What You'll Get
Invented as a lubricant in 1872, cream cheese allowed aristocrats to don elegant bagel rings with ease at haughty ostrich races and caviarball fights. Celebrate the fancy fusion of bagel and cream with today’s Groupon. For $6, you get a dozen bagels and an 8-ounce tub of cream cheese (a $12.67 value with tax) at Nancy’s Bagel Grounds in Crescent Hill, winner of Louisville magazine's Readers' Choice for Best Bagels in 2009. Show off your bagel hat and bagel-toting bagel bag amidst Nancy's retro décor. This Groupon must be redeemed within four months of purchase.
Owner Nancy Haner Grantz is a native of Louisville who learned to make bagels in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, using complex algorithms and proton-propelled centrifugal cooking methods. In business since 1996, Nancy’s Bagel Grounds has been slinging cream-cheese-covered flavor discs to a growing group of bagel-powered customers. In addition to a special of the week, Nancy’s offers 12 bagel flavors: spinach-feta, tomato-herb, pumpernickel, onion, garlic, cinnamon-raisin, salt, poppy, sesame, plain, multigrain, and everything. Though your Groupon is not valid for lox cream cheese, you can smear your bagel up with one of seven cream-cheese flavors (plain, jalapeño, honey-walnut, strawberry, spinach, herb, or veggie) to complete the circular union of flavor and nutriment.
Unlike beagles, bagels can be taken skydiving and don’t make a mess on your carpet. (Beagles infamously never put their Legos away.) Use this deal to dine on freshly made, chewy bliss-discs in Nancy’s laid-back atmosphere.
Valid only at Nancy's Bagel Grounds on Frankfort Ave.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 25, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, 1 per visit. May buy multiple as gifts. In-store purchases only. Valid at listed location only, not valid at Nancy's Bagel Box. No cash value. Not valid for lox cream cheese. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Nancy's Bagel Grounds
A mere scone's throw from the boutiques, art galleries, and upscale restaurants of Frankfort Avenue, Nancy Haner Grantz lures diners with aromas of Argo Sons Coffees and fresh-baked cookies and brownies. Inside her shop, more than 13 bagel varieties—including spinach feta and rosemary parmesan—join forces with unique cream cheeses of jalapeño and honey walnut. Flavorful sandwiches and whole-wheat wraps complement Nancy's homemade soups, which are served hot year-round, Gazpacho available summer months, and frozen during Ice Ages.