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My second day in New York started out a little late for my liking. We had gotten up at nine and yes it’s early enough but not so early to jam pack every minute of New York City fun. We had gotten dressed and showered once again since the day ahead was looking very hot. Deciding where our first stop was going to be, we immediately thought “breakfast!”. And what better plan to go to the the famous Ess-a-Bagel. The green and gold sign was high in the sky (since I’m only 5’2, which makes everything tall in comparison). The famous bagel place of course has a following and it was a Sunday morning. So a line was formed that led out the door and around the corner. We got there just in time before the line got to long and waited about 30 min to get our bagels (spoiler it was totally worth it!).
I can’t say anything about the other bagels but I got a bacon, egg, and cheese on an onion bagel. The bagels were pretty big and the wait time once you get up to order is quick. Not only that but they give you a lot of options on what you can put on your bagels (talk about pressure, especially for my first time… if you know what I mean) If I’m being honest my sandwich was a little salty but I’m really sensitive to salt (the bagel was not salty though just FYI). Don’t ask me why but I can’t handle to much salt or to much sugar any more (it’s a blessing and a curse). But I digress, the bagel though was really good. I thought that people were just hyping it up but damn they definitely know what they are talking about!
If you’ve been wondering about this particular bagel shop, then I’m telling you it was really good. Obviously I’m not the only one to agree, but your gunna have to try it yourself if you wanna find out. If you are interested I will leave a link at the bottom.
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