Black Seed Bagels

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170 Elizabeth St (btwn Kenmare & Spring St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 730-1950
$ $
Mon–Sun: 7:00 AM–4:00 PM

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  • Get the #3. Tobiko spread, salmon and lettuce on a poppy bagel. It's small and expensive. Like a Porsche.
  • Standing in line with all the food bloggers ... Cool
  • Late night black seed pizza bagels coming to Lower East Side tonight! Opening their doors from 10 p.m. until the tequila-twinged hour of 4 a.m. on Thursdays through Saturdays.
  • Learn to tolerate a mass of hungover couples who all know each other and are unspeakably well to do.
  • These Montral-style bagels are small & will cost you more than what you're used to, but you can't resist trying the tobiko spread, salmon, & butter lettuce on an everything bagel. Worth the wait!
  • I know this is NYC but come on - pricing is a bit crazy
  • It's physically painful to watch how sloooooooowly they put these together. No wonder there's a line.
  • The bagels are good, but the smoked fish sandwiches are great. Get the #2 with beet cured salmon and horseradish cream cheese, or the #3 with Tobiko spread (fish roe).
  • They make the sesame bagel of my dreams - crispy exterior made more crispy due to the abundance of toasted sesame seeds, perfect chewy interior. Better than Russ & Daughters, maybe even Murray's.
  • Everything with tobiko caviar spread! Do it!
  • If you want to avoid a line, go before 10:30AM on weekends. Grab your bagel to go and eat it in the Elizabeth Street sculpture garden a few blocks down rather than the cramped tables inside.
  • Seriously the best bagels I've ever had.
  • amazing bagels but small and overpriced. line is ridic so get there early.
  • The shop does sandwiches extremely well, pairing bubblegum-pink tobiko spread with smoked salmon and butter lettuce, and whitefish salad with cream cheese and sweet marinated cucumbers.
  • Save your allowance.
  • Amazing Montreal-style wood fired bagels from Noah and Rae of Mile End Deli. Everything is amazing but first timers should try the beet cured lox or chicken salad.
  • The beet cured salmon with horseradish cream cheese and parsley is a winner. I love the sweet pickles in the whitefish. I don't think you can go wrong with these compact, jam-packed, filling gems.
  • Grab a bagel on a weekend morning. Beet cured salmon, tobiko spread - or both. Instead of eating it there, walk down to the Elizabeth St Garden on a nice day.
  • Little pricey for bagel sandwiches, but they do put in extra tlc.
  • Best bagels in NY. #5 with sturgeon is amazing. Expensive though