Today's Groupon is good bedaubed in butter, covered with cream cheese, or hung upon a maypole before the opening ceremony of a child's lacrosse tournament. You get 13 New York-style bagels and two 8-oz. tubs of cream cheese for $7 at St. Paul Bagelry in Roseville (a $14 value). The Roseville Review hailed St. Paul Bagelry's flavorful foodstuffs as the Best Lunch Under $10.
St. Paul Bagelry's bagels contain all-natural ingredients, are baked fresh daily, and come in more than 15 flavors. Try jalapeno cheese, multi-grain honey, asiago cheese, blueberry, or caramel apple. The New York-style breadstuffs have a moist crust and puffy inside that's especially conductive to St. Paul's superb cream cheese.
St. Paul's is a family-owned and -operated bagelry with a mission to make bagels so delicious that they cause instant relaxation and bageljoy. Bagels are the perfect food for serving at that important company event, correcting the unsteady leg of a gimp table, or rolling down a dozen-holed slope. Or you can carbreakfast on 12 consecutive mornings, freeze some bagels for later, or place them on trolley tracks to stop the slowly spinning wheels of a trolley that has somehow come to life and is saddened by its obsoleteness.
St. Paul Bagelry & Deli
Since opening the doors of St. Paul Bagelry & Deli in 2007, sisters and co-owners Dodie Green and Peggy Teed have aspired to improve the lives of their customers with New York–style bagels, frothy smoothies, and freshly roasted coffee. Staffers also dole out stacked sandwiches during breakfast and lunch with piping hot cups of coffee and foamy lattes. For morning meetings and group get-togethers, catering trays can be delivered to your door piled high with scones, bagels, and an audio tape of a rooster crowing.