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About Bagel Day

About Us

Since 1982, Bagel Day has been bringing smiles to the faces of customers throughout our area. Our Darnestown, Maryland, food delivery business was started by Paul Feldman. Mr. Feldman, who was an economist for over 25 years, got the idea for our establishment after bringing bagels to his office every Friday for many years. Later, the Center for Naval Analyses (CNA) in Arlington began to participate in the festivities. This led to 100 people wanting baked goods each week.

As the number grew, Mr. Feldman felt it was time to start charging for the bagels. CNA became his first customer and is still a valuable one today. We have served numerous people at various companies in Northern Virginia and Maryland over the years. Now under new ownership and management, our business is better than ever!

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Meet Our Owner

Mr. Feldman's successor, Michael Wright, is the current owner of bagel and doughnut delivery service. Since taking over as the manager of our business, Michael has strived to provide our customers with the same level of service they received while we were under the leadership of our previous operator. He has the background and education to do it perfectly. Michael has a bachelor's degree in business management. Additionally, he was a delivery driver for UPS before moving into a management position. He worked for the company for over 10 years.

After finding out Mr. Feldman was looking to retire from the business, Michael jumped at the opportunity to take the helm of our delivery service. Since taking over, he has continued to provide our clients the excellent customer service they have grown to expect from us. Michael is also open to any feedback he receives from the people we serve. He considers your comments, as he uses them to improve our services and products. Michael has aspirations of expanding our services to more areas. He also wants to improve the goods that we have available.

Making a Lasting Impression

The popularity of our business and baked goods has expanded outside of our area. We have even been mentioned in a well-known non-fiction book by Steven Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner, Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything. In a chapter of the book, a line states "What the Bagel Man saw," which is a reference to our company.