bagel places in Las Vegas that you should explore if you haven’t already. Go outside of your comfort zone and try something new. Enjoy!


Location: 252 Convention Center Dr

Hours Of Operation:
6:00 a.m. – 3:30p.m. Daily

Bagelmania is bringing the heat when it comes to superb bagels. Their website states that they have 23 bagel options with fan favorites including blueberry, egg everything, rye bagel and chocolate chip. They call their cream cheese “shmears.” If you like apples and cinnamon, we recommend trying their apple-cinnamon shmears. When you’re driving past, you can’t miss the giant bagel on the outside.

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