By Jason DeRusha

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Craving a bagel on National Bagel Day? Anchor and food critic Jason DeRusha put together a list of his favorite bagel spots in Minnesota.

Check out the list below:

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Rise Bagels
This North Loop bagel shop started at Farmers Markets and is now known for organic ingredients and some of the most New York-like bagels in town. Terrific quality, great sandwiches.

Related: DeRusha Eats – Rise Bagels

St. Paul Bagelry
Everything bagels with everything spices on the top and the bottom: St. Paul Bagelry does it right. They also make more than a dozen flavors of cream cheese, and can be found at retail locations inside Whole Foods.

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Related: Derusha Eats – St. Paul Bagelry

Common Roots Café
Classic bagels with a terrific flavor: Common Roots has been boiling and baking onion and poppyseed bagels since 2007 in Minneapolis.

Asa’s Bakery (orders open up every Friday)
Asa Diebolt is a former New Yorker who also started at a farmers market and now has a huge following.

Bagel Taim
A COVID creation, a local couple started making bagels in their South Minneapolis duplex. Sasha and Leore launched on social media.

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Cecil’s Deli
For four generations Cecil’s been steaming bagels in pans, they specialize in egg bagels.

Jason DeRusha