“one of our beloved neighborhood bagel shops, Bagels and Baguettes, will be closing quite abruptly in about a months time”

236 Massachusetts Ave, NE via google maps

Update: “The bad news they are closing this Monday, the 29th.”

“Dear PoPville,

I caught wind today that one of our beloved neighborhood bagel shops, Bagels and Baguettes, will be closing quite abruptly in about a months time. It sounds like the landlord will not be renewing the lease, thus forcing them out.

Bagels and Baguettes of District Of Columbia, DC has been part of the Capitol Hill neighborhood since 1996. We specialize in variety of authentically made bagels (kettle boiled) as well as pastries, baguette sandwiches, and salads that are all prepared on site. We also serve premium coffee, espresso drinks and smoothies.

I was wondering if anyone has heard any additional information. I also wanted to raise awareness because I believe it’s a gem in our community, and I’m sure others feel the same.

I know that they are working quickly to try and find a new location around the same area so, if anyone has any leads or connections, I would encourage you to reach out.”

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