What is very disappointing about this place is its interior. So you can go now. I don't know how fresh the bagel was but I had to pull it from my teeth just to break it! I only go here out of convenience when I've run out of all other options, somehow convincing myself that this time will be different. I've passed this place a few times, seeing their happy hour sign for half off milkshakes from 3pm-6pm. My husband does whatever I ask him when I make them all hail these bagels forever. You know, when are drunk, they can easily get happy.
I know that he was the owner because an employee mentioned it. After all, this is the belief they craft their menu around. This place is a Gordon Ramsey level fixer-upper. I will not be getting food from this vendor anymore. Photo Credit: clipart Coca Café 3811 Butler St. Please just be honest next time.
Arrive early to beat the crowd and score made-from-scratch breakfast items and sandwiches. And you have taken my money. The bagels were fine but nothing special. Elegantly presented, mouthwatering, fresh ingredients and generous portions are just a taste of what you can expect. All my friends and customers are now junkies for dat bagel goodness.
Never wasting my money or a groupon on this place again. We wanted cans of soda but they were warm. I was mild-mannered with him and he made no effort to fix his wrong. If a person came in, got six bagels to go, and left, it might rank 3 stars. Corned beef was all fatty with soggy bread, turkey wrap had brown lettuce, and it was expensive for really crappy food and service.
Open 7 days a week, if you are in need of a bagel fix you are going to want to visit here. They need to invest in a portable credit card machine. A nice lady ring me up, took my cash and when right back to packing cookies with her hands. Garlic and sea salt with thier herb cream cheese is bomb. If I could give this no stars, I would give it no stars. The best part about it was the cream cheese itself. For that much money I can at least get a drink with my food at McDonalds.
Nothing extraordinary, but pretty filling. She didn't have to do that because I would have never known anyway. I'm in food service and I was highly grossed out. When it comes to searching for a great bagel, you are destined to come across quite a few dead ends, as well as, hit or misses. The website menu is super low resolution and so blurry it's unreadable. I only experienced 1 time a worse bagel! The sandwich was pretty average.
I am obsessed with Sundried Tomato bagel with the Cucumber and Cream Cheese. Inside the place, it seemed to be clean-ish. Feels unkempt and like a cave. I am really loving the Veg Out bagel sandwich. Immediately looking at it, I was shocked and refused to eat it. Right above where I assume some of the food was made. Now I'll be a frequent customer! That being said the everything bagel was delicious but I will probably not be back until they actually clean a bit.
. Basically I gave them 2 stars for flavor but my Jaw hurts from chewing. I would recommend if you absolutely must go here just getting a bagel and calling it a day. I never received the new Groupon he claimed would come, and when I went in to ask him about it, he said it was in the fine-print that the Groupon had to be used all at once. You can even make arrangements for catering and have its delicious fish platter of Nova lox delivered to wherever your event is.
I said no and left, noticing how small the bag was. Open 7 days a week. I hate to be dramatic, but I just threw it away because it was so bad. You get the lucky option of what bread you want and a pickle spear. The Bagel Factory is a restaurant located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at 420 South Craig Street. But it made me feel bad for walking in in the first place. The chocolate one wasn't that sweet compared to the regular strawberry shake.
I also saw a lady wearing basketball shorts in the kitchen. I got a multi-grain bagel toasted with cream cheese The good: the bagel itself was good! We checked out the menu and sounded good, so went to order. They also have a nice outdoor seating set up on Forbes- which is not typical on the street. They are open every day of the week. The shop is also really cute and has a nice vibe. Weekly you can find them serving up bagel sandwiches with their homemade cream cheese, lox, veggies, hummus, etc.