5 places to get bagels around Fort Worth

Don’t skip the most important meal of the day.


Where to get bagels around Fort Worth, TX

There’s nothing like a piping hot cup of coffee on a Saturday morning followed by a bagel stacked with cream cheese and other delectable fillings. Whether you’re a classic breakfast sandwich or a lox bagel kind of person — here’s your go-to guide to local bagel shops around Fort Worth.

🥯 Yogi’s Deli and Grill, 2710 S. Hulen St.

Voted Best Bagels by Fort Worth Weekly and Best Breakfast by Fort Worth Magazine — this 21-year-old diner is serving up breakfast all day with make-your-own bagel sandwich options and lox with cream cheese.

🥯 Boopa’s Bagel Deli, 6513 N. Beach St.

Known for its New York-style bagels with a firm exterior and a soft and fluffy interior, Boopa’s kettle boils its bagels and makes all of its cream cheeses in-house. Choose from 15+ flavor options and be sure to try Booplache — a classic Texas kolache made with bagel dough.

🥯 Carshon’s Delicatessen, 3133 Cleburne Rd.

Carshon’s is the only kosher-style deli in Fort Worth and has been around since 1928. Grab a toasted bagel with the option of regular and vegetable cream cheeses, or a lox and cream cheese bagel plate.

🥯 Bodega South Main, 203 S. Main St.

Located on the north side of South Main, owner Tasha Monticure is running this deli/grocery store hybrid featuring essential grocery items + deli sandwiches including bagels with a variety of cream cheese and schmear options.

🥯 Paris Coffee Shop, 704 W. Magnolia Ave.

Recommended by locals, the lox and bagel platter is a must-try at this classic Magnolia Avenue diner. The sandwich comes with cured smoked salmon on a toasted bagel with chive cream cheese, red onion, an egg, and other toppings.

Because breakfast is the most important meal of the day, after all, we’re looking to do another local breakfast guide. Let us know what items you want to see featured.

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