The bagel has been the pristine edible template of quality smearing since the hey-days of Patti LaBelle. For $6, today’s Groupon gets you 13 bagels and two tubs of cream cheese from Big City Bagels and Deli, the San Diego CityBeat reader's choice for Best Bagel. This chewy-hole bread, which won Best Bagel on Citybeat, will have you spraying cream cheese out of fire hoses in excitement.
Big City Bagels supports its mathematical generosity with its bagels, made in-store, fresh daily and never with fat, cholesterol, additives, lead paints, or preservatives. Divine your perfect arrangement of mood-boosting bagels from a wide variety of flavors and recipes, including, but not limited to, sesame, onion, garlic, everything, honey whole wheat, blueberry, spinach parmesan, and of course, plain. Embrace the one food where it’s never ordinary to go plain, due to smooth, uberspread light or regular cream cheese.
For those looking for the ultimate absolution for obliterating a vintage vase with a vintage tennis racket, a baker’s dozen of bagels goes a long way. Peer through a bagel's gaping hole to see the light at the end of a dough-tunnel.
Guide to Inaccurate Numbers
A dozen means 12, yet a Baker's Dozen means 13. While the term baker's dozen is fairly well known, here's a guide to other non-accurate numbers to avoid future confusion:
- Fireman's Dozen: Means only eight, and refers to the number of months in the annual Sexy Fireman's Calendar.
- Exploder! The Energy Wine 500: This popular car race only features 100 laps that are relived over and over again in the racers' memories.
- Jeffrey Henmark's Couple: "Couple" usually means two, but nobody has ever met Henmark's "girlfriend" because she lives in Canada.
- The Matrix Trilogy: Actually refers to just one movie and two completely forgotten wastes of time.
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