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THB Bagelry & Deli set to open in Owings Mills in May after delay due to COVID

THB Bagelry & Deli is set to open in Owings Mills in May after being delayed by almost a year due to the coronavirus.

The new location will be the chain’s largest space to date, according to a news release Monday. The chain also has locations in Towson, Canton, Columbia, Timonium and Charles Village.

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The Owings Mills location at 10288 Mill Run Circle, Suite 100, is designed for the “post-COVID dining era” with socially distanced indoor and outdoor dining and a large waiting area. Contactless ordering kiosks and a walk-up window for mobile pickup orders will also be installed. The company said similar measures are going to be implemented at other locations as well.

“We are excited to continue to expand our geographic footprint and bring our signature bagels to the Owings Mills community, an area that has shared thousands of requests for us to open a store,” Tony Scotto, owner and CEO of THB Bagelry & Deli said in the news release. “The location is ideal—positioned between Columbia and Northern Baltimore—enabling us to conveniently bring the THB experience to more bagel-lovers who are craving it throughout the region, even attracting customers from as far as Westminster.”

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