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5 Best Bagel Shops in Toronto 🥇

Below is a list of the top and leading Bagel Shops in Toronto. To help you find the best Antiques located near you in Toronto, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Toronto’s Best Bagel Shops:

The top rated Antiques in Bagel Shops are:

  • NU Bügel – modern, cozy bakery offering wood-fired bagels, bagel sandwiches & coffee, plus outdoor seating
  • What A Bagel – has been mixing, boiling, dressing, and baking bagels the same way since we switched on their ovens in 1997
  • The Bagel Stop – was founded in 1987 by Alex Zilberberg and Felix Zonenberg
  • Bubby’s New York Bagels & Soho Sushi – offers a full breakfast and lunch menu
  • The Bagel House – has been bringing authentic Montreal-style bagels to Torontonians

NU Bügel

NU Bügel
NU Bügel was founded in the summer of 2013 out of our love for bagels. It was only appropriate for them to open a shop at Kensington Market because it served as their home away from home when they first arrived in Toronto. Traditional Montreal-style bagels are freshly cooked in a 20,000-pound oven powered entirely by wood. At Nu Bügel, they seek to honor history while allowing themselves room to experiment, since they believe that bagel culture belongs to everyone, regardless of who they are or where they come from.

Products/Services:

Bagels, Bagel Sandwiches, Gluten-Free Bagel, Bulk Bagels, Deli, Salads, Drinks, Catering

LOCATION:

Address: 240 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2L7
Phone: (647) 748 4488
Website: nubugel.com

REVIEWS:

“By far the best bagel I’ve had in a very, very long time. I didn’t have any expectations but it was so good I haven’t stopped thinking about it. Went with chive cream cheese and was so happily surprised that it was the perfect amount of flavour. Worth every penny!” – Sierra Lefave

What A Bagel

What A Bagel
What A Bagel kept the winning formula going. Since they turned on their ovens in 1997, they’ve been mixing, boiling, seasoning, and baking bagels the same manner. The originator of What A Bagel, Joseph Farbman, thought that the ultimate bagel required everything to be cooked from scratch using natural ingredients and delivered fresh from the oven. With 12 thriving What A Bagel Toronto bakeries and cafés around the city, they’re now home to the greatest bagels in Toronto. Aside from bagels which are also vegan, they offer delectable pastries such as flaky croissants and fluffy cinnamon buns, as well as a comprehensive catering menu with light and healthy alternatives.

Products/Services:

Bagels, Bakery, Caterer

LOCATION:

Address: 130 Spadina Ave., Toronto, ON M5V 1X9
Phone: (647) 347 7222
Website: whatabagel.com

REVIEWS:

“Great place to grab fresh bagels! Tons of variety and the bagels are pretty big, so good value for money. Personally I liked the cinnamon raisin the best, but would also recommend trying a rainbow bagel just for the fun of it” – Allison Choquette

The Bagel Stop

The Bagel Stop
The Bagel Stop was launched by Alex Zilberberg and Felix Zonenberg in 1987. They soon realized the bagel’s potential to evolve into a substitute to popular fast food after being nurtured and taught in the baking sector. Since its inception in 1987, The Bagel Stop has been a huge success in every location it has established, resulting in a satisfied and devoted client base. They come in over eighteen different flavors, ranging from plain to chocolate chip, and are hard on the surface yet soft and chewy on the inside. Bagels are even more versatile when paired with your favorite spread or made into delectable deli sandwiches.

Products/Services:

Bagel, Catering

LOCATION:

Address: 222 Bay St #110, Toronto, ON M5K 1A1
Phone: (416) 306 0697
Website: thebagelstop.com

REVIEWS:

“Best Bagel Stop location in the PATH. I have two other bagel stops closer to my office but I still go out of my way to go to this location.” – Sarah Jane Wolch

Bubby’s New York Bagels & Soho Sushi

Bubby's New York Bagels & Soho Sushi
Bubby’s New York Bagels & Soho Sushi is exactly what it says on the tin: an old-school Brooklyn bagel bakery and cafe. They’re happy to offer 30 different variations of our award-winning bagels. Each of their freshly baked bagels is handmade and kettle boiled by individuals who are enthusiastic about offering excellent bagels, which is why Bubby’s bagels are so wonderful. Bialys, sandwiches, wraps, salads, pastas, pastries, poutine, party platters and trays, as well as freshly packed schmears, 20 distinct special herrings, and full-service event catering are all available.

Products/Services:

Bagel, Soho Sushi, Catering

LOCATION:

Address: 3035 Bathurst St, North York, ON M6B 3B5
Phone: (416) 862 2435
Website: bubbysbagels.com

REVIEWS:

“We decided this year to try all the legit bagel bakeries in Toronto. Will take a few weeks. We’ve tried 5 places in the last week, probably we’ll hit about 20 more in the weeks ahead. To date, Bubby’s is the clear winner. Plump, sweet, fabulous texture. Geoff” – Geoff Bateman

The Bagel House

The Bagel House
The Bagel House has been serving authentic Montreal-style bagels to Toronto residents since 1999. After working for several years at Montreal’s legendary bagel bakers, Real Bagel, Fairmount, and St.Vaiteur, they honed their skill. Water, flour, sugar, eggs, and oil are the only components used in our bagels; no shortening is used. They’re hand-rolled and cooked in honey water for a crunchy-sweet exterior before being baked in a maple-fueled wood oven.

Jassi and Chouhan arrived in Montreal and began working in the aforementioned bakeries. They’re slowly but steadily learning how to make true Montreal-style bagels. After much deliberation, they decided to reveal the secret gem to Ontarians and open up their doors.

Products/Services:

Bagels

LOCATION:

Address: 2572 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4P 2J3
Phone: (416) 481 2572
Website: thebagelhouse.com

REVIEWS:

“I am so lucky this place is located near my home in the Yonge and Eglinton area. There is nothing like a warm Montreal style bagel with whip cream cheese. They had so many bagels you’re sure to find a flavour you’ll love. They even sell day old bagels which are just as tasty warmed up.” – Greg Keane

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