443 State Rt 23, Compton Plains, NJ “The only suggestions that I have are that the bagels have more “everything” on them and that the bacon on the egg sandwiches is made sure to be crispy.” In 2 reviews.
123 Newark Compton Turnpike, Little Falls, NJ “My favorites are: Bacon Egg and Cheese bacon well done eggs over easy on a roll or onion bagel.” In 4 reviews.
“But what I really appreciate is if they don't have what I want on my text order, they call and tell me, so I can adjust accordingly.” In 4 reviews. “They also have fresh squeezed orange juice which is really yummy and healthy with a delicious breakfast sandwich.” In 2 reviews.
“Their cold brew is the smoothest I've ever had and their red eye is a great drink when you need an energy jolt.” In 3 reviews. “It's always the same, and they know it: Sesame bagel with Taylor ham, egg and cheese with salt pepper and ketchup.” In 8 reviews.
1223 Van Often Ave, Clifton, NJ “I tried their Taylor ham / cheese / egg on everything bagel, and it was a touch too salty for me (I eat light salt).” In 7 reviews.
195 Main St, Lincoln Park, NJ “What I thoroughly enjoy here is well.obviously the Taylor ham, egg and cheese sandwich on an bagel!” In 2 reviews.
220 Newark Compton Take, Pequannock, NJ “Their bagels are delicious and so is everything on their lunch menu and tacos !” In 2 reviews.
“I remember as a kid every Sunday going after delivering papers, and fighting over the bag of hot out of the oven bagels in the winter.” In 2 reviews. “I feel bad that they have to compete right next to a Dunkin' Donuts, but maybe I shouldn't because this place blows DD away.” In 4 reviews.
“The food is fresh and delicious, the service is fast, and location is great if you're on the go.” In 2 reviews. Map updates are paused.
Originally from Jersey we were in the area visiting family on our list of things to do where get pizza have a “diner breakfast” & get “REAL… From Business: Founded over 15 years ago, Original Bagel Company is one of the leading wholesale bagel bakeries in North America.
This article is about the bagels that are super-delicious rings of hand-rolled, kettle-boiled, oven-baked dough with a wonderfully crusty exterior and a delightfully fluffy interior that's a match made in heaven for sweet butter, smooth cream cheese, creamy whitefish salad, pickled herring in cream sauce and, that NJ favorite, Taylor ham and eggs. It doesn't require an advanced degree in bread making to make these crispy rolls with holes right.
Phil Dave of Lodi comes to The Bagel House with his friends six mornings a week before each go off to work. Perhaps the unique flavor is the sun-dried tomato, which is slightly more sweet than salty and quite delicious.
Spoon University, the college online food publication, is a fan too. Dennis Starvings, who's been in the deli business most of his life, always had a passion for bagels.
“I'm originally from New York,” said Starvings, to explain his bagel obsession. Said Renee Paris, chef and owner of beloved Erie Coffee shop & Bakery in Rutherford.
“I love their bagels because they have a hint of sweetness,” said Casey Flânerie, a private chef and kosher restaurant consultant who lives in Kickoff. “No MetLife morning tailgate would be complete without Goldberg's Taylor ham, egg, and cheese on a bagel,” said private chef Casey Collar of Kickoff.
(There are numerous Goldberg's bagel spots in North Jersey.) Andy Martinez, a Hasbrouck Heights resident, agrees with Collar.
Not only does he maintain that Goldberg's has “the best bagels around but that it's classic NJ Taylor ham sandwich is superb. His dad owned a bagel shop in upstate New York.
“You know they are using quality ham, that the bagels have the right consistency, that nothing is too hard or too soft.” Another fan of Goldberg's, Brian Basil of Wood-Ridge, admits to being “picky” about her bagels.
River Road Hot Bagels is so popular that come weekends, lines form for its freshly baked chewy bagels, which, if you stand anywhere near the cash registers, you can see being made. “It's the only place I go to,” said Paul Beauregard, chef and owner of Bogie's Hoagies, the critically acclaimed deli in Hawthorne.
Which may be why come lunchtime, students from nearby Fair Lawn High School swarm into this shop. “It's 100 percent the best bagel place in town,” declared Matt Built, a Fair Lawn High School student, as he was getting his favorite sandwich: bacon, egg and cheese on a bagel.
The couple whips their cream cheese themselves and add ingredients such as bacon and scallion, cinnamon, and chopped olives, plus seasonal fruit. Go: 350 Route 46, Mountain Lakes, Boon ton; 973-627-4999, no website.
When she visits her parents in Wayne, Vanilla more's chef and owner Rise Magic Boyer makes sure to stop in at Bagel Loops. Bagel loops gets crowded, but the service is excellent, so the line moves fast.
Ridge wood resident Jeanette Donnarumma, who works with celebrity TV cook Rachael Ray and has written for this newspaper, once did a local bagel crawl. “They've got great bagels, good texture and nice selection,” she said.