It cannot be overstated: The Las Vegas outpost of Sadelle’s might have the best bagels in America outside of New York City. In fact, some of the restaurant’s cooks were flown to the original Sadelle’s in NYC to study the art of the bagel. If only there were a way to import the vaunted NYC tap water—the supposed elixir that makes the city’s bread-based products so much better than the rest of the country—these bagels would be as close to the real thing as one would find anywhere else.

Bagels aren’t the only menu item, but they are ubiquitous, as they’re likely to be served as a side during breakfast and brunch. Order fish like the house salmon, smoked Scottish or tuna salad, and it will be plated on a serving tower loaded with all the expected dressings: tomato, cucumber, capers and, of course, bagels. A pastry cart will make the rounds, where one can grab a half-moon cookie, Danish and other decadent treats. And in the classic brunch tradition, sip on a bloody Mary or mimosa. Or, eschew tradition and try the cold brew coffee cocktail, which is mixed with coconut-infused vodka.

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