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Ottawa bagel store Kettleman's is opening its first Toronto location

Ottawa's most popular 24-hour bagel shop has just announced that it's coming to Toronto later this year.

Kettleman's Bagel Co. is bringing its beloved Montreal-style rings to Etobicoke in the fall, joining Farm Boy in Alderwoods Plaza.

The brand, which has been baking its bagels in wood-fired ovens since 1993, is known for operating 24/7, 365 days a year, meaning soon Torontonians will be able to order their decked-out bagels whenever they want. 

They sell a whole bunch of traditional bagels like pumpernickel and chocolate, and a list of spreads like lox and different flavoured cream cheeses.

They also offer the occasional festive seasonal bagels, like green ones for St. Patty's or Cinco de Mayo fajita bagels.

They just recently introduced the bagel dog to their menu, too: a mash-up between a bagel and a hot dog. Toronto's bagel game is about to be taken to the next level.

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