It was a very ok bagel. I wouldn't drive far to get it, but if I was in the area I would come back again.
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we spotted this in our finds and wanted some good bagels to take back home; we also had a great reasonable breakfast, 3 eggs with grits, bagel for $5.75?? they actually charge .75 more some kind of bagel shortage, big deal!! we also ordered a pastrami sandwich which we ate at in the airport as we had a 2 hour... More
When looking for a great, simple breakfast place in North Miami Beach, look no further than Bagels and Company. It a large restaurant with simple décor, but is a true deli with great things to eat. My breakfast started off with a plate of pancakes, huge ones that filled the plate. They were delicious and fluffy, especially after I smothered... More
Our family has been coming & enjoying breakfast for a few years. It's a real Jewish style bagel shop restaurant. Weekday prices are reasonable for the quality food. The customers that visit are regulars & new all the time. The atmosphere is friendly, NY style.
There is no better bagel store anywhere in the Miami- Ft Lauderdale area. Breakfast includes three eggs not two during the week days . The omelets are huge. When you order grits you think you are in the Deep South. Unlike other bagel stores lunch is more like a deli, serving corn beef an pastrami on the best rye bread... More
How do you run out of bagels, I mean all types, at 10:00AM on President's Day? Absolutely ridiculous. And the owner was there! There are PLENTY of bagel places who deserve your business further north on Biscayne. And if you do want to drive a bit for the best by far, go up to Hallendale at the Sage.
I orderd a philly steak and shared it with my 3yr old, in my half was a 4" piece of thick wire! I was in tears at the thought of what could've happened if my child had swallowed this. I finally got to complain to the mgr David of which I found out later was the owner and he couldn't... More
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