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Noah's New York Bagels

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(4 Reviews)

605 S Lake Ave, Pasadena, CA 91106

(626) 449-6415

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Today: 6:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tomorrow: 5:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Hours
Regular Hours

Services/Products
Bagels
Price Range
$
Neighborhoods
Madison Heights, Southeast Pasadena
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Noah's Bagels

Categories
Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Bagels, Coffee & Tea, Sandwich Shops
Other Information

Cuisine: American

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jonny606

09/05/2003

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Overall
Get Real

This is fast food, not a real deli. Period. Hey, it's not bad if you've never had a fresh bagel from H&H or other NYC notables, but this is a chain.

The deli experience is wonderful, but you'll never find it here or at any other Noah's bagels

yokoromo

07/10/2002

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Overall
Not traditional but good.......

The bagels here are good as long as you're not looking for the ""Jewish deli"" variety. I like the choices plus they also make good sandwiches. If you want a real bagel though, I would choose Canter's Deli in West LA.

They do deliver to businesses in the area and will cater a business lunch meeting.

jaepu

06/13/2002

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Feh. No bagels here!

I'm from the east coast, and I baked in a traditional bagel shop for four years. I'm not sure I can even call their product a bagel! These are machine-formed and baked in a steam oven. They aren't dense enough, and the crust is barely there. I'm not saying they're awful, but please, please don't call them bagels. They're a distant cousin to the real thing.
My other objection to Noah's is the faux New York Jewish deli atmosphere. Can't put my finger on it, but it really, really bothers me.

SGabriel

05/17/2002

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Perfect for lunch

I'm not from the East Coast, so I'm not sure I know what a ""real"" bagel is. But I love the bagels & sandwiches here--esp the veggie special.