Atlanta attorney Gary Martin Hays started Gwinnett Small Business Spotlight to help connect the community to small, locally owned businesses. In the words of attorney Hays, "When you buy from a small business, you're not helping a CEO buy a third home. You're helping a little girl get a dance lesson. You're helping a little kid get a jersey for his sports team. You may be helping a kid go to college. You may be helping a dad pay for a mortgage."
In the second episode of Gwinnett Small Business Spotlight, attorney Hays interviews Robert Miller of 101 Bagel Cafe, which has locations in Duluth and Atlanta.
About 101 Bagel Cafe
Miller moved to Gwinnett County from Miami, Florida, in 2019 to open up 101 Bagel Cafe. He's been in the bagel business for a dozen years.
There are many things that make 101 Bagel Cafe unique, particularly its New York bagel. The bagels are never frozen and tossed in the oven. They are made fresh each day using the boil and bake method.
101 Bagel Cafe also serves iced coffee with coffee ice cubes to prevent a watered-down taste. If you're not a fan of the traditional taste of coffee, 101 Bagel Cafe serves coffee juice, which includes fruit juice to enhance the flavor.
In addition to fresh bagels and coffee, 101 Bagel Cafe also serves soup, salads, deli lunches, muffins and cookies. Anyone can feel at home due to 101 Bagel Cafe's casual atmosphere. Customers can also host events with a full menu.
You can find 101 Bagel Cafe at 3126 US-23 in Duluth and at 2955 Cobb Pkwy SE Suite 240 (Akers Mill Square) in Atlanta.
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