Founded by four native New Yorkers who rolled their bagel wheels southward, Bagel Palace entices Atlantans with the tantalizing aroma of freshly baked bagels, pastries, cakes, and deli fare. Crisp, golden exteriors and dense, spongy centers make Bagel Palace's traditional boiled and baked bullions great for nourishing noshing, providing ample fuel to punch elitist toast-touter arguments full of holes. Keep shmear simple with a bagel and cream cheese ($2.35) or lavish your dough disk with an ample slathering of specialties such as vanilla-walnut-raisin cream cheese ($3.69). Noontime diners can take pleasure in a perfect pairing of lunchtime soups and sandwiches, such as the chicken-noodle matzo-ball soup ($4.50) and a corned-beef reuben ($9.75) or pastrami ($8.65) sandwich. End meals with an assortment of baked goods such as macaroons, danishes, fruit-filled hamentashen, and other sweet-tooth soothing treasures.