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Bagel Shops In Bronx

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Bagel Shops


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Business Listing   A-L-A Bagels Inc - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 549-9709


Business Listing   Jerry's Bagels - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 519-1780


Business Listing   Just Bagels - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 822-3545


Business Listing   Just Bagels Deli - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 918-1910


Business Listing   Just Bagels Inc - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 328-9700


Business Listing   Mister Bagel Of Broadway Inc - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 549-0408


Business Listing   Riverdale Bagels - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 601-4502


Business Listing   Rolen Bagels Inc - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 601-5357


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Helpful Definition for: Bagel Shops

Bagels are types of breads which are available in bagel shops in cities all over the world. They owe their origin to Jewish sweet shops and the bagels have been a traditional food item for a long time in and around the holy city. Bagels, like other bakery products, are available in many supermarkets in Bronx.

Bagel shops in Bronx are involved in selling bagels with spreads which are made into sandwiches. Bagel shops are also types of kosher, where food is served in accordance to Jewish dietary rules. There are many bagel shops in Bronx which also serve salads. In Bronx, some bagel shops serve menu which are similar to that of pizza shops.

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