Things We Like: Lift Bridge Bagels and cream cheese

These bagels are made by a woman named Lexy Land, owner of On 93rd and Grace. The bagels are flavorful and soft.

The honey oat and cinnamon sugar Lift Bridge Bagels with maple cream cheese were the flavors available for pick up Thursday, March 18, 2021. (Adelle Whitefoot /
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There is nothing better than a great bagel with cream cheese in the morning for breakfast. So when I found Lift Bridge Bagels on Instagram, I had to try them.

Now I’m hooked.

The bagels are baked in Superior by Lexy Land of Duluth, owner of On 93rd and Grace. The bagels are flavorful and soft, and each box comes with a container of homemade cream cheese.

The only downside is you can order bagels only once a week for pickup at the Superior Business Center or Duluth Grill. But maybe that is a good thing, as I have now ordered multiple boxes of bagels three weeks in a row.

So far, I have tried the "everything," tomato basil and three parmesan herb bagels. My most recent order was for cinnamon sugar bagels with maple cream cheese. Oh. My. Goodness.


So here is how it works. You order your bagels online, then you’ll get a reminder email on Thursdays about picking up your bagels. You choose which location, and she’ll bring them out to your car.

Each week features different flavors. Each box contains six bagels. Sometimes all one flavor, sometimes two. But no matter the flavor, they are amazing.

On 93rd and Grace


Weekly box with cream cheese: $15.99

Follow on Instagram at @lift_bridge_bagels



  • Superior Business Center, 1423 N. Eighth St., Superior

  • Duluth Grill, 118 S. 27th Ave. W., Duluth

The cinnamon sugar Lift Bridge Bagels with maple cream cheese was just one of the flavors available for pickup Thursday, March 18, 2021. (Adelle Whitefoot /

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Adelle Whitefoot covers K-12 education in northeast Minnesota for the Duluth News Tribune. She has been covering education in Minnesota since 2014.
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