There’s nothing plain about Crestline Bagel’s good deeds

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Here’s a friendly reminder to not look too long if you’re hungry. Photo via Chaise Sanders for Bham Now

A Birmingham classic, Crestline Bagel Co. is spreading as much joy as they spread cream cheese on a fresh bagel. Let’s take a look at how they’re keeping things fresh with positivity and good vibes in, dare I say, unprecedented times.

Finding the silver lining amidst Covid

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One thing is for sure—Crestline Bagel has been busy during the pandemic. Photo via Crestline Bagel’s Facebook

Bready or not, here they crumb. Most people know Crestline Bagel for their mouth-watering handmade bagels, breads and spreads. Not only are they busy whipping up our favorite bites, but they’ve been mighty engaged in our community by finding the silver lining during the pandemic.

Helping keep Bham safe one bagel at a time

See how Crestline Bagel found the silver lining during the pandemic. Photo via Chaise Sanders for Bham Now

Last year was a doozy, to say the least. Like many restaurants around the nation, Crestline Bagel closed temporarily during the beginning of the pandemic. To pivot, they began to offer curbside pick-up and still do for those who’ve gotten used to the convenience.

To offer a helping hand, Crestline Bagel aided in feeding Covid testing sites around Birmingham. Our hardworking healthcare workers are bound to get hungry, so why not send a heaping help of appreciation with freshly made, local bites?

Making sure the kids are alright

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I’ll take one of each, please. Photo via Chaise Sanders for Bham Now

The good deeds don’t stop there. I couldn’t imagine being a student, teacher or school staff member during a global pandemic. To show support for community schools, Crestline Bagel did what they do best—got busy in the kitchen. They’ve been able to feed hundreds of teachers and staff, including those in the Mountain Brook and Vestavia Hills School systems.

To make sure hope was never canceled, Crestline Bagel also partnered with Smile-A-Mile, an organization known for providing hope for children diagnosed with cancer. Similar to those on the frontline of Covid, they provided meals for healthcare heroes dedicated to helping families during their child’s cancer journey.

The tale of three woman-owned businesses

We love to see it when local, woman-owned businesses come together for a collaboration. The fact that it’s absolutely delicious is just the extra cream cheese on top.

Maybe there is such a thing as a dream foodie collab. Photo via Crestline Bagel’s Facebook

Crestline Bagel and Naughty But Nice Kettle Corn teamed up to create an “Everything” flavor. You read that right—an everything bagel flavored kettle corn complete with their signature seasoning. You can still cop this iconic flavor online as one of Naughty But Nice Kettle Corn’s local restaurant partnership.

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Bham locals all in one box? Sign me up! Photo via Happy Event Company’s Facebook

The awesome collabs don’t stop there. Crestline Bagel became a partner with Happy Event Company—a Birmingham-based business dedicated to helping other local businesses. Happy Event Co. curates boxes filled with your favorite local goods, including fresh snacks made by Crestline Bagel.

Making it easier to get your bagel fix

Crestline Bagel is dedicated to you, Birmingham. Photo via Chaise Sanders for Bham Now

One thing is for sure—Crestline Bagel is committed to making an authentic bagel while also prioritizing you. When Covid brought the restaurant industry to a halt, they didn’t hesitate to find that necessary pivot. Let’s face it. Birmingham foodies need Crestline Bagel as much as they need us.

To keep up with customer demand for delicious, local bites, Crestline Bagel launched their own app available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. You can order your favorite flavors with a few taps on your phone or place an order online for curbside pickup.

If you’re someone who’s gotten used to the convenience of pushing a button to get everything delivered to your front door, they’ve got you covered with handmade granola and coffee available for delivery.

Watch out Charlie D’Amelio! There’s a new Tik Toker in town.

Crestline Bagel made sure to keep things entertaining and light-hearted by doing what most of us did over quarantine—Tik Tok. You can keep up with the fun by giving them a follow @crestlinebagelco. Here’s a taste of what they’ve been up to:

Stomach growling yet? Time to plan your visit.

  • Locations: 66 Church St B, Mtn. Brook, AL (Crestline) | 4117 Crosshaven Dr., Vestavia Hills, AL (Cahaba Heights) | 1500 1st Ave North, Birmingham, AL 35203 (Downtown)
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Chaise Sanders
Chaise is a brunch-loving Content Producer and helps manage the Bham Now Instagram account.
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