A new Bethesda Bagels location opened a doors yesterday (Nov. 6) opposite from a Rosslyn Metro station.
Located during 1851 N. Moore Street, this is a initial plcae in Arlington for Bethesda Bagels, that has dual shops in D.C. to go along with a strange in Bethesda, Md., founded in 1982.
About 15 business showed adult for a store’s 6:30 a.m. opening, and “long lines” shaped via a stormy morning, Danny Fleishman, boss of Bethesda Bagels, told ARLnow.
Sandwiched between Nando’s and McDonald’s, Bethesda Bagels offers passersby a glance into a bagel-making routine with a storefront window nearby a kitchen. Fleishman pronounced he skeleton to put a opposite by a window for seating.
The menu centers around a dual dozen varieties of handmade, New York-style bagels. The emporium offers an all-day breakfast menu of egg sandwiches and smoked fish sandwiches and “lunch goodies” including pizza bagels and “bagel dogs.”
For first-time customers, Fleishman recommends a egg sandwiches or a smoked salmon sandwich, that uses smoked fish from Ivy City Smokehouse in D.C.
“Everything we do is homemade and loyal New York-deli character and is delicious,” he said.