Friday, February 5, 2016

Bagel Boys Bound for Sandy Springs

Bagel joint planning new Sandy Springs location.

Bagel Boys Cafe, currently a two unit concept based in Alpharetta, will be opening a new location in Sandy Springs later this spring.  The eatery will open just off Peachtree- Dunwoody Road in the street level retail space of the Peachtree Dunwoody Place apartment complex. The property sits basically across the street from The Home Depot and Costco.   

The space Bagel Boys is opening in was briefly home to "That Pie Place," a pie-centric restaurant which closed last summer after about a year and half in business.


I'm told the new location should open by mid-to-late April.  

Einstein Bros. Bagels operates an existing locations less than a mile away, at the corner of Hammond Drive & Peachtree Dunwoody Road, in the Publix at Perimeter shopping center.  

After working for ten years for "a national chain bagel shop," owner John Lamb opened the first Bagel Boys on Haynes Bridge Road in Alpharetta in 2005.   He added a second location, with a drive-thru, on Kimball Bridge Road in 2010.  

Bagel Boys offers a variety of coffee, freshly baked bagels, oatmeal, smoothies and artisanal deli sandwiches.  

Have you tried Bagel Boys Cafe?  Do you think they will do well in Sandy Springs?  What is your favorite bagel place?

Please share your thoughts below.  

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

The BB products will have to bee good enough to overcome the limited visibility, limited access, and poor traffic floe for that location. Good luck.

Anonymous said...

Will there be craft beers available? I work next door and my colleagues and I would love to be able to have a close spot to hangout at after work.

Anonymous said...

I used to go to Bagel Boys when I worked in Alpharetta, their bagels were fine but it took way too long to get in and out of there before work. They would take your order, enter it into a computer then ask for your name then someone in the back would wait for your order to print, put cream cheese on the bagel then bag it and bring it to the “pick up” window.