3020 Mockingbird Lane
There aren't many sure things in this crazy world, but one thing that you can take to the bank is if you find yourself at Shug's Bagels on a weekend morning, there will be a line. More than likely that line will stretch out the door, down the sidewalk and around the building of this Park Cities Village. A second shop is opening soon!
Shug's has wormed its way into the hearts and bellies of North Texas. Native New Yorker and SMU graduate Jason Shugrue noticed the shortage of bagel spots during his college days. After his friend Preston Paine was furloughed from his job at a New York Michelin-starred restaurant last March, the two decided to open Shug's Bagels.
6135 Luther Lane Dallas TX 75225
Experience a taste of the Big Apple right here in Dallas at Sclafani's New York Bagels & Sandwiches. Nestled in the heart of the city, this beloved bagel haven is a go-to spot for both locals and visitors alike. Their authentic New York-style bagels, hand-rolled and baked to perfection, are a true culinary delight. From classic favorites like everything and poppy seed to inventive creations, Sclafani's offers a bagel for every palate.
1520 Elm St #107 Dallas, TX 75201
Discover a celestial bagel experience at Starship Bagel, a hidden gem in the heart of Dallas. Known for their out-of-this-world bagel creations, Starship Bagel takes your taste buds on an intergalactic journey with a menu that orbits around inventive flavors and high-quality ingredients. Their handcrafted bagels are a fusion of tradition and innovation, offering classics like plain and sesame alongside cosmic creations like the Millennial Falcon. Whether you're fueling up for a day of exploration or seeking a cosmic snack, Starship Bagel invites you to embark on a flavor-filled adventure that's truly 'space'-tacular."
1160 Peavy Rd, Dallas, TX 75218
Enter bagel bliss at Lubbies Bagels, where personality meets taste in every bite. A stone's throw from White Rock Lake, this local gem was founded by sisters Jen & Andrea Lubkin and feature artisanal bagels that boast the perfect texture and flavor for bagel enthusiasts across the region. The duo's focus on sustainability shines through both the choice in reclaimed decor, and intentionally sourced ingredients.
Our boldest foodies are encouraged to explore favorites such as the Bagel & Lox and Mishigas! sandwiches. Guests who appreciate a more classic flavor can enjoy the tasty cinnamon raisin or everything bagels. There's something for everyone at Lubbies, so be sure to stop in during your next trip to Dallas.
This pandemic-inspired company is the latest addition to Dallas' bagel scene. One could say this is the bagel spot for the Texas-loving bagel lover. The owners Jessica and Seth Brammer make their bagels with a special variety of Texas-grown wheat that is stone ground by a mill near Austin. The result is a distinct nutty-flavored bagel that supports Texas farmers.
The bagel company does not have a brick-and-mortar shop, but bagels are available for pick-up or delivery on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The online bagel store opens for orders several times a week. To be in the know, join the Secret Bagel Club by texting 'bagels' to 214-480-4627. You will then receive a text when the next ordering window opens.
1901 Skillman Street
This small locally-owned business has been slinging bagels with a schmear in Lakewood for more than 30 years. The New York-style bagels are boiled, seeded and prepared by hand every day.
Along with the traditional bagel flavors, Benny's sells a wide variety of bagels including, asiago cheese, blueberry, jalapeño cheese, and cranberry oat. With cream cheese flavors like jalapeño, spinach, garlic herbs, honey almond apricot, strawberry, cinnamon raisin walnut, onion chive, the mix-and-match bagel and a schemer options are endless. If the options are too overwhelming, the deli also serves sandwiches, wraps and breakfast items.
17062 Preston Road
It's hard to believe that such an authentic New York-style delicatessen, restaurant and bakery could be located in a strip mall in North Dallas, but here we are. The deli's menu is jam packed with Russian-Jewish favorites like latkes, kugels, matzo ball soup, homemade gefilte fish and overstuffed sandwiches.
While it's tempting to order the Pastrami Rueben with its mound of sauerkraut and melted swiss cheese between freshly baked New York-style rye bread, you will not be disappointed with the bagels. Deli-News takes the quintessential Bagel and Lox to a new level with its house-cured salmon, fresh cream cheese and crunchy crust, chewy interior bagel.