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Posted by Erin on 03/20/2013
I just purchased a large iced coffee and a bagel with cream cheese for $10. I think that's a bit steep - especially since I ordered my bagel NOT toasted and they toasted it anyway. I ordered my iced coffee with skim milk - after paying my $10 - I was handed it black and told to do it myself on the side. Ridiculous! I highly suggest bagel and schmear just a couple blocks away!
Posted by Anonymous on 11/13/2012
Bagels are very good from here and egg sandwiches are very tasty. However, I can't order from here unless I have a full hour to wait for my food!
Posted by anonymous on 02/01/2012
Well i notice that they change a lot of things on that place, now it looks very light, clean and comfortable place to take the food is quiet and the service is very good i don't have any complain i go there every day for my breakfast and my coffee of course. The food is delicious they have a lot of variety of salad and cream cheeses. Its simple i like it and i suggest you to go there.
Posted by jerry on 03/17/2011
the people there dont smile. i dont like going to place that have bed enrgy the food was ok. i think the bagles are frozen than they heat it up. so the quality is very poor. i will not rush back.
Posted by anonymous on 11/13/2010
Food is great but delivery service is poor. They put you on hold every time and ask you to repeat your address and order several times. Then the delivery doesn't get there for an hour-one bagel and a coffee shouldn't take an hour. If you're out and about then i highly recommend their bagels because they taste great, but stay away from deivery
Posted by Jaze on 12/04/2007
I think these bagels are excellent. And I just don't get the staff rudeness allegations - I've been there at least 50 times, and they've always been really nice to me, and I've never seen them mistreat another customer. There's sometimes a language barrier, but it's just not a problem. I do think that anyone who knows real bagels will agree that this place is one of the better joints in town. I just wish they had chopped liver...
Posted by Joan on 10/24/2007
I was born in Manhattan, and was surprised at the previous negative comments. To set the record straight, an authentic New York bagel is not soft, fluffy, puffy, or rubbery. It should crunch when you bite into it and have such an interesting contrast of crusty exterior to dense (not spongy) interior, that you can eat it with nothing on it and it is still fabulous. This store makes an authentic New York bagel, and it is unfortunate that so many people who have gotten used to the doughy soft blobs that pass for bagels all over town have found all kinds of reasons to criticize this establishment. You don't go here for the great service or beautiful surroundings, but just for bagels that adhere to a great old tradition and are absolutely addictive.