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  • Bagels, Delis, Sandwiches
  • 891 8th Ave, New York NY10019 40.764227 -73.984862
  • (At 53rd St)
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  • (212) 582-8333
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User Ratings (Based on 8 reviews)

2.925
Food 3.6 Value 2.7
Service 2.5 Atmosphere 2.9

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 582-8333
Fax:
fax
(212) 582-0018
Place Order:
Order From Pick A Bagel for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Take-out Free Delivery Corporate Accounts Catering
Hours:
Daily: 5am-11:45pm
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Delivery, Online Ordering, Take Out, Catering

User Reviews

  • Pick A Bagel

    Posted by Hellskitchen on 03/07/2014

    High rate of error

    Unless I stand over them and watch them put my order together, they err about 50% of the time -- wrong bagel, not toasted, wrong toppings, etc. If I'm not watching, I have to unwrap my item before I leave

  • Pick A Bagel

    Posted by Bagel lover on 03/06/2014

    High rate of error in person and on delivery orders

    I like the Pick-a-Bagel franchise, and I like that they offer whole wheat everything bagels, but this particular one has a higher-than-usual error rate. If I'm not watching the particular person fulfill my order and chime in when I see something going wrong (or don't unwrap it to double check before I leave the premises) or if I can't because I've ordered delivery, their error rate is higher than 50 percent, such as wrong bagel, wrong toppings, not toasted, etc. It's annoying because it's too small of an item to make them re-deliver (I don't feel like tipping twice nor do I want to stiff the delivery guy on the second tip.)

  • Pick A Bagel

    Posted by Krista on 06/27/2012

    I like it

    I work at a hotel nearby and after receiving great feedback from guest I tried it myself and loved it. The staff wasn't overly friendly (It's NYC people. We are too busy to chit chat while at work and we're not really fans of it anyway) but they were cordial and did their job correctly. I have only been there for breakfast but will return soon to try some of their lunch sandwiches. I ordered a bacon, egg and cheese on a toasted everything bagel. Only issue I have is with the everything bagel. It's good, but I've had better else where in the city. What I love the most is the variety in spreads, bagels, sandwhiches, and that they have outdoor seating.

  • Pick A Bagel

    Posted by Jeff & Ania on 08/30/2008

    Great food, average service

    Extremely good bagels, big with lots of stuff on them. Onion bagels are covered in onions, sesame covered in seeds, etc. Service can be a problem cause half the guys don't speak good English, but the girl at the register is super nice.

  • Pick A Bagel

    Posted by GREAT QUALITY on 02/20/2008

    great

    The food is pretty good. The bagels are large, but good. The chicken salad is great and so is the egg salad. Great prices too!

  • Pick A Bagel

    Posted by touris in NY on 04/04/2007

    For me it was a great experience!

    The bagel was great and the price even better. The place is a tipical crowded good place, small but bearable. The menu is hard to swallo (to many choices to little time) specially when you have pushy newyorkers behind. But the food was good, plenty and helthy, not a common combination. For me it was good enough to repeat the experience the day after. The location is perfect, close to the Carnegie Hall.

  • Pick A Bagel

    Posted by Greek Fan on 02/16/2007

    Agreed

    If it weren't across the street I'd never go. Come to think of it, crossing the street is kind of a hastle. The bagels are too big. Each bagel looks like it's already eaten its own bagel. The chicken salad is good though, and you can get a lot of fat free stuff as well. Enjoy!

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