As you stand in line to order one of Bruegger's freshly made bagels or sandwiches, be sure to take a look over your shoulder and look through the viewing window that shows the cauldron of goodness, which cooks up their tasty offerings. With 15 to 20 different types of bagels and nearly the same amount of cream cheeses, breakfast (or any other time of the day, for that matter) can almost always be a unique experience. Not to be outdone by their own bagels, Bruegger's offers up an excellent variety of sandwiches, both ready-to-go or custom-built. Their bagelcreationists are willing to toast, spread and cut them to your liking. With locations scattered all throughout town, you shouldn't be too far from a satisfying breakfast meal.
177 N. Church Ave.
—A sign that we should probably give up on this category: Five votes for (the now closed) Bagelry; six votes with some variation on "They're all terrible since the Bagelry closed"; a few votes for Bruegger's that included "unfortunately."
—Number of different spellings of "Bruegger's": Too many to count, really.