La Bagel Delight is a well-oiled machine, quickly serving tons of different bagel and spread combos to long lines of people. The Park Slope location, two blocks off Prospect Park, has a handful of tables, but most people get their BECs and coffees to go. It opens daily at 5:30am, and it also has a large selection of lunch sandwiches available in the afternoon.
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