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The Bagel Mill
Posted by Anonymous on 05/03/2015
I went in for a simple BLT and fries. There were more employees then customers so you would think my order would have been quick. After about 10 minutes I got my fries but no BLT. I left without anything after the guy cleaning asked me to move for the 3rd time. Lots of other choices out there.
Posted by sbarry-7-23-11 on 07/23/2011
Bagels made on premesis.Dozens of types to choose from. And there is their wide selection of cream cheeses/locs/etc. I even ship their bagels to West Palm Beach. BUT, now they serve pizza.Would just stick with the bagels.Been going here for almost 1 decade. An institution at UES
Posted by j&r on 12/12/2010
We go to the Bagel Mill on a regular basis for breakfast sandwiches. The guys behind the counter are always pleasant and service is pretty quick, the main guy who works the register needs to work on his social skills... The food is good, but I do have to admit the bagels are not as good as Tal bagel on 86. But unlike Tal, they have a wide range of breakfast sandwiches available. One downfall, no credit cards, even though any time you go there, they claim that soon they'll be getting one, in the meantime they encourage you to use their ATM :(, mind you they've been saying this since they reopened.
Posted by anonymous on 03/20/2010
The Bagel Mill was closed for most of the winter due to a fire that took out the entire store. It has just recently re-opened and has been renovated (larger, now extending to what used to be a separate adjacent store). Their bagels and coffee pretty much got me through my senior year of college and they're just as great now as they were then. I haven't tried their pizza (as I'm very fond of the pizzeria across the street), but their breakfast spreads are great. It's definitely going to become a staple of my morning routine again.
Posted by rcny on 08/18/2009
food was pretty good. the guy who actually prepared my bagel was good but the register guy was extremely rude both times i went there. plus on both occasions they did not tell me that i have to put the sugar in myself so i had unsweetened coffee. even though i told them light and sweet. i dont mind sweetening myself but at least let me know.
Posted by Bert'n Mr. Bailey on 02/04/2009
I stop by this place almost every morning. (not so much in the winter). I pick up my vegetable spread on an onion bagel, my cup'o Joe and OJ and head over to Carl Schurtz park and have Mr. Bailey protect me from squirrel attacks while enjoying my breakfast. A little more pricey than your average deli but the quality is very consistent.
Posted by The Boss on 07/26/2008
They are missing one key product - taylor ham. Or "pork roll" as the philly people call it. Bagel shops should be required by law to carry taylor ham.