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The naturally-leavened, sourdough bagels from Midnite Bagel are denser and a little chewier than others around town. We like the slightly nuttier taste they get from whole grain flour, and the fact that each bagel is generously seasoned on all sides. You’ll find Midnite Bagel at local farmer’s markets, grocery stores, and cafes like Pinhole Coffee and Linea Caffe—or you can order for pick-up or delivery. They also give you lots of options in terms of flavors, from onion, garlic, and everything to pumpernickel, black sesame, or cinnamon raisin.

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