Aventura, FL 33180
Miami New Times' Description
The big, roomy, recently spruced-up 160-seat restaurant is more deli than bagel shop -- specifically a New York neighborhood "kosher-style" deli. It serves soups, salads, Hebrew National hot dogs, and all manner of smoked fish and deli meats (same as the Carnegie Deli uses); matzoh brei; challah French toast; delectably sweet, vanilla-infused homemade blintzes; thick wedges of noodle pudding made the old-fashioned way -- with a maraschino cherry inside; bakery items such as rugelach, challahs, babkas, and coffeecakes; egg creams and Dr. Brown's inimitable celery seed-flavored "Cel-Ray" soda; and, of course, nova or lox and a schmeer of cream cheese upon beautifully bronzed bagels, hand-rolled by a Haitian bagelmeister!
Tips from foursquare
When ya have enough $$$ come for lunch.
The hammy Miami is the best breakfast sandwich I've ever had.
Great take-out too
Got food poisoning twice. DO NOT EAT HERE!
One of the last great NYC Style delis in Miami. Everything is yummy. They will impress you. Lunch? Try the Reuben.
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