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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Detroit Institute of Bagels gets a nod as one of the nation's best bagel shops

Posted By on Wed, Jul 18, 2018 at 11:27 AM

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For bagel lovers everywhere, it can be tricky to find a bakery that can rival the tried-and-true recipe and reputation of New York-style bagels. Although many shops try (and fail) to replicate the original, there are a few bakeries across the nation that are blazing their own bagel-filled trail.

And one of those is our hometown favorite, Detroit Institute of Bagels.



Recently recognized by Thrillist as one of The Best Bagel Shops in America That Aren't in New York, Detroit Institute of Bagels' reputation is growing for its boiled, never-steamed, handmade bagels. From classics like poppy or sesame seed to more eccentric favorites like jalapeño cheddar or rosemary olive oil, DIB is getting attention – and that's not even for their hefty bagel sandwiches.

Check out the full list on Thrillist to see which bagels shops got the nod across the nation.

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