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Rosen’s Bagel Co. Found Its Next Home on East Fifth With Lox and Eggs

This isn’t the pop-up’s forever spot, though

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Rosen’s Bagels
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Rosen’s Bagels, one of the new bagel pop-ups bouncing around Austin, settled on a semi-permanent spot on East 5th Street with Wright Bros. Brew & Brew starting in August. This isn’t the bagel company’s forever-home though. While it will be part of the cafe "for the foreseeable future," owner Tom Rosen said, "we are still scouting real estate for our own spot."

The menu will include the same bagels and schmears it usually offers. This includes including poppy, rosemary sea salt, and everything bagels, as well as cream cheeses mixed with basil/lemon, maple syrup almond, caramelized shallot and bacon. Scope out its catering menu below for an idea.

The new partnership means that Rosen’s can add some new items, too. There will be breakfast and lunch sandwiches, as well as vegan options. This means egg, cheese, and meat and the staple lox sandwich with caper chimichurri, lox, pickled red onions, scallion cream cheese, and tomatoes, along with other rotating specials.

The full menu will be available from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., with limited offerings later on in the day and night. While the pop-ups will discontinue during its Brew & Brew residency, Rosen’s will still undertake catering gigs and offer delivery service.

Rosen’s Bagels will continue to use its commissary kitchen to fire up the New York-style bagels, cream cheeses, and the assorted accoutrement. It will use Brew & Brew’s kitchen space to assemble the bagels, as well as cook certain sandwiches.

This marks a big news day for Wright Bros. Brew & Brew. Along with the new bagel component, the coffee shop and beer bar is expanding with a new location on West 5th Street.

Wright Bros. Brew and Brew

500 San Marcos Street, , TX 78702 (512) 655-3442 Visit Website

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