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HELP! - Bagel dogs, lots of 'em

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  • captainzen Mar 1, 2005 03:33 PM
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Anyone have any idea where a person could buy bagel dogs in bulk, preferably on the Peninsula?

Costco and Smart & Final used to carry them, but don't seem to anymore, at least the ones around these parts...

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  1. Costco in downtown San Francisco had them just the other day. Dr. something or other's bagel dogs in either the frozen or refrigerated food area.

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    1. re: Nancy Berry

      That would be Doctor Stein, who claims to be the inventor of the bagel dog. I've seen them there myself, though I havn't been paying attention lately.

      1. re: Nancy Berry

        Costco quit selling them. PROTESTS wanted from a lot of you nice people!!!!!!

      2. It sounds like you're looking for uncooked, maybe frozen? But if you'd like them doggies already cooked, locate your neighborhood Manhattan Bagel, and see if they'll do a batch to suit your needs. The one in West Berkeley seems to accomodate a lot of bulk special orders.

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          Bob Copeland

          Marin Bagel in San Rafael will do them. They cost $18.00/dozen and they might do a batch to order if you ask - so that they will be fresh and not frozen.

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          1. re: Bob Copeland

            This is an old topic. Costco used to carry them but no longer. Does anyone know who sells them - preferably in bulk? I am in San Francisco.

            1. re: SunsetKid

              Doctor Stein's are made locally.

              sketchy website

              http://www.21stcenturyfoods.com/page1...

              1. re: SunsetKid

                House of Bagels makes them fresh, and would sell them in bulk special order. They're probably a lot more expensive than the frozen packaged ones however.

                1. re: sugartoof

                  I paid $2.50 per last weekend in Alameda. They had several varieties, including turkey.