Posted on 1/4/2012

Lighthouse Bagels | OBX OSCARS

Get ready to taste the best prepared bagel on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. If you have begun your 2012 vacation countdown, you are going to want to put Corolla right into your mix of excitement! This is where you will find the tastiest bagels on the beach, and your next OBX OSCAR of course. Lighthouse Bagels, owned and operated by the Dietrich Family since 2001, is your top choice for breakfast in the little secluded town of Corolla. They are all about bagels, donuts (made fresh on premises), and delicious sandwiches. There isn't much in this beautifully secluded area of the Outer Banks, but there sure is delicious fresh prepared bagels every single morning. The Dietrich family, and 'bagel boys' get up at the break of dawn to make real NY/NJ kettle baked bagels with you in mind. (We can't get enough of this.)The best part of Lighthouse Bagels is that they prepare them from scratch (starting from water and flour), and oh boy can you tell just by looking at one! Talk about mouthwatering... They use a high Gluten Flour, and add their own special ingredients to improve the texture, and taste of the bagels. Watch the video below to discover the morning routine of cooking bagels before the sun comes up, the locals quickly rush in, and visitors from all over visit for a taste of home while vacationing on the Outer Banks. Out of the 16 different types of bagels, the French Toast is the most popular. It's especially great with the little beach bums out there. As for cream cheese, just choose your favorite flavor for they are all great tasting. As you plan your Outer Banks vacation for 2012, be sure to include Lighthouse Bagels on your agenda. Even if you are not staying at a rental located in Corolla, plan a day for fun at the Currituck Lighthouse, the Whalehead Club, or even a tour of the Spanish Wild Mustangs so that you can start your day off right with the Dietrich Family! View exactly how Lighthouse Bagels.

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