Last month, Eater readers voted Bagelsaurus bagels the best in Boston. Mary Ting Hyatt's beloved "micro-bagel-bakery" currently exists only as a pop-up within Cutty's, a Brookline sandwich shop, with very limited hours. But not for long.
Boston Restaurant Talk spotted the joyous news in an agenda for an upcoming Cambridge License Commission hearing: Bagelsaurus is getting a space of its very own. Hyatt is applying for a common victualler license for a 19-seat space at 1796 Massachusetts Avenue, by Porter Square, and the shop would potentially be open mornings and afternoons, Tuesday through Sunday. No word yet on an opening timeline or whether the bagels would still make an appearance at Cutty's.
On the Bagelsaurus website, Hyatt describes her hand-shaped, boiled, and baked bagels as "distinctly chewy, with a crackly exterior, yet lighter than both New York and Montreal styles."
· Bagelsaurus is opening in Cambridge [BRT]
· License Commission general hearing [CambridgeMA.gov]
· All coverage of Bagelsaurus on Eater [~EBOS~]