Faithful Fans Swear Courage Bagels Is Worth the Wait

On Thursdays through Sundays, an artisanal bagel shop is drawing long lines of carb worshippers to Virgil Village
Paul Schrodt • Los Angeles Magazine • May 11, 2021
To the faithful, Courage Bagels is much more than a bagel place. It opened quietly and sporadically in October in Virgil Village, a rapidly gentrifying Eastside pocket. In March, it was featured in a barn burner of a New York Times article...
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