With its huge space, giant U-shaped counter, and balconies surrounding the main floor, Daily Driver looks more like a club than a breakfast spot, but this place in Dogpatch serves bagels instead of forcing you to pay an obscene cover to hear a DJ you won't like. The bagels are chewy with good crunch on the outside, wood-fired fresh every morning, and come with things like lox and homemade cheese. It’s a good spot to come for a coffee date, especially if you’re planning on eating something. The one drawback is that you’ll end up paying $15 for a bagel with pastrami and sauerkraut. Still though, they’re great bagels.
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