Brooklyn Bagel Bakery
2217 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90057
Brooklyn Bagel Bakery prides itself on making quality products, using only the best ingredients, and delivering them to our customers in a timely manner. Customer service and satisfaction have always been extremely important to all of us at Brooklyn Bagel Bakery
And did we mention fresh? We bake 7 days a week, so your product is fresh and tasty every single day. You won't find a fresher, more delicious bagel anywhere, we promise.
Simply stop by and tell our friendly staff what you'd like. We also have coffee, cream cheese, lox, and much more to make your bagel experience perfect.
One and one half blocks west of Alvarado. Corner of Roselake Ave.
Cuisines: Bagels, Bakeries
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05/12/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I don't understand the negative comments on this bakery.
I worked in retail foods for 40 year off and on. Brooklyn Bagel is the finest bagel I've ever tasted both here and in
Europe. The bagels have a richness I've not found in other well known bagels. Whenever I go I like to buy fresh to eat right away and some frozen for the freezer later.
I Cr 13:8a
02/15/2009Provided by Citysearch -
What a bunch of hype over nothing. These are tiny little flat tasting bagels. The bialys were the worst I have ever had. Maybe I could see spending 4.50 or so for a dozen of the poppy or plain but 8.00 for a dozen of these tasteless bagels is a rip-off. The bagels at Trader Joe's are larger better and much cheaper, however not as fresh. I'm Still looking for the perfect bagel in Los Angeles!
11/12/2006Provided by Citysearch -
AVERAGE HOMESICK NEW YORKER ( DEF NOT AN EINSTEIN) GETS ON HIS ARK AND PADDLES HIS WAY FROM NOAHS ON LARCHMONT TO THE REAL DEAL - BROOKLYN BAGELS !!!! THE ONION AND THE EVERYTHING BAGELS WERE JUST PHENOMENAL - THE SHREDDED ONIONS ON TOP WERE SUPERB !! BAGEL CHIPS ( ASSORTED) MADE A GREAT SNACK ; $6.50 A DOZ - WELL WORTH THE DRIVE !!! LADY AT THE COUNTER WAS REALLY NICE - CONSTANT SMILE !!
07/08/2006Provided by Citysearch -
We used to live at Pico Robertson and were in bagel heaven. Then two things happened - we moved across town and, I & Joy bagels were bought out by manhattan bagels. Suddenly the closest bagels were 20 minutes - each way - and they weren't very good.
These bagels are the real deal. Chewy, substantial but not heavy, with a crisp crust, it was a joy to walk in and finally have a REAL bagel. So, don't be worried by the non-glossy exterior. Go in, by a few to have fresh that day, and buy a dozen frozen for your freezer. The poppy, everything bagels are good and the rye - lovely!
10/20/2005Provided by Citysearch -
This morning, I visited Brooklyn Bagel Bakery for the first time and picked up two Bakers' dozens (2 or 3 of each type) for the office today. I arrived at store opening, so the bagels were still soft and warm when I brought them to work. The jalapeno, everything, onion, blueberry, and cinnamon raisin varieties were the first to go.
In addition, the store offers a good selection of cream cheeses to make the bagels taste even better. The store employees were very friendly and helpful to me and the other customers as well.
I had a bagel from here this morning and I have to admit, it was a pretty good. The everything bagel was generously topped with plenty of onions, seeds and garlic. Plus, I didn't feel like I was trying to choke down a chunk of bread deceivingly calling its self a bagel.
These bagels taste home made. There's something different about them than you find at the big chains.
These bagels have just the right consistency. They're not chew toys. They're soft with a nice finish on the outside. We had a choice of at least a dozen varieties and they all looked good. I took a plain bagel to start with and followed with a blueberry bagel later on.