The Bagelry

Written by on December 27, 2015 in I Eat America, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – Downtown Bellingham, Washington

The Bagelry 2

How I heard of this place: When we were little, my dad would wake up early on Sunday mornings and head downtown to buy us a baker’s dozen fresh, hot bagels from the best bagel-factory ever. Each Sunday morning we would jump out of bed and rush to the kitchen to savor the new and yummy flavors he would choose. After decades of coming back to The Bagelry at every chance we got, we finally stayed to dine in and could get some photos before devouring our meals!

The Bagelry Bagels

Type of cuisine: Bagels galore!

Since 1984, The Bagelry has been a landmark in Bellingham – the place to meet for breakfast, lunch, coffee, or snacks and to enjoy one of our fabulous bagels. The Bagelry employs more than thirty people to serve our seven to eight hundred customers each day. You can find a great cross section of local people at any time of day enjoying these traditional bagels.

The Bagelry Bagel Baskets

There is nothing like a good bagel, and at The Bagelry, we proudly produce the best bagels in the Northwest. The bagels at The Bagelry are made in the time-honored tradition that is hard to find today even in New York. With no preservatives or additives, The Bagelry’s bagels taste like the bagels that our grandparents loved!

The Bagelry Feta 2

The Bagelry is proud to serve Boars Head meats and cheeses and Lotus Coffee.

Stop by the Bagelry where you can get a quality bagel. It’s a luxury you can afford!

Ambiance: Cute. Quirky. Large, yet unpretentious.
The Bagelry Cashier
Simple and warm. Family-friendly. Spacious and smells like a dream…of fresh bread!
The Bagelry Seating Left
What I ordered: I enjoyed an 8-ounce mocha ($2.40) and my husband ordered the 16-ounce mocha ($3.00). My bagel was the classic, Plain with a Jalapeño Cream Cheese ($2.45)
The Bagelry Bagel With Jalapeño Cream Cheese
while my husband chose the Pesto & Ricotta omelette with a buttered plain bagel.
The Bagelry Omelete & Buttered Bagel
We also shared one day-old Blackbottom Cupcake ($2.45) at the recommendation of a customer in front of us in line, and the cashier!
The Bagelry Coffee & Bagel
What I loved: BAGEL! Bagel! Bagel!
The Bagelry Menu
Why I loved it: Have I said how much I love their bagels? Soft, yet dense on the inside, crisped to golden perfection on the outside. Lightly sour, perfectly bready.
The Bagelry Blackbottom Cupcakes
Cost: Low ($1.15 – $7.35 per bagel sandwich)

The Bagelry Coffee Menu

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