Nearly 90 Years Later, Kossar’s Expands Its Bialy Operation

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There’s no finish of bagel shops throughout New York however for bialys, one identify stands out: Kossar’s Bagels & Bialys. It’s been a fixture on the Decrease East Facet since 1936, first as Mirsky and Kossar’s Bakery, then, as of 1953, simply Kossar’s. Now the corporate is branching into different neighborhoods, first with a retailer on the sting of Hudson Yards this week and on the Higher East Facet within the fall. The bialy, named for the city of Bialystok, Poland, isn’t ring-shaped like a bagel, however spherical and chewy with extra of an English muffin texture. They’re made with a central despair sometimes crammed with onions and, as of late, you-name-it, like all the pieces spices, olives and sun-dried tomatoes. The brand new retailer has no seating but in addition sells pletzels, a kind of onion and poppy seed flatbread; bagels; and bagel and bialy sandwiches.

Kossar’s Bagels & Bialys, 536 West thirtieth Avenue (Eleventh Avenue), 212-901-3593, kossars.com.

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