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We stopped here before heading to the Cape May Zoo and we were not disappointed. They had a great assortment of fresh bagels, breakfast sandwiches, a great assortment of cream cheeses and some other breakfast bowl options. I highly recommend stopping here for a tasty...breakfast.More
We were looking for a dog friendly breakfast place. We chose Bagel Time and it was definitely the correct choice. Lots of choices besides bagel; good omelet specials. The bagels were so good that we bought a dozen to take home with the honey pecan...spread and the apple raisin cinnamon spread; absolutely delicious. There was a long line to order because there's a lot of call in/take out orders being filled at this time. We said that we would definitely return on our next trip.More
Just had a great breakfast 2 blocks from our condo at 4302 Atlantic. Delicious cappuccinos made with Lavazza coffee and our daughter enjoyed a bagel covered in Nutella. Messy but delicious! So happy we found this place!
Very fresh bagels with a large selection. There are many spreads to choose from as well. There other breakfast items are average but the standouts are the bagels and their half a pineapple hollowed out and filled with berries, pineapple, yogurt and topped with honey...and granola.More
My husband had the $10 Cuban sandwich - it was loaded with chips and waffle fries. You can’t deny it was good value for money and he really enjoyed it.
They didn’t have either vegan option on the board - I’m assuming that’s because it...was the end of the season - so I really struggled to eat which was a real shame.
Loved that the cappuccino was served in a big mug and they had almond milk as an alternative to dairy.More