Irving’s Bagels & Hot Sandwiches Return To Berkey Creamery

The Berkey Creamery has begun selling Irving’s bagels and hot sandwiches (again).

Students who may not have the time in their schedule to head downtown to Irving’s in between classes can now stop in at the Berkey Creamery to satisfy their morning and midday hunger.

A condensed slate of Irving’s bagels and hot sandwiches will now conveniently be available for folks to get this bagel fix on campus.

Bagels made fresh every day from Irving’s will be sold for $1.99, which includes a choice of Berkey Creamery cream cheese. The full catalog of bagel flavors includes plain, whole wheat, everything, onion, blueberry, and cinnamon raisin. Creamery cream cheese flavors include plain, honey, blueberry, strawberry, and veggie.

In addition to plain bagels, hot sandwiches will also be offered for $7.99. Currently, varieties include bacon, sausage, ham, and tomato sandwiches. Customers can look forward to turkey bacon, pork roll, and roasted red pepper joining the lineup in the future.

If you’re planning on testing out the new items, the Berkey Creamery opens at 7:30 a.m. on weekdays and 9 a.m. on weekends.

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