One or Two Dozen Bagels and Bialys at Kossar's Bialys (50% Off)

Lower East Side

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In a Nutshell

New York City institution has been hand making bialys and bagels since 1937, and was recently named one of Huffington Post’s top bagel spots

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  • $12 for two dozen bagels and bialys ($24 value)
  • $6 for one dozen bagels and bialys ($12 value)

Kossar's Bialys

You wouldn't have found freeze-dried onions, automatic ovens, or bagel-making robots in Kossar's Bialys back in 1937, so why would you find them there now? The bakers here prefer to do things the old fashioned way—and they might be on to something. Besides claiming the title of the oldest bialy bakery in the nation, Kossar's has been frequently praised by publications ranging from Newsweek to Saveur, and, most recently, was named one of New York's top five bagel shops by The Huffington Post.

So what exactly does it mean to "do things the old fashioned way"? For Kossar's, it means doing things by hand. That includes mixing dough from high-gluten flour, brewers yeast, salt, and freshly ground onions, shaping each bialy into its signature ring, and spacing each one perfectly onto a wooden peel. From there, the only thing left to do is bake the bialys to golden-brown perfection in an authentic brick oven. The same care goes into the creation of the shop's bagels—kettle boiled, of course, and made with pure malt syrup instead of sugar—as well as its other specialties, which include bulkas, pletzels and sesame sticks. And, as you might expect from a place so fiercely dedicated to tradition, each Kosser's bialy and bagel is handmade under strict, rabbi-supervised kosher specifications.

Customer Reviews

Best bialys in the city
Barbara S. · September 22, 2015
A place we would never have discovered without our Groupon! A new favorite NYC treat!
Mari · August 27, 2015
Best bagels and bialys in the city!
Bik M. · August 10, 2015
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    367 Grand St

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