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Posted by Anonymous on 12/30/2008
While this place isn't a cart on the street that will give you a buttered bagel for 75 cents, it also isn't a rip-off. The best part about this place is that they put the ingredients on both sides of their bagelsboth top and bottom. Get any kind of bagel with cream cheese for under 2 bucks and with the amount of cream cheese and toppings they put on, it will be more than enough. Their bagel sandwiches are cheap and filling as well. Add to that, their seasonal bagels are amazing. Try their pumpkin bagel with pumpkin cream cheese. It's like eating a piece of pie.
Posted by sunshine on 01/05/2007
These bagels are so delicious. Whether you use them to make a sandwich or just put butter on them, they are great.
Posted by joey_c on 09/22/2006
This joint has good bagels, and they use them to make good sandwiches. Their ingredients are not exactly gourmet, but that's not the idea. The bagels are large, nicely chewy without going overboard, and they stay good (unlike those from bagelsmith's, which are dead in no time). But why, in a place that had bagels in flavors as diverse and innovative as strawberry, french toast, pumpernickle sesame, whole wheat everything, and so on, do they not have any egg bagels? Or have they just sold out of them each of the dozens of times i've been there? can anyone solve this mystery?