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The Very Best Bagels in Denver, CO 🥯

Rosenbergs
Bakery Four
Moe’s Broadway
Rosenbergs
Bakery Four
Moe’s Broadway

What’s a food that tastes good at any time of the day no matter the circumstance? Bagels of course!! They are so versatile with so many different flavors and toppings that you’ll never get tired of them. Denver is covered with bagel spots, so next time you’re craving some hot fresh carbs covered in homemade spreads and toppings, check out our list of bagel spots to help you out.

 


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Rosenbergs

725 E 26th Ave Denver, CO 80205
(720) 440-9880

While their bagels aren’t as thick and fluffy as the varieties found in Jersey and New York, this shop has such wide bagel varieties that are sure to fit most people’s tastes. This variety includes some staple flavors such as egg, sesame, poppy, and garlic along with some unique flavors like the pump everything bagel. What makes this spot popular is the fact that customers can build their bagel sandwiches. Some of the spreads they offer include in-house hummus, peanut butter, strawberry jam, and several different types of cream cheese. Their fish options are impressive as they offer the Scottish smoked salmon, sable, gravlax, pastralmon, and kippered salmon.

 


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Leroy’s

 4432 W 29th Ave Denver, CO 80212
(303) 477-0266

One thing we like about Leroy’s is that all the ingredients to make your breakfast sandwich are fresh every day, and their menu is simple enough to pick a bagel that tastes great. The flavors they offer include spinach parmesan, rosemary, jalapeno, and asiago, and they also offer gluten-free flavors that change daily. The must-try sandwich combinations include the El Diablo with tomato, jalapeño, lettuce, pepper jack cheese, and turkey, and the Caprese, which is topped with plain cream cheese prosciutto, basil, and tomato. It doesn’t get too much better than this. 

 

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GetRight’s Bakery and Plant Shop

667 S Raleigh St. Denver, CO 80219
(808) 640-5319

This bakery started as a passion project for the founder and owner, Dulin, who began by selling sourdough bread out of his house. This passion, coupled with years of experience in the restaurant business, was channeled into the GetRights bakery, which offers excellent quality pastries of every kind imaginable! And they make a killer bagel, too. If you can’t decide what kind of bagel you’re in the mood for, get their assorted bagel bag for six flavors of delicious bagels. 

 


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Bakery Four

4150 Tennyson St Denver, CO 80212
Contacts: https://www.instagram.com/bakery.four/?hl=en

The ingredients used for each pastry sold here are well thought out, and you can taste them with each bite. They pride themselves on incorporating quality ingredients such as French sel gris sea salt and camas country flour.They offer the best vanilla bean spandauer, cardamom bun, and pain au chocolat which has a buttery, flaky crust with a soft center filled with 55 percent Valrhona chocolate. This is the best spot for some wholesome stone-milled grain sourdough bagels.

 


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Rebel Bread

675 S Broadway Denver, CO 80209
(720) 892-5522

Rebel Bread should be your first stop when looking for a hand-crafted, freshly baked artisanal bread. This bakery has a subscription-based bread club that offers different selections of pastries that can be delivered to your home weekly. This service allows you to sample different pastries with toppings of your choice in the comfort of your home. This quaint bakery offers great coffee that goes well with an everything bagel and chocolate chip fougasse.

 


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Good Bread

1515 Madison St Denver, CO 80206
(720) 985-1595

The one way that this bake shop ensures that each bagel is fresh and tasty is by using locally sourced ingredients and baking each batch fresh every morning. They are open from Thursday to Sunday from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. Their topping and spread collections include turkey, ham, cheese, sauerkraut, custard, and salmon. This spot is open from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm from Monday to Sunday. Come get them while they’re hot! 

 


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Moe’s Broadway

550 Grant St Denver, CO 80203
(303) 733-7331

This is a family-operated bake shop with a bagel menu crafted with integrity, and this shines through with each bite. They are a community favorite not just because of their exceptional baked goods, but also the warmth and hospitality that each customer is greeted with when they walk into the bakery. The ingredients used to make the pastries are locally sourced, such as the USDA-certified organic flour, Lox filet from Ducktrap of Maine, and dairy products sourced from Tillamook cheese. If you’re looking for something fresh and tasty, you don’t have to look much further. 

 


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Bruegger’s

817 17th St Bank Lofts Building Denver, CO 80202
(303) 675-0606

Bruegger’s is one of the earliest established bagel shops, opening their doors in 1983. They have maintained their stand on offering fantastic quality pastries by adopting practices such as using stone hearth ovens and kettle-cooking before baking which is a barrier-breaking way to ensure excellent quality and consistency in taste. Some of the best bagel toppings spreads to try out in this excellent Denver bakery include bacon scallion, cheesy hash browns, rosemary olive oil, sriracha honey, and garden veggie. They have learned a few tips and tricks over the last couple of decades that they have been making pastries, which is why a pastry stop guarantees happiness and delight in every bite.

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Restaurant recommendations kindly provided by: Haley Paez | @milehighandhungry

Haley Paez is the food lover behind one of Denver’s best food Instagram accounts and blog – @milehighandhungry. With close to 50K followers, she updates locals and travelers on the best eats in town. Even though she is not a Denver native, since moving here from a food capital – Chicago – her love for culture, cuisine, and community came with her and blossomed into this Instagram page.

She tells Denver’s story through the lens of food. All the creative artisans that put themselves on plates are often untold and she brings them and their treasures to life via pictures and video. As someone who grew up with a desire to travel, she accomplished this by trying the food of far away places right in her neighborhood. Therefore, her page shows a wide variety of cuisines to show that traveling doesn’t always take place on planes, instead it finds a way to come through on our plates as well. Follow her on instagram @milehighandhungry to join her journey through the Denver food scene and beyond!