Nashville Food Truck Friday : Bare Naked Bagel @BareNakedBagel @FoodTrucksNash
Nashville Food Truck Friday : Bare Naked Bagel
As we are still barely kicking off our Nashville Food Truck Friday series, we started with some amazing sliders last week from Electric Sliders and found ourselves trying something completely different this week. New York style bagels from Bare Naked Bagel.
After our back to back snow and ice storms, we were so glad to be able to get out and enjoy some great food and I know the owners were happy to be able to get out and serve.
While New York style bagels, or bagels in general, may be a new thing to Nashvillians, I grew up going to upper state New York almost every summer. My great-grandpa owned a harness racehorse farm and we would drive up and spend our summers exploring the farm and New York. So, anything New York makes me automatically a bit nostalgic.
Bare Naked Bagel actually serves up bagels during breakfast and lunch/dinner menus and this particular day, we met up with them during breakfast time. A good breakfast bagel sandwich is already one of my favorite things – I make them at home all the time. Not quite as good as these though I must admit.
Kaleb’s Choice :
The Mediterranean : sun-dried tomatoes, spinach, mozzarella cheese and fried egg (we added sausage) on an everything bagel
Bacon Egg & Cheese : bacon egg and cheese on sesame bagel
Skillet Potatoes : home fried potatoes with sautéed onions and spicy ketchup
I hate to sound redundant but everything we ate was absolutely amazing and had me making a note to come back at a lunch hour (to try the rest of their menu).
Bacon, egg and cheese is my go-to bagel sandwich and I was not disappointed. Sesame bagels are not really my style but I chose based on their recommendation and I loved it – it was a great choice!
The Mediterranean sandwich blew it out of the water though. Perfect for vegetarians, it has tomatoes, spinach, mozzarella cheese and a fried egg. We are meat lovers though, so we added sausage. I’m more of a bacon over sausage person, but this sausage was a perfect addition to an already great bagel.
The skillet potatoes with the sautéed onions and spicy ketchup – all I need to say is, I need them to come make these for me every morning! We should have each gotten our own because I did not want to share and I think Kaleb felt the same way. I don’t know what’s in the spicy ketchup – but I want a bottle of it.
Ordered: Bacon, Egg & Cheese Bagel, ‘The Mediterranean’ Bagel, and Skillet Potatoes
Favorite Thing: Tie between the Mediterranean and Skillet Potatoes
Type of Food: Bagels, Bagel Sandwiches
*This post was made possible through my partnership with the Nashville Food Truck Association and Bare Naked Bagel. All opinions, as always, are entirely my own.
We even took Maximus out with us to visit.