Bagels

7 Listings

The truth is, you actiually CAN get a decent bagel outside of New York. Our experts recommend these spots.


Bagel Café

When Bagel Café opened its original location in 1996, the surrounding area was little more than desert and new construction. But New York transplants Savvas and Shari Andrews saw the potential in t...

Bagel Café (Del Mar Deli)

When Bagel Café opened its original location in 1996, the surrounding area was desert and new construction around the South Point Hotel Casino & Spa. But New York transplants Savvas and Shari Andre...

Bagelmania

A huge winner with eight of those surveyed selecting it for the Bagel category (including freelance writer Matt Villano), one for Sandwiches (Las Vegas Advisor Publisher Anthony Curtis) and one for...

Leone Cafe

Leone Cafe was one of the original tenants of Tivoli Village, and has been an island of stability as numerous spots around it have changed (in some cases repeatedly). Pass by nearly anytime of day ...

New York Bagel N Bakery

The Montesano family, longtime Southern Nevada restaurateurs who most recently had Montesano’s Italian Eateria, have both branched out and returned to their roots with this New York-style deli. Ne...

Sadelle's

Two longtime local food writers recommend Sadelle’s for bagels, including Al Mancini (who lived for ten years in New York City). So does Mina Group corporate executive chef and partner Adam Sobel, ...

Weiss Deli

The word “iconic” might be overused, but not when it’s used in the same sentence as Weiss Restaurant Deli Bakery. Located in Henderson, the deli and bakery have been serving bagels and other delish...

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