The family-owned business makes some of the most popular bagel sandwiches in Brooklyn and is always worth the trek. Hand-rolled and soft as a pillow, I’d gladly commute an hour to get my hands on these bad boys.
Served smoking hot straight from the oven, these bagels are fresh and chewy upon order. Sticking to traditional baking methods, the bagels are hand-rolled and boiled before baking.
Russ & Daughters, a beloved family run deli that dates back to 1914, is unparalleled for traditional Jewish fare.
Tompkins Square Bagels is a stone’s throw from its namesake, Tompkins Square Park. Baked fresh until 1pm daily, this is the place to go if you have a hankering for a bagel sandwich during your lunch break.
Ess-a-Bagel sets the standard for all NYC bagels. The interior is perfectly airy and chewy while the exterior satisfies with a crunchy texture few bagel shops have mastered to this level of perfection.