Exodus Bagels, the local bagel makers with a quickly-growing following, gained traction in Boston for serving up fresh New York-style bagles in various flavors, like the classic “everything’’ pictured above.
Owner and head baker Adam Hirsch started trying his hand at the craft of bagel making a while ago, giving out his first batches to anyone who’d be willing to try them and give feedback, according to Boston Magazine. Once he perfected a recipe and technique that worked, he began charging for his creations.
Exodus held a pop-up offering at Fort Point’s Row 34 restaurant over the weekend. And people who attended couldn’t. Stop. Posting about it.
Exodus is the indie member of Boston’s bagel scene. They have a small mom-and-pop feel, but still give off cool vibes—or, as they would say, #DOUGHP vibes. And in true indie form, they have a limited supply and high a demand.
They don’t even have an official storefront yet. According to the Boston Globe, their New York-style bagels are made in a shared kitchen space in Dorchester. So they stick to selling from community events and doingpop-ups, including the one they did Sunday at Row 34.
Usually, they’re sold en masse at the Urbano Project/Egleston farmer’s market. Over the weekend, they migrated east for their pop up in Fort Point, and they sold out all 300 of the bagels they brought with them. Quickly.
If you want to try these bagels for yourself, keep an eye on Exodus’s Facebook page. According to a recent post, they have another pop-up in the works for this coming Sunday. Just stay tuned to find out exactly where it’ll be.