It’s a little-known fact that Albert Einstein had two carb-loving brothers who chose to devote their lives to bagels instead of physics. OK, we’re lying. In reality, Einstein Bros. Bagels was created by the Boston Market company in 1995 as a way to market breakfast food; it now holds the title of the largest retail bagel store in the nation with nearly 800 stores. Classic bagel flavors like plain, pumpernickel and “everything” plus more nouveau varieties like spinach Florentine, green chile and chocolate chip are all baked in-store daily, ready and willing to be sliced, toasted and augmented with cream cheese “shmears” in a variety of sweet and savory flavors. For Dallas carb enthusiasts seeking a bit more substance, the Bros. also offer bagel sandwiches for breakfast and lunch topped with everything from lox and cream cheese to turkey and avocado, plus bagel dogs and pizza bagels that are head and shoulders above the minuscule microwavable variety.