Boil & Bake Bagels now open in Flower Mound

Boil & Bake Bagels opened in Flower Mound in November. (Brian Pardue/Community Impact Newspaper)
Boil & Bake Bagels opened in Flower Mound in November. (Brian Pardue/Community Impact Newspaper)

Boil & Bake Bagels opened in Flower Mound in November. (Brian Pardue/Community Impact Newspaper)

Boil & Bake Bagels, located at 2601 Flower Mound Road, Ste. 109, Flower Mound, opened Nov. 26. The eatery serves a wide array of bagels made in-house from fresh dough. 469-312-3321. A website is not yet available.


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