I like the oat bagels, but it's all good. A little cream cheese with it is nice too - and heated a bit.
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We just found this amazing gem, even though it's been in operation for a LONG time, and l sure wish we'd found it sooner! All of those wasted meals, at mediocre chain food places, that could have been spent here! We had heard that the...More
I grew up on Long Island, NY and bagels were part of my life. In the 1970s they were not easy to find outside the NY-NJ area. Finding the real deal is a bit easier these days, but often the copycats are too chewy, have...More
I would recommend driving to Knoxville before eating at this deli. The prices are more in line with NYC deli prices. The owner is bitter and her employees feel and reflect her attitude. I recommend finding another place for a nosh.
Tom Sullivan is up every work day at 4:30 am preparing the day's bagels, breads, and occasional confections. Open only for breakfast and lunch, the restaurant serves bagels with shmears (both fat and nonfat), bagel breakfast sandwiches, bagel lunch sandwiches (e.g., BLTs, PB&Js, salami and...More
Years ago we were in Amherst, Ma for a soccer tournament. On Sunday am nothing was open except a Jewish Deli/ Bagel shop. Great Bagels. HOT Bagel is as good as those were. Nowhere else south of the Mason Dixon line is as good. Good...More
Homemade bagels, sandwiches and desserts! I love coming here whenever I can. It is great for breakfast and lunch and the owner makes you feel right at home,
We have been going to this place for several years. We drive 70 miles every couple of months and stock up bagels in our freezer. These are true New York bagels not bread with a hole in it. They are chewy and delicious! They also...More