Bend’s best bagels

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Photos by Katya Agatucci (Contact: kagatucci2@cocc.edu)

Bagels are arguably one of the most versatile foods — they can be made into a breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner, or even dessert. As busy college students and journalists, we at The Broadside are always looking for a quick meal at an affordable price, and went on an early morning quest for the best bagel sandwiches in town.

  1. Rockin’ Daves
Rockin’ Daves Turkey Club
  • Turkey Club $8.50
  • Three layers of turkey, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and ranch cream cheese on a bagel of your choice.

“This bagel really took the ‘W’ in my eyes,” -Connor Davenport, business manager.

2. Big O Bagels

Big O Bagels Eye No Egg
  • Eye No Egg $3.95
  • Bacon and cheese on a bagel of your choice.

“I could never argue with a quick breakfast under five dollars.” -Hannah Welbourn, assistant editor

3. Mother’s Cafe

Mother’s Cafe Good Morning Sunshine
  • Good Morning Sunshine $9
  • Turkey, bacon, cheddar, cream cheese, and tomato (we substituted avocado) on a gourmet bagel.

“Perfect cheese to turkey ratio, but an extra $2 for avocado seems a little steep.” -Katya Agatucci, editor in chief

4. Strictly Organic

Strictly Organic Bacon Egg and Cheese
  • Bacon Egg and Cheese $6.50
  • Bacon, egg, and cheese on a plain bagel.

“This bagel had a lot of potential, but the quality didn’t match its price.” -Alicia Welbourn, managing editor ■

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