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The food is very good especially the Brooklyn Bomber. It tends to get busy around noon which makes it take longer but it's never too bad. The prices are a bit higher than they should be. The guy who works the counter sits outside the...door to smoke on a few occasions which is annoying when he could easily go out back or to his car for that matter. You literally have to walk through smoke to enter the building.More
I eat regularly at this restaurant, as the food is healthy and tasty while inexpensive. Great choice of bagels and the food is fresh and flavorful. You generally get a bagel sandwich, with various makings (e.g., beef or chicken, etc., & of course the bagel,...cream cheese & lox) plus a generous helping of bagel chips along with a tasty cream cheese dip. I've seen cleaner places, though, and the booths are old and many have rips and tears. Clearly a favorite for many LSU students, probably because of the good food for reasonable cost.More
I always enjoy my bagel (Philly chicken on cajun bagel) This is a great place to eat lunch with some friends, co workers, family, or even solo:) The service is always friendly and super fast. One of my top 5 lunch picks for Baton Rouge...area.More
As a former New Yorker, the only thing that makes this fast food joint stand out from similar bagel places for me is the incredibly insensitively-named "Twin Towers" melted cheese. We stopped in while out shopping for the day because it was convenient. Food was...fine, service was pleasant, but lacking in attentions to details. We ate there, and despite the fact that there were a total of four customers while we were there -- and we were two of them -- all of the tables were dirty and the trash can was full. Bagels were fresh; good selection, including a 1/2 sandwich and soup or salad option, as well as pizza bagels and breakfast bagels. We didn't care for the accompanying "toasted bagel chips" (sliced and toasted stale bagels) and cream cheese; we'll remember to get the potato chips next time. We would have this time, but were not asked which we'd prefer (there's that attention to detail again). We'll eat there again if we're in the neighborhood, but wouldn't make a special trip -- and won't be ordering the Twin Towers.More
Date of visit: October 2014
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