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Rounds Bakery

Reno, NV
Website: http://www.roundsbakery.com

Where life tastes good, Round Bakery is your community bakery. Known for its authentic New York-style bagels, which are boiled before they're baked, giving them a harder exterior shell while keeping the inside chewy—true to a New York-style bagel.

Rounds Bakery Challenges Community to Give Back This Season

Rounds Bakery Challenges Community to Give Back This Season

Rounds Bakery is hosting a giving tree to benefit impoverished young adults through community donations for The Eddy House now through January 1, 2019. Co-owners Sean Cary and Anton Novak pledged to match donations up to $1000, and Rounds employees…

Flights Just Got Better at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport

Whether it’s the first flight out or redeye across the country, travelers at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport will now be fueled with tasty goods from Rounds Bakery. The renowned eatery is excited to begin offering grab-and-go sandwiches and snacks in…

Love Tastes Good This February and So Does Supporting Your Favorite Local Charity

Love Tastes Good This February and So Does Supporting Your Favorite Local Charity

Starting Feb. 1, Rounds Bakery will be sharing the love for a second year in a row by surprising local organizations and individuals each day through Feb. 14 with a bundle of goodies. In addition, Rounds will donate $100 check each…

Giving Tastes Good With Rounds Bakery and the Veterans Guest House

Giving Tastes Good With Rounds Bakery  and the Veterans Guest House

​Through the holiday season the staff of Rounds Bakery will be collecting monetary donations to help support the Veterans Guest House and they are asking the community for support and a chance to win a year's worth of the bakery's famous…

The Nevada Society of Scottish Clans Proudly Presents 2017 Silver Thistle Award to Local Veteran

The Nevada Society of Scottish Clans Proudly Presents  2017 Silver Thistle Award to Local Veteran

Brett Palmer was selected as the Society’s 2017 Scot-of-the-Year for his dedicated service to our veterans. Palmer joined the Marine Corps immediately after high school, but his tour was cut short by an injury.  A couple of years later he…

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