Featured on Samantha Brown's Places to Love!

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Kay Heritage, owner of Big Bon Bodega in Savannah, GA-featured on Samantha Brown's Places to Love!

Watch the full episode here!

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Featured on PBS Start Up Episode 908 - Big Bon Family/Savannah, GA

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Big Bon Family featured on PBS Startup Season 9, Episode 8!

What started out as a pizza food truck has grown and developed into so much more. From pizza to bagels, Big Bon's coremission is to teach its team members business and life skills through a variety of experiences around great foods. Episode 908

Watch it here!

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Celebrating National Bagel Day with Big Bon Bodega - WTOC11, Savannah

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Featured on WTOC on National Bagel Day!

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) - Wednesday is National Bagel Day, so we chose to celebrate it with Big Bon Bodega.

We got a first-hand look at their bagel-making process with Kay Heritage, the owner of the bagel shop located on 37th Steet and Bull Street.

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South Magazine article about Big Bon Bodega!

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"The family behind the famed mobile pizza oven sets their sights on that other iconic NYC cuisine."

"For years, Kay Heritage and her family have been crisscrossing the Coastal Empire with their mobile pizza oven, serving up slice after slice of their signature pizzas. A Big Bon pie treads a line between Neopolitan and Americano, with a perfect balance of crispiness and sourdough-style texture, creating one of the best pizza experiences south of Staten Island."...

Owner whit Bagels at Big Bon Bodega.

"What's New in Savannah" Garden & Gun Magazine

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Mentioned in Garden & Gun Magazine: "What's New in Savannah"

Beloved food truck Big Bon Pizza has opened the brick-and-mortar Big Bon Bodega, a wood-fired bagel shop on Bull Street that serves up fan favorites such as the Pimento Pig, which comes slathered in pimento cheese, with sausage and a fried egg.

Bagels at Big Bon Bodega.

South Magazine - "Bodega Queens"

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Big Bon goes brick-and-mortar at 37th and Bull

"The concept comes as much from Masters' Big Apple roots as Kay's South Korean upbringing, where her corner store served fish cakes along with school supplies. Whether their customers grew up with mom-and-pops or convenience stores, Big Bon Bodega aims to evoke a sense of familiarity and nostalgia - and to welcome them to Savannah, wherever they're from."

"Being on this corner and naming our little place 'bodega' is a statement that we are here for the neighborhood, we are here for the community," Kay says.

Kay Heritage, Charlotte Masters, Anna Heritage and Paula Small
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Big Bon in AFAR

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Big Bon Bodega mentioned in AFAR article titled: The Perfect Savannah Weekend Means Lowcountry Food, Art, ..."The next morning, venture south to Big Bon Bodega, where decadent bagel sandwiches adorned with pork bulgogi and kimchi cream cheese start your day with a flavor bang."...

Peaple in Big Bon Bodega - Photo by Hunter McRae
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Connect Savannah - Big Bon Bodega: The state of the Bagel art

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"The Big Bon family started out with a truck and a dream, albeit a truck with a large wood fire pizza oven on the back. Most locals have devoured Big Bon Pizza's pizza at various locations around town, wherever Big Bon had parked its oven.

Bagels at Big Bon Bodega.
— By Lindy Moody

DO SAVANNAH - Dine Savannah: Big Bon Bodega brings bagels to Bull Street


Savannah Morning News did an article on Big Bon when we first opened the Bodega. Big Bon Family's newest addition, Big Bon Bodega, has opened in Savannah and has been met with great enthusiasm by the public. Customers have praised the bagels for their texture and flavor, and the shop's location has been noted as being convenient and enjoyable. Here are some quotes from the article that highlight the positive aspects of Big Bon Bodega:...

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— by N.W. Gabbey