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8.2

Townie Bagels

After downing a pitcher of mojitos at the pool and singing along to musical theater videos at Quadz all night, a dozen bagels or so is probably necessary. Be the hero of your vacation rental and go to Townie Bagels. The massively popular shop started out as an at-home business before eventually moving into their current brick-and-mortar on Sunny Dunes Rd. just south of downtown in 2015. The bagels here are all water-boiled giving them a crispy, crackling exterior and a perfectly soft interior. You can’t go wrong with any of the spreads–which are also all made in-house–but we’re partial to either the actually-spicy jalapeno or veggie cream cheese. Don’t miss the lox either, they’re probably the freshest in the desert.

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