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While debates still rage about whether a Philadelphia-made bagel can ever truly compete with New York standard bearers, it’s undeniable that our city has experienced something of a bagel renaissance in the past few years: newcomers like Knead, Spread, and the Bon Appétit-blessed Philly Style Bagels are doing new and exciting things, some of Philly’s longest-running bakeries that dominated the market for years are still turning out great bagels every morning, and even artisan bakeries are getting in on the action with limited-edition runs one or two days per week.
The next time you’re looking for a lox sandwich, an egg and cheese, or just a classic schmear, turn to one of these solid options.
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Spread Bagelry, the Standard | Photo by Jason Varney
Wanna know if someone has ever spent any time living in New York City? Just take her out for bagels anywhere outside the five boroughs and listen to her go on for days about how no bagels are as good as New York City bagels. But you know what we do have? Some of the best regional variations you’re going to find anywhere (and the exceptional breakfast sandwiches made from them), plus our own booming local bagel scene. Here are six operations that take a backseat to no one.
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South Street Bagels, the popular bagel shop and Best of Philly winner for Best Bagels in 2009 and 2013, is coming to 1705 Chestnut Street. Adjacent to the John F. Collins Park, this new location will be known as Chestnut Street Bagels and will open this fall.
1705 Chestnut is the former home of Tokyo Lunch Boxes if that helps you picture the new location.
South Street Bagels [Official]