We are generally pretty upset with the lack of bagel options in Miami, but if you're craving one and happen to be in or around Brickell, Toasted Bagelry does a decent version. The little shop has a selection of bagel sandwiches named after Miami neighborhoods - like the Little Havana with steak and grilled onions, or the Coral Way Bagel with nova lox and two egg whites. Or you can keep it simple and just grab an everything with as much cream cheese as you can convince them to give you.
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