Fulton Street Bagels
At Fulton Bagels, New Yorker not only describes its patrons, but it also serves as one of its array of specialty sandwiches. Its toasty exterior comes packed with hot pastrami, melted swiss cheese, and a drizzle of russian dressing. Morning patrons can nosh on breakfast bagels stuffed with egg, sausage, and bacon, rather than noshing on the worst breakfast sandwich: oatmeal sandwiched between two bowls. Lox spread and an enormous variety of cream cheeses—in flavors such as scallion and veggie—adorn bagels for a simpler meal. Visitors can also opt for verdant salads, which range from a classic caesar to a chef’s salad that pairs lettuce, tomato, and cucumber with roast beef, ham, and cheese.