There are a few bagel chains in Pittsburgh, but it’s not a place that’s known for having great options for circular bread. That is until Pigeon Bagels opened in a small brick building on Hobart Street in Squirrel Hill. It’s the perfect cure after a long night of brewery hopping and the poppy bagel with sun-dried tomato cream cheese is one of our favorite combinations. There are also pastries and coffee, and if you’re here on one of the three days a year that the sun is shining, take your bagels and coffee to Frick Park up the road.
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