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Rise & Dine

Ahh, breakfast. The smell of sizzling bacon alone brings back the Saturday mornings of childhood. And while the meal was ignored for too long by serious restaurants, that’s no longer true. Here, our favorite 64 spots for morning eats.

March 2011

Bagels Worthy of Consumption

There’s a reason there’s nearly always a line outside of Moe’s Broadway Bagel (multiple locations, moesbagel.com): The shop makes killer bagels (not squishy or stale), in 16 varieties, including traditional stalwarts like onion and poppy, as well as newer, worthy flavors like tomato-cheddar and cranberry-walnut. When we’re farther south, we head to the Bagel Deli (6439 E. Hampden Ave., 303-756-6667, thebageldeli.com), where the rounds are so fresh and tasty—crispy on the outside, soft on the inside—that toasting them should be considered blasphemy. —PD

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