Urban Spoon Seattle
· comments  · 01-10-2007 · categories:seattle ·
// Jan 10, 2007 at 1:10 pm
I love this restuarant site, although the one thing I want is to find a decent bagel/deli place (THAT ISN’T NOAH’S). Coming from S. Florida, I’ve been spoiled with great Jewish deli’s and never had a problem finding them elsewhere (Atlanta, New York, Detroit) but I can’t find a single place here- even on this site. Ho hum!
// Jan 10, 2007 at 1:41 pm
Clearly I prefer Yelp.com.
Barrie – word on the street has it that Pike Place Bagel Bakery is good:
My favorite bagel place is The Bagel Deli up on 15th in Capitol Hill:
I could talk about restaurants all day long!
// Jan 11, 2007 at 1:56 pm
Interesting that you said The Bagel Deli, MichelleBee. I went there because of a few recommendations and it was probably the worst bagel and cream cheese I’ve ever had. Not only that, but the 16 year old manning the counter asked me 10 times what I ordered, and I was the only one in there (at 9am which I thought was strange for a Saturday). No offense to your food taste or anything.
I’ll have to go to Pike Place, but I’m a bit skeptical.
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