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Celebrate National Bagel Day with free bagels from Brooklyn Water Bagel

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If you check your Facebook news feed often enough, you are bound to notice that there is a national holiday for almost anything. Whether the day is recognized by the federal government or not, it is normally seen as a day of celebration by at least one business or form of business that wants to entice you to try their product. Some of these national holidays, as it were, are truly worthy of celebration, while some are totally and completely ridiculous.

On Sunday, Feb. 9, a holiday worthy of celebrating more than once a year is at hand, for that is the day we celebrate the amazing baked concoction, the bagel! In honor of National Bagel Day, Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. is offering three FREE bagels to customers who purchase any product from its restaurant locations on Sunday. These complimentary bagels, which will be available all day or until supplies last, are perfect for sharing with friends, family and coworkers, or simply keep them as a special treat for yourself.

Diners are encouraged to stop by Brooklyn Water Bagel this Sunday, and celebrate its favorite holiday by enjoying freshly baked bagels for free!

Please note that this offer is only valid on Sunday, February 9th, with the purchase of a restaurant product. For a complete list of restaurant locations, visit their website.

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