Breakfast Sandwiches – Boston

bagelsaurus hot smoked salmon

Finding a great take out breakfast sandwich spot sound simple. Yet, when it actually comes down to finding one– it’s not so easy. For days when Dunkin’ Donuts just won’t cut it, here are a few of our favorites!

Bagelsaurus (Cambridge)

Yes, our hero Guy Fieri has been to Bagelsaurus, and even though he can’t properly pronounce the word “bagel,” we can vouch that the breakfast sandwiches here are in fact the “real deal.”

The bagels are light and airy with a nice crunch on the outside. If you are eyeing a certain kind, make sure you get here early because they sell out quick.

The hot smoked salmon is loaded with delicious salmon as well as copious amounts of fresh dill and pickled red cabbage. The pro move here is cream cheese on both sides of the bagel, so there’s total coverage. And if you are looking to keep it simple, the ham, egg and cheese hits different on their homemade bagels.

Honeycomb Cafe (Dorchester)

 Some might call this a “hipster place” (and we’d probably agree), but that’s certainly not a bad thing. It’s right by Malibu Beach, making it a perfect spot to grab a couple of sandwiches and eat them by the water.

The lox here are super fresh and flavorful. Our only complaint? We wished there was more.

Honeycomb also has a full sandwich menu, so if you wake up too late for breakfast, they still have you covered.

Magnificent Muffin & Bagel Shoppe (Medford)

There are plenty of places where you can pay $12 for a breakfast sandwich with organic cage-free eggs and artisan sausage. This is not one of them.

For a no-frills breakfast sandwich guaranteed to help with your hangover, MMB is the spot. The cheese is melty, the sausage is greasy, and the bagel is toasted to perfection. And a bit of cracked pepper on the sausage gives it that extra kick.

That being said, the muffins here are what really steal the show. The sugary outer layer gives way to a dense, cakey core. And if the “top” is your preference, then their muffin tops will be right up your alley.

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