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Haber Mar 9, 2008 05:37 PM

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    Haber Mar 9, 2008 05:38 PM

    oops...

    anyway

    Gertel's closed on the LES in NYC a while ago (RIP...) and I know they deliver their challahs to 72nd St. Bagel on the westside, but does anyone know if they deliver to a neighborhood bakery or market on the upper east side??

    I can't justify paying $9 for a challah at Eli's!!

    Thanks!

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      lilsysweety Mar 9, 2008 06:04 PM

      I don't know about Gertel's, but you can get a Beigel's challlah at C-town (92nd & 2nd Ave) for about $2.99.

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        bigredesq Mar 10, 2008 06:42 AM

        I think they deliver to Park East Butcher on 84th and 2nd - if not, just ask the owner (Murray) about ordering from Gertel's. He is very accomodating.

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          KosherChef Mar 11, 2008 03:51 PM

          Gertels supplies all the pastries and challahs for Avi and Davids on 3rd ave b/t 61 and 62

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          Haber Mar 10, 2008 10:48 AM

          Thanks so much!

          I've been avoiding Park East b/c it's a hassle w/ my kid's stroller, but I can swing by there w/o it. i'll check out c-town too... fairway has beigel's, we used to get them when we lived on the UWS.

          Thanks for the tips everyone!

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            whitewater Mar 11, 2008 10:38 AM

            If you're willing to eat a mass produced challah, check out Jack's 99 cent store on 32 bet 6th and 7th Ave.

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              latke Mar 12, 2008 08:29 AM

              Is the Challah 99 cents? What hechsher? What brand? Thanks!

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                whitewater Mar 12, 2008 02:18 PM

                Yes, it's 99 cents. Available usually Thursday afternoons. There are two hashgachot OU and a chassidish one. They same brand all has challah rolls, onion rolls, and the large sesame circles. Not the tastiest challah, but for 99 cents...also good for french toast.

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