A couple of weeks ago I was in America for my birthday. I flew into JFK, picked up Mikey, and 2 hours later we were on another flight down to Miami, where I saw in my 32nd. It was bliss!
Of course I couldn’t go over to America without getting my fix of New York, so after 5 days in Miami we flew back up to New York where we chilled, shopped and ate our way around our favourite city.
Time flew by and before I knew it, our last day arrived. Now, you can’t possibly go over to New York without having a bagel – that would be madness. Like you can’t go over without looking up at the Empire State Building. But because NYLon Black Book is all about finding the best the city has to offer, my bagel hunt was no exception.
I was loosing hope, until, as if by some wonderful twist of fate, we turned the corner onto Elizabeth Street and spotted Black Seed. Somewhere etched in my mind, I must’ve read about Black Seed, because I locked eyes with it, was transfixed and drawn to it as if pulled by gravity. This is the place, I thought, this is the place where great bagels are made.
I wasn’t wrong. These folks know their stuff. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Black Seed to all!
Check out how they make their amazing bagels here:
Visit Black Seed at 170 Elizabeth St, New York, NY 10012