It’s that time of year to sit outside in the sunlight with some fresh bagels! And if you love bagels you really need to check out Pigeon Bagels, the kosher bagel shop located on Hobart Street in Squirrel Hill. During the month of June, we are featuring the best LGBTQ locally owned businesses around town. We chose them as a PRIDE feature because it’s an amazing place, and a bagel fanatics dream come true! You’ll find fresh bagels, a full espresso bar, and house-made pastries!

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Stacks of Bagels!

Pigeon Bagels was established back in 2019 and has gone onto awesome success. Food & recently named Pigeon Bagel as one of the best bagel shops in America! And it’s easy to see why. There’s a fantastic variety to choose from: plain, sesame, garlic & salt, everything, and marble. Also, they are now offering sandwiches and walk-up ordering! You can choose between a bagel & schmear, classic lox, vegan carrot lox, whitefish, and veggie. Special alert! Try any sandwich or schmear on an egg bagel!

All food is kosher, bagels are dairy and egg-free. You can also enjoy great vegan options on their sandwich menu including hummus and vegan lox with tofu cream cheese.

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Drinks anyone?!

How about some espresso, cappuccino, cinnamon honey latte, and more. Want something refreshing? It’s getting pretty hot out there. Pigeon Bagels has you covered! Make sure to cool down with some sparkling lemonade, strawberry sparkling lemonade, and Miguel’s Magic Yerba Mate Cola! Ahh, that hits the spot! 

Visit in person to place your order, walk-up orders only. They are no longer taking orders online via phone.

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According to, you can expect a fully masked, friendly staff, an entirely Vaad Kosher certified menu, a long line on the weekends (it moves quickly!) and street parking only.

Walk up Wednesday-Sunday 7:30am-sellout

Closed Monday and Tuesday

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Josh McCann

Josh has been writing for Made in PGH since 2018, where he writes about upcoming events. He’s a Point Park University graduate and teaches high school English. In his free time you’ll find him playing guitar and writing new songs.

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