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Benevolence Bagels

New York style bagels, New Orleans style flavor. 
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Now available at TheCoffeeHouse Wednesdays and Fridays: 7265 St Claude Ave
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6 bagels, 1 cream cheese.............. $9.95

Bakers dozen, 2 cream cheese..... $19.95


Bagel Flavors: Plain, Everything, Blueberry, Jalapeno Cheddar

Cream Cheese Flavors: Plain, French Onion, Maple Bacon, Honey Pecan 

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$2 a loaf

White Sandwich Bread

Hardy white bread made with unbleached flour for its full nutritional value. 

Image by Kate Remmer

$5 a loaf

Rustic Sourdough Bread

Our sourdough rustic loaf tastes just as good as it looks!

Image by Evgeni Tcherkasski

$5 a loaf

Challah Bread

A fan favorite and a great addition to any meal!

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50 - $26

100 - $50

150 - $74

Finger Sandwich Tray

Ham, Turkey, Roast Beef, Chicken Salad, Egg Salad, PB&J

Pick 4 for your tray!

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serves 12 - $20

serves 18 - $30

serves  24 - $40

Veggie Tray

Carrots, Celery, Tomatoes, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Cucumber, Bell Pepper

Pick 4, comes with homemade ranch

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serves 12 - $25

serves 18 - $35

serves  24 - $45

Fruit Tray

Apples, Grapes, Pineapple, Melon

comes with sweet cream cheese

melon subject to season

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How to purchase

Ready to get your baked goods? Here's how:

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Wednesday and Friday

at TheCoffeeHouse

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Call-in order


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Our story...

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina many volunteers have served New Orleans, but a dedicated few decided to stay and continue the work of restoring a community by starting a community center.

At the same time in a home in southwest Florida, another storm was brewing in the form of oxycotin. That lead to a man ending an 8-year addiction in the New Orleans Mission. There he was introduced to members of this spiritual community, The Gathering. They took him under their wings and introduced him to a new way of life.

In the wake of our most recent storm, COVID-19, The Gathering has looked for new ways to bring in revenue in order to continue serving our community. That same man volunteered to bake and sell his bagels in order to give back to his community.

The selling of these bagels will provide needed income to The Gathering and allow them to continue to serve the community in many ways. I would like to introduce you to Benevolence Bagels.

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