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Posted by logan on 12/15/2013
out of the two bagel bosses in the city, this is definitely the superior one in terms of quality and service. excellent tuna salads including their signature honey mustard tuna (awesome), spring tuna (w apples and cranberries), and various others.
Posted by Amir on 03/11/2013
Great staff and very friendly. This place is always busy thru out the day and they have the best coffee and bagels. I will miss this place when I move back to California .
Posted by Anonymous on 02/24/2013
The guys that take your order are so rude. They delivered my food and did not give me what I ordered. When I asked them to send me what I ordered they made me feel guilty and question why I wanted it! It's what I ordered!
Posted by Anonymous on 06/03/2011
They take each order very seriously and make sure the customer has exactly what he/she wants. You may wait a while because of a long line, but it's worth it. Food is good. Challah is great.
Posted by D. Expert on 01/22/2011
Like another reviewer said, don't get a delivery. It takes a long time because they only have one guy running them. I don't think this is the kind of place that depends on delivery business anyway, there is usually a packed house when you walk inside. They make a great sandwich, slice of pizza and bagel, but I like the soups the most. They are made fresh every day and aren't loaded with salt like some other places. The bakery stuff is also terrific, especially the bread.
Posted by ScareyG on 11/08/2008
I like the soups, bagels, and salads very much. When I was at NYU we frequetly ordered their pizza for club meetings and it was alwyas well received. To me, it is pretty typical kosher pizza and is priced accordingly. This place can get packed on late Sunday mornings, so they must be doing something right. FYI-For those of you looking for a "real NY bagel experience" ...don't order it toasted. That's like ordering mayo on a pastrami sandwich. Like most busy places where you're giving your order to someone behind a counter, the service will be best if you know what you want when it's your turn to order and you speak clearly to the counter guy. Way too many people come in ask ten questions about the different spreads or baked goods, or they mumble orders into their hands...seriously.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/10/2005
The challah and the bagel... gooood!