Quick service and great bagels at a fair price. Wished we could have gone there again. Located near Chinatown.
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Let me preface this with saying, I was coming from New York, and I'm originally from New Zealand, where we have NY style bagels. These bagels aren't really bagels at all - they're just bread. I'm fairly certain they weren't boiled because they didn't have...More
On my way out for a run passing by and stopped in. I had a jalepeno bagel with lox spread and an iced coffee with espresso shot. The bagel was so soft it practically melted in my mouth. Also saw lots of drivers come in...More
I am a bit of a coffee snob (hate Starbucks), and when traveling I love to try to find local places. I also love a good bagel with my morning coffee. I found this place by accident, as it was just a couple of blocks...More
Growing up in NYC, you know what a bagel should be. They may not all stack up as well, but the basic premise should be there. Went to Posh Bagel recently, to cure some starvation and came away with the conclusion that San Francisco has...More
I got the the good lox and everything bagel with cream cheese, capers, tomato, onions and cream cheese for $8.50. The Workshop Cafe in the Financial District was just passing with only lox, bagel and cream cheese for $7.50. Workshop cafe was a ripoff! Then...More
This is a bagel place. It doesn't hold itself out as anything else. It's good but I'm not sure there's a lot you can do with a bagel except make sure it's fresh. Bagels were fresh and convenient
Stumbled on this little cafe by mistake. Delicious freshly toasted bagels. Even ordered seconds as they were so good. Coffee was fine too so it made a cheap breakfast option.
The place is unwelcoming. The bagels are ok. The guy who is prepares the sandwiches is unpleasant; almost rude. But you don't go there for the service. I guess it is convenient place for people leaving in the neighborhood. I have strong suspicion on the...More