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Between Rounds Rolls Out Tasty Garlic Bagel Chips

Between Rounds Bakery Sandwich Café, a unique bakery café and bagel shop with locations throughout Connecticut, has recently unveiled their newest creation - Garlic Bagel Chips.

Baked fresh and available at all Between Rounds locations, Garlic Bagel Chips are out-of-this-world by themselves, but they are also dip's best companion.

The hearty chips (priced at $2.99) blur the lines between mealtime and snack time and are perfect as a side to soup or a sandwich. Garlic Bagel Chips may be enjoyed with savory cream cheese, hummus, onion dip, salsa or any other desired topping. 

Garlic Bagel Chips are the centerpiece of another Between Rounds favorite, the Giant Party Bagel, which was rolled out earlier this year.  The Giant Party Bagel is a two-pound bagel comprised of a delicious selection of fresh premium Boar's Head brand deli-meats and cheeses, and completed with Garlic Bagel Chip-filled center.   

About Between Rounds

Founded in 1990, Between Rounds Bakery Sandwich Café is a unique bakery café and bagel shop renowned for their fresh, baked-on site bagels and baked goods as well sandwiches, wraps, salads, soups, specialty coffee and a unique line of giftware.  Between Rounds offers patrons an upscale, fast-casual dining experience with free Wi-Fi and the added convenience of a drive-thru window.

Between Rounds' current locations include South Windsor, Vernon, Manchester and Tolland.  Corporate headquarters are located at 19A John Fitch Blvd, Route 5 in South Windsor, CT.  Between Rounds is expanding and franchise opportunities are available. 

For more information about Between Rounds, visit www.betweenroundsbagels.com.

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