Grab an easy morning meal at these three counter-service spots.
Rebelle Artisan Bagels
By now you know Rebelle makes boss bagels of the hand-rolled and boiled variety, but the bakers have also been playing around to make some fun breakfast treats, like pop tarts. “We had some dope berry jam and we needed a vehicle for it,” owner Milena Pagan says. “We grabbed some pie dough, made a hand pie, and added strawberry icing. It was a resourceful move to use scraps.” 110 Doyle Ave., Providence, 349-1263, rebelleartisanbagels.com
The Beehive Pantry
Stake it out on a Saturday for housemade doughnuts, go for your daily coffee and pastry fix or place a bulk breakfast order in advance. The gooey, fluffy sugar-iced cinnamon buns and zesty ginger scones are the best around, and they can even make a $15 boxed lunch for you (with advance notice) while you grab your brekkie. 87 Gooding Ave., Bristol, 396-9060, thebeehivepantry.com
We see your social media-worthy avocado toast and raise you Sydney’s version. This Australian-inspired cafe brings green envy to the breakfast table. Imagine pristine, ripe avocado
mash with feta cheese, vibrant tomatoes and microgreens, plus the option to add smoked salmon and/or a poached egg. 400 Exchange St., Providence, 648-4994, sydneypvd.com
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