Camas shop offers New York-style bagels

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The owners of the new Cedar Street Bagel Company in downtown Camas say they’re moved by the community’s show of support.

“We are overwhelmed by the support we’ve received the past (four) days during our soft opening,” the owners stated in a sign posted to the bagel shop’s front door last weekend. “The next (three days) will be spent re-grouping for staff training.”

The bagel shop opened officially at 6:30 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 11.

Located in Dr. Brian Harris’s former dental office at 316 N.E. Cedar St., Camas — in a historic building that was the original home of the Camas Fire Department — the new bagel shop will offer bagels made from dough sent from New York City and then boiled and baked in-house.

The new shop is owned by Marcie and Jeramy Wilcox, owners of Squeeze and Grind cafe, which also is located in downtown Camas.

“We also wanted to diversify our company, as well as offer something we feel is needed in downtown,” Jeramy Wilcox told the Post-Record in February.

Cedar Street Bagel Company’s menu includes plain bagels, bagels with cream cheese, breakfast sandwiches (on bagels, of course) and sweet or savory bagel-bread puddings.

The new bagel shop is open from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. For more information, visit cedarstreetbagelco.com.