El Bagel’s opening week drew lines we haven’t seen since our last trip to Disney World or E11even. And the enthusiasm for Miami’s best bagels hasn’t slowed much since. The MiMo food-truck-turned-bagel-shop has some standing counter space, but it’s mostly just room to wait patiently in line for one of eight incredible bagel sandwiches. We often struggle to decide between the King Guava, a salty/savory work of bagel art that includes guava jam, crispy potato sticks, and a fried egg - or the the EB Original with scallion, bacon, and a roasted jalapeno that gives off the perfect amount of heat. But whatever you get is going to be the best bagel in Miami, hands down.
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