If you’ve been on a Seinfeld kick lately, going to Noe Bagel for breakfast is as close as you can get to a full show immersion, short of encouraging your weird neighbor to stumble into you house at random times. This place looks completely frozen in 1998, from the yellowing menu boards to the neon lighting wrapped around the kitchen. Aside from normal bagels, they have mini ones that are good if you’re not that hungry - we like ours with NY lox.
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