Locals on their way to work this week can grab some mini bagel balls from B-Holes on the U Street corridor.
The B-Holes bakery, which makes the bagel equivalent of a doughnut hole, is scheduled to pop up at Sudhouse (1340 U St. NW) Wednesday and Thursday, the business tweeted. The temporary shop will operate from 7 to 10:30 a.m.
B-Holes doesn’t have a brick-and-mortar location. But it often sets up at Prego Again (1617 17th St. NW), Prequel (918 F St. NW) and the Petworth Market.
Started earlier this year, B-Holes has three items on its menu: “The Original,” “Mrs. Lavender” and “Barlic Gacon.”
The Original is filled with chives, onion, garlic, cream cheese and sprinkled with “everything” seeds. Mrs. Lavender is stuffed with honey butter and lavender, covered with a lemon sauce. Barlic Gacon has cream cheese, roasted garlic and bacon, with minced garlic on top.
Each bagel hole costs $2.
Photo courtesy of B-Holes