What’s better than a bagel with cream cheese? How about a FREE bagel and cream cheese? Baltimore fav THB Bagelry & Deli is giving away FREE bagels for National Bagel Day on Friday, January 15th. (YES! This includes their famous purple Ravens bagels!)
Even (cool)er? A portion of all sales from National Bagel Day will be donated to the Baltimore Restaurant Relief Fund, a fund specifically devoted to rebuilding the Baltimore restaurant and hospitality industry due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
All you have to do to get your free bagel (and cream cheese) is purchase a beverage through the myTHB app. This offer will be available to existing app users at all five THB locations (Canton, Charles Village, Columbia, Timonium and Towson). Purchasing through the app is the safest and quickest way to enjoy THB bagels — because they are offering contactless pick-up and you don’t have to wait in line. This offer will not be available through third party delivery services like GrubHub, DoorDash or UberEats. Users must have downloaded the myTHB app at least one day prior to January 15 to be eligible for this promotion. So go and download the app now!
In addition to pre-ordering through the myTHB app for contactless pickup, THB continues to enforce enhanced safety measures implemented by the THB team at all locations across Maryland due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All locations have in-store online kiosks to ensure contactless ordering and floor markers for social distancing. All locations are also following county restaurant guidelines, and masks and social distancing are required in-store.
“We are thrilled to have THB join the Baltimore Restaurant Relief Fund by donating sales from National Bagel Day,” said Dave Seel, Board President of the Baltimore Restaurant Relief Fund. “This has been a critical time to give back to the restaurant community during and after the holidays with so many restaurants closed down due to the Pandemic. We are very grateful for THB’s involvement and this donation will be given to our new initiative, Feed the Industry, which purchases meals for unemployed restaurant workers.”
Editor’s Note: This article was assembled from a press release from THB Bagelry and Deli. Images were provided by THB.