On Tuesday April 26, 2011 the breakfast stop was Bob’s Bagels, located at 1201 Market St in Lemoyne, across the street from the West Shore Plaza. Bob’s Bagels is located in a small plaza so there is off street parking and has easy access to a red light so you can easily turn either direction on Market St. It was a cute little place with about 6 tables inside and at least one outside. We’re guessing that a large part of the breakfast bagel trade is “to go” so six or seven tables is probably enough. Everyone was friendly and attentive and I ordered a blueberry bagel with egg and cheese. It only took about 3 minutes and I was seated and reading a complimentary newspaper while enjoying a very good bagel. I was surprised to see that Bob’s Bagels is open from 6AM to 2PM during the week and 7Am to 2PM on Saturdays. They offer breakfast bagels any time, and they have a nice lunch menu with Philadelphia style Hoagies, salads, soups and pizza’s made from fresh bagel dough! They also cater for office parties, platters and special occasions. Bagels with toppings ranged from $1.95 to $3.15, breakfast bagels ranged from $2.50 to $3.75, and the bagel pizza is $4.75 (only one size available). Salads ranged from $4.25 to $5.95 and the soup of the day was $3.25. Philadelphia style Hoagies (not cheese steaks) range from $4.25 to $4.75 for a small (5″) and $5.19 to $5.75 for a large(10″). They told me that they get fresh hoagie rolls from Philly daily. My egg and cheese bagel was very good and I’m anxious to come back for a creme cheese bagel or a bagel pizza!