The best bagel shops in Los Angeles

From classic New York-style to more experimental bagel shops, here’s where to get the best bagels in L.A.
Betty Hallock, Bill Addison, Danielle Dorsey, Jenn Harris, Stephanie Breijo, Lucas Kwan Peterson • Los Angeles Times • March 9, 2023
Just as in the Oscar-nominated film from directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, bagels seem to be everywhere all at once lately. This might not be news in New York, where bagels first made their stateside appearance in the late 19th century,...
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