Black Seed Bagels

Bagels
$ $
170 Elizabeth St (btwn Kenmare & Spring St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 730-1950
Monday
7:00am - 3:00pm
Tuesday
7:00am - 3:00pm
Wednesday
7:00am - 3:00pm
Thursday
7:00am - 3:00pm
Friday
7:00am - 3:00pm
Saturday
7:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday
7:00am - 6:00pm

Tips

  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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).
  • 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.
  • 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 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.
  • 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
  • At up to $13 a bagel, this place is very pricey. Probably won't be your "stop here everyday for breakfast" place unless you just roll like that

Nearby places

394 Broome St (at Mulberry St)
209 Elizabeth St (btwn Prince & Spring St)
19 Kenmare St (at Elizabeth St)