Had dinner here last night. Varied menu, average prices, okay service. Food was also okay, but not more than that. The bagel served with my omelette had seen better days even though it was toasted. Will not hurry to return.
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I have been here many times and the food is always fresh and tasty. It's a traditional kind of sit down restaurant. The place needs a good steam cleaning and sprucing up. The floors always seem dirty. Be sure to pick up a few cookies...More
Had a great deli experience. I had fish of day, white fish and mushroom-barley soup. Both were great selections. We also had tasty tuna sandwich with a generous portions
Classic Jewish deli menu items that are very fresh and good. A huge bagel and dessert selection, and often VERY crowded on the weekends.
This is a great place for families even on holidays. The food is delicious, especially the matzo ball soup which has the largest matzo ball I have ever seen. The staff is very nice and the place is very "homey".
I grew up going to The Bagel, but I mostly went to another location that has since closed further south of this one. The bagels and schmear taste exactly the same, along with their golden yellow matzo ball and kreplach soup, which I appreciate. My...More
I hadn't been here in a while, and I was running errands around dinner time so I stopped by for a nosh. OMG The matzo ball soup was amazing. Giant baseball sized dumplings as light as a feather and so tender. Just like mamma used...More
I was here in July, and they delivered to the Inn that I was staying at. I couldn't resist their "Golden Chicken Broth with Homemade Matzo Ball" on the menu and had some delivered to hotel for a late snack. It was fantastic! The Matzo...More
The Bagel is a longstanding deli-restaurant that tries to be on the order of a New York deli. Our group had a variety of dishes and while most was fine, the sliced turkey seemed to have been of the processed variety rather than freshly sliced....More