1702 Lexington Ave N.
Roseville, MN. 55113
“Really good bagels!”
l0uiel0uie 1 contribution
Apr 24, 2009
They are by FAAAAR the best bagels in the metro.
mmmmm! breakfast sandwiches are calling my name
“Great Bagels, Prices and Service”
bigeater204 4 contributions
May 5, 2009
This place is awesome. They make their own bagels and cream cheese and they taste better than the big guys. Also has good coffee and smoothies. Anthony, the manager, is gives great service in many ways.
St. Paul Bagelry & Deli
-- Derek Rushlow
In Lexington Plaza, a strip mall only five minutes away from Metropolitan State University’s Midway Campus, is a nice little bagel shop called St. Paul Bagelry and Deli. Yes, that’s right, bagelry. I didn’t think such a word existed, not until now.
This is quite a unique bagel shop. You can either get a cold bagel with cream cheese or a hot bagel breakfast sandwich. They have a wide variety of bagels, from plain to cranberry to cinnamon sugar or sun dried tomato—up to around 21 different varieties to choose from
Derek Dishes-Derek Rushlow
by jojo 09/02/2008
BEST BAGELS IN THE STATE! IM NUTS ABOUT THIS PLACE. NEW OWNERS ROCK.
THEY BOUGHT ME LUNCH WHEN I FORGOT MY WALLET! AUTHENTIC NEW YORK BAGELS, AND GREAT SERVICE.
Consistently on the top of Dara Moscowitz (of City Pages) list of bagels places in the cities for good reason: fresh made, authentic, home made cream cheeses, all in a family run joint that now serves Hawaiian coffee. I haven't bought a single bagel from anyplace else since we moved into the neighborhood. I don't plan on it any time soon.
Jenny A. St.Paul
It's awesome. I'm proud to be a regular here. Your attention to detail and amazing customer service make me feel like family! Keep up the great work.
regular bagel knosher
This morning, I tasted heaven - bagel & lox at the St. Paul Bagelry. Bagels and cream cheese are both made on-site. You can tell. They are delicious.
The decor is - mysteriously - Hawaiian. The site of surfboards and palm trees actually cheered my hardened, embittered, Minnesotan soul on this blustery January day.
I paid about $8 for a small coffee and a bagel & lox, and considering how delicious it was I consider it a steal. Plus, it's family-owned and operated.
Jenn 23, just returned from California.
Frying the eggs for your breakfast sandwiches was a stroke of genius. As I sit here and watch Anthony fry one up and smell the incredible aroma that creates, I have decided that you should change the name from St. Paul Bagelry to Tony's Diner. Happy Days!!
regular bagel knosher