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With its pressed ceilings and weirdo chandeliers, Ess-a-Bagel is a rare place that keeps chopped liver and lake sturgeon on offer. These days, David Wilpon, nephew of co-founder Florence Wilpon, presides over the brand, to near-constant crowds. The overachieving bagels boast an unmistakably dark, uniform bake. Bagel Hole Seventh Ave. A bagel should never be thin-skinned, of course, and the misshapen, diminutive, and sometimes even skimpy aesthetic here is a sign of greatness. These are bagels for eating, not Instagram.
Tompkins Square Bagels Multiple locations. The frenzy of practically airborne pastrami lox and onion flakes channel a certain type of bygone N. Tal Bagels Multiple Locations. The plain and untoasted bagels here, with very little cream cheese and not a lot of anything else, could be held as the gold standard in a city awash in extreme flavors and baroque toppings.
A recent cross-sectional sampling of a sesame bagel indicated a thick brown crust that spanned an extra millimeter or so beneath the seeds, which may explain the deep-roasted flavor imparted into the crumb.
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