Bagelmen’s Expands To Guachipelín, Jacó

January 26, 2007

The specialty bagel eatery Bagelmen’s plans to open two new shops in Costa Rica next month.

In early February, the company will open a shop in the commercial center Plaza Florencia in Guachipelín, in the western suburb of Escazú.

The new shop will have a space for small business meetings and – like the six other Bagelmen’s restaurants in the Central Valley – offer clients wireless Internet service, according to a Bagelmen’s statement.

In late February, Bagelmen’s will open its first franchise in the central Pacific beach town of Jacó, near the Más x Menos. The Jacó store will be the first Bagelmen’s outside of the Central Valley. Bagelmen’s has been in Costa Rica for six years.

 

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