While downtown Bryan offers some good food, most of it is the typical Texas fare you’d expect. The addition of Zeitman’s changed that, though, and the Saturday crowds at this delicatessen and bakery suggest folks have noticed. The menu reflects the owners’ East Coast roots, with a happy hodgepodge of bagels, sandwiches, and pizzas, and there are both fresh and packaged offerings, which range from pastas to pumpkin bread. On our recent breakfast visit we zeroed in on the bagels (which are the real deal, according to the Brooklyn native standing next to us). Of the two we tried—one slathered with garlic-herb cream cheese and the other sandwiching a third of a pound of bacon, two eggs, and white cheddar—it was impossible to declare a favorite, because both were stellar.