A true New Yorker would love a bagel along with its coffee, every day. The perfect bagel is the perfect amount of baked, dense, but not too dense, as well as a glossy crunchy crust that is absolutely fresh. But not every street corner would provide you with the perfect bagel you’re looking for, we have for you here the perfect spots where you can find the perfect bagel for yourself to avoid all the puffy, crumbly crumbs and reach to the right bagel spots around the city
In the mid of the Stuey town, right at the midtown east, you’ll find this shop. This family-owned restraint has kept its quality the same since the ’70s. The only change? They’ll now toast your bagels.
The bagels here are enormous is size, have the perfect soft inside and the crispy crust that gives you the perfect classic bagel.
Just past the quiet Columbia University area, you will smell something extremely delicious and nearby see a huge pot and a wide-mouthed oven that will provide you with the perfect fresh, soft bagels you’re looking for.
However, make sure you have some cash on you here as cards are not accepted.
Black Seed Bagels
This buzzy, mini-empire provides a unique set of bagels, unlike in other areas of New York. It is basically like a cross between the New York-style bagels and Montreal style bagel. You’ll find them chewy, warm and dense but it is boiled in pure honey water and boiled in the special wood fire just like they do it in the northern areas.
What turns out to be is a little unique but absolutely mouthwatering. These bagels are garnished with black seeds and are served with herbs, cream cheese, etc.
The Bagel Store
If you’re a fan of the great rainbow bagels of 2016, when the whole New York went gaga over the confetti cream cheese waffles, you should know it was the craft of the bagel store. However, the creativity doesn’t end or begin there: The Williamsburg shop also deals with such pretzel bagels and cragels, and some over the top flavors of creams, bacon cheese. It even has to offer some traditional breakfast sandwiches.
Tompkins Square Bagels
This big old neighborhood shop bases in the East Village is famous for its hand-rolled, soft and chewy bacon cheese and egg bagels, As delicious as it sounds. This shop even specializes in specialty bagel flavors such as French toast, but its best known for its flavors of cream cheese.
It even includes toppings like fruits, chocolate cookie dough, etc and savory toppings like herb, bacon, etc.
For a period of 50 years, these bagels in the Fresh Meadows have supplied soft, kettle boiled, traditional bagels in all of the Queen, 24/7. These bagels are served in many classic flavors and are oh so generously stuffed with salad, cream cheese or bacon stuffing, however, you might like your bagel.
If you’re looking for a casual hangout with your friends or family over a cup of coffee and some bagel, this place is meant for you: It has dingy furniture, an ancient kind of menu board, and bagel sticking to classic flavors. You’ll find here chewy, soft, tender bagels with a generous amount of cream cheese as well as amazing egg sandwiches.
Based in Windsor Terrace, from the outside this place looks like an average neighborhood deli but on the weekends, it fills up so fast. I deliver some amazing hand-rolled bagels that are combined with a soft, chewy, moist interior with a crusty exterior. Prospect Park is just one block away from this store too, so you can take your bagel in a takeaway box and enjoy it.
Brooklyn Bagel & Coffee Co
You’ll find these brilliant fine hand-rolled rounds with the perfect chewy crispy crust at three locations, Astoria and two in Manhattan. These go all sold out with their cream cheese flavors of the week that might include cool ranch as well as key lime.
Best Bagel & Coffee
This store is conveniently located just outside Penn station. This perfect old school café actually delivers up to its name, with its enormous squishy and fresh-baked bagels that can be topped off with your desired toppings. Whether you like your bagels with cream and cheese, cold cuts, or all these things. You can fill in your bagels as much as you like.