Simit + Smith plans to open twenty shops in two years.
Do people really talk about this stuff?
The hipster-bagel trend is more nuanced than we realized.
We're tempted to declare hipster bagels a trend.
There's hope yet for the cement doughnut.
We're starting to fear the legacy of the great bagel-maker will be permanently be-schmeared.
Whatever it is, it's happening on Fulton Street.
They did a test run over the weekend.
Great bagels are not born, but made. Also, dipped in lye and boiled first.
Could this mean round two of the Brooklyn bagel battle?
Mile End's Noah Bernamoff is not impressed with B&B Empire's "Montreal" bagels.
At Bay Ridge's new bagel store, the cream cheese takes its inspiration from Cold Stone Creamery.
And then some bagels got stomped.
If you get your bagel sliced, it's an extra eight cents.