Fifth Street Bagelry

★★★★☆

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Mon-Fri 6:30am-5pm, Sat 7am-4pm

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This place has great local coffee and everyone is very nice. The sandwiches are great on a bagel. In the morning I recommend getting the "Three Little Pigs."

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This place has great local coffee and everyone is very nice. The sandwiches are great on a bagel. In the morning I recommend getting the "Three Little Pigs."

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Kudos to this poor bagelry for trying to bring something fun and different into this land of chain-spotting! The bagels certainley are edible, but none of the crunchy outter east-coast crunch nor the sweet southern doughy-ness. They are just quite bland, after trying four different varieties. The light berry cream cheese was bad (not rotted, it just tasted terrible), so I have not tried others. Their cornbread salad is similarly bland and surprisingly uninteresting, although a will say a tomat. ravioli soup was pretty good there. I will continue to go to support this local business, but am unlikely to order more than coffee and perhaps that soup. Why are the bagels at Albertsons around the corner better? So weird! (And they really need to be open on Sundays, but many businesses here close shop on Sunday.)

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Kudos to this poor bagelry for trying to bring something fun and different into this land of chain-spotting! The bagels certainley are edible, but none of the crunchy outter east-coast crunch nor the sweet southern doughy-ness. They are just quite bland, after trying four different varieties. The light berry cream cheese was bad (not rotted, it just tasted terrible), so I have not tried others. Their cornbread salad is similarly bland and surprisingly uninteresting, although a will say a tomat. ravioli soup was pretty good there. I will continue to go to support this local business, but am unlikely to order more than coffee and perhaps that soup. Why are the bagels at Albertsons around the corner better? So weird! (And they really need to be open on Sundays, but many businesses here close shop on Sunday.)

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