Barry Bagels got its start back in the early 1970's as a family-run operation that always focused on giving back to the community. Quite frankly, that part hasn't changed. We are giving back to our communities more than ever. And today, Barry Bagels is proud to remain family-run with a commitment to provide exceptional hospitality to our loyal following.
What has evolved, however, is our business model and our vision for the future. We've stayed at the forefront of consumer trends, embraced technology, provided numerous ways for our customers to enjoy our food, and opened multiple stores over the years.
After over 40 years in the industry, you could say Barry Bagels is on a roll. With a menu that features over a baker's dozen of bagel varieties, a selection of our own flavored cream cheeses plus sandwiches, various savory soups, homemade fresh deli salads, and more - we are confident that we have something for nearly everyone.
And now, we have something special for inspired entrepreneurs who want to create a friendly, tasty dining option for their communities: our own bagel and deli franchise opportunity.
How would you like to be able to offer your community a fresh and appealing way to enjoy meals with family and friends? To raise funds and support their local organizations? How would you like to serve a product that is an undeniably popular part of the American diet and culture - all while being backed by an organization that's in it for the long haul and dedicated to supporting you?
Contact us today! Find out how you can become part of Barry Bagels: a fun-loving, family-oriented, and simply delicious bagel and deli franchise opportunity program.
And it's no wonder. Americans love bagels, because, quite frankly, everything tastes better on a bagel. In fact, recent reports show that bagel sales in the U.S. rose to $1.1 billion1. Wouldn't you like your own slice of such a huge market?
Here is just some of the support you'll get when you join us:
Most important, you'll have direct access to a team, with invaluable resources and experience, whose overriding goal is to do what's necessary to ensure that our entire system does well.