Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by schwaiguy, Nov 11, 2013.
I searched but didn't find this topic. Where are best bagels in Vegas?
I have 2 favorites:
Harrie's Bagelmania on East Twain and The Bagel Cafe on Buffalo near Summerlin Parkway. Both have full service delis, also.
Believe it or not.....
The best bagels are at the VEGAS Airport.LOL. I always look forward to buying several bagels at the BAGEL FACTORY at the airport.
Some people here are going to laugh because they say that the airport doesn't have any good food.
I looked on the Strip for a Bagel place and haven't found any yet. LucyR.
Another vote for The Bagel Cafe. Great corned beef sandwiches also.
lol, that's funny, because one of my Vegas traditions is that whenever I have a morning flight home, I always grab a bagel in the airport before getting on the plane. They are not half bad
There are no good bagels in Vegas. At least none as good as what they make in Chicago, lol. That's because the water is different here. I buy them every week at the bakery inside my local Albertson's supermarket, and they're not too bad (better than those at Smith's), but when I visit Chicago I get "real" bagels and can taste the difference.
The best Vegas bagel we've ever tried has to be the ones from room service at Wynncore.
(Not very helpful, I know!) But expecting anything decent outside of NYC is a stretch.
Glazier's Supermarket. I'm from New York and these are the real deal. Around a 10-15 minute ride from the strip though.
Not unique to Vegas but Einstein has the best bagels anywhere IMHO.
Is there none in Vegas? I could swear I have seen one in one of the hotels..? Unless I am mistaken it for one of the many starbucks.
There are quite a few in LV; Decator and Sahara, Maryland Pkwy, Tropicana and Flamingo are the closest to the strip.
This one will be my first choice!
For some reason, this one is piquing my interest. Can you just go in to by bagels, or do you have to be flying somewhere?
Try New Mexico. And not just that, next to Navajo Reservation. You can get a few decent in ABQ and probably Santa Fe, but it's rare.
They shine here, though on frybread and sopapillas.
I'm guessing I can get some type of Lox in Jones Market in Spring Mountain. I have a funny story which took place there. They might have lox at Safeway here.
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