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East Coast-Style Bagels in Kaysville

You can find East Coast-Style Bagels in Kaysville. Watch Super Bowl at The Gateway. Tucanos has remodeled abd reopened.




East-Coast style bagels

East Coast-Style Bagels in Kaysville

For a decade and a half I lived in Manhattan, which meant I was privy to genuine New York bagels anytime I wished. I often frequented H&H Bagels, Barney Greengrass, Ess-a-Bagel and others. When I moved to Utah, finding an honest-to-goodness East Coast style bagel was a challenge, to say the least. 

Thank goodness then for Janet Feldman, who makes what I consider to be Utah’s best bagels at Feldman’s Deli. A true East Coast type bagel is first boiled and then baked, unlike say, Einstein’s bagels which are not boiled. For all practical purposes, when you buy an Einstein’s bagel you’re buying bread. 

Well, now folks in Davis County – or anyone else in the market for a great East Coast style bagel – can get them, from Cheryl’s Bagels in Kaysville. Like Janet Feldman, Cheryl Mignone hails originally from New Jersey and knows what a good bagel tastes and feels like – texture is important. A real East Coast style bagel should have a crispy exterior and is denser in texture than doughy inferior bagels that aren’t boiled before baking. 

Last year, Cheryl started experimenting with making bagels in her home because she couldn’t find a decent bagel in Davis County. She tested them on her family and visiting friends, who suggested that perhaps she should go into the bagel biz. The next thing you know, Cheryl, who already had a business career, was making bagels for friends and then commercially. Cheryl’s bagels can be ordered online for scheduled pickup at her Kaysville home and, on Mondays, at a location in Sandy. 

She’s now making up to 24 dozen bagels daily in her basement bagel kitchen. Flavors of her classic bagels include poppy, plain, everything, onion, garlic, sesame and salt. She occasionally does batches of “gourmet” bagels such as asiago, cheddar, cinnamon-sugar and jalapeño cheddar. Currently, Cheryl’s classic bagels are $8.95/6 or $15.95/dozen, which is a smokin’ deal for these bodacious bagels. 

Super Bowl LV @ The Gateway

If you’re looking for a fun place to watch the Big Game this Sunday, The Gateway has you covered with some especially enticing Game Day deals. 

Indulge in one of Chef Nick Watts’ burgers at Chedda Burger and you can score a tall boy beer for a mere $2. Chedda Burger prides itself on incorporating local ingredients and providing homemade options using only fresh, local and thoughtfully sourced ingredients to craft a menu that is truly natural and delicious.

You can eat, play, and watch the game when you sweep by Dave & Buster’s this Super Sunday! Buy $20 in gameplay and receive an additional $20 in gameplay for free. A premium bar features innovative cocktails, an impressive wine selection, and 20+ beers assuring they’re stocked to satisfy! 

Check down and don’t pass up winning raffle and swag prizes at ‘Bout Time Pub & Grub. No cover, and remember to arrive early as seating is first come first serve. Come to have your favorite pub food, enjoy your favorite brew or cocktail, and hang out with your favorite people. With TVs facing every direction, you can stay caught up on every sporting event, including Super Bowl LV.

Or, watch the game at HallPass while you indulge in one of their 8 delicious food concepts. And we can’t forget the drinks! Beer Zombie bar has a vast selection of beer on tap and specialty cocktails. HallPass is Utah’s first food hall, a one-of-a-kind, fast-fine dining experience. You’ll find something for everyone in this innovative food hub, from ramen to fresh seafood, from succulent salads to sweet and savory waffles, crepes and coffee.

Tucanos: Remodeled & Reopened

The Salt Lake City location of Tucanos Brazilian Grill at The Gateway has reopened after being closed for an extensive remodel and are following all health and safety mandates.

Tucanos specializes in the Brazilian tradition of grilling called churrasco. Meats, fruits and vegetables are specially selected, seasoned and cooked on skewers over open-flame grills. The skewers are then brought to your table in a continuous rotation until you finally fill up and say “Uncle!” Guests can eat as much and as many types of meats and other foods as they like at this festive all-you-can-eat restaurant. 

Churrasco grilled meat selections include center-cut sirloin, beef brisket, New York strip, top sirloin, beef tenderloin, garlic-parmesan beef, pork loin, brown sugar-glazed ham, linquiça sausage, poultry, seafood and much more. Currently, National Meat Week is being celebrated at Tucanos with the addition of tender Prime Rib and succulent Argentinian-style Chimichurri Beef Tenderloin to the menu. 



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Food writer Ted SchefflerOriginally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.

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