Black Seed Bagels, Nolita

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NEW YORK CITY | Black Seed Bagels appears on many people’s lists of best bagels in New York and has built up quite the cult following since opening in 2014. They specialise in Montreal style bagels that are hand rolled, poached in honey water and seeded before being baked at high temperature in the on-site wood-fired oven. The resulting bagels are soft and dense with just the right amount of chew, slightly sweet, and a little crispy.

All of the classics like plain, poppy, and everything are offered, and while the bagels alone are fantastic the real thing that sets Black Seed apart from the competition is its dedication to quality ingredients and fillings. The Smoked Salmon always hits the spot, with cream cheese, red onion, tomato, and capers, while less traditional offerings really nail it too. Try the House Beet Lox with horseradish cream cheese, radish, and herbs, or the Tobiko with smoked salmon, tobiko (fish roe) cream cheese, and butter lettuce.

An assortment of additions are available so you can customise your creation exactly the way you want, and there are also seasonal bagels, where Black Seed collaborates with a different local restaurant each month to come up with a special bagel for the month. For example January 2018 saw Black Seed collaborate with Celestine, a pan-Mediterranean restaurant in Brooklyn to create a rye bagel baked in carob molasses, topped with sautéed mushrooms, mushroom duxelles, pomegranates, persimmon, and hawaij (a Yemeni ground spice) cabbage slaw.

Black Seed Bagels (Nolita)

170 Elizabeth Street
New York
New York 10012
United States

Telephone: 212 730 1950
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 7:00am to 6:00pm

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