Everything with a bagel at Bagel Café

The eggs at Bagel Café are great—especially the spinach and feta omelet. And there’s a smorgasbord of meats offered for breakfast, from bologna to tongue. But the winning element is that you get a bagel with just about anything you order. The bagels are chewy and fresh and served with a sizable cup of smooth cream cheese on the side. It’s not the way to uncarb yourself for swimsuit season, but it does make breakfast deliciously indulgent. $1 per bagel or 14 for $10, 301 N. Buffalo Dr., 255-3444.

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